Mon, Feb 14: Roger Riewe (Riegler Riewe Architect Ptyltd., Gratz, Austria), Conditions and openness
Mon, Feb 21: Albert Pfeiffer, AIA (Vice President of Design Management and Curator, Knoll Museum), Arne Jakobsen and modern design
Mon, Feb 28: Peter Eisenman (Eisenman Architects, New York, NY), Some thoughts on the new sensibility: the bifurcation of American culture
Mon, Mar 27: Architecture Research Office (Steve Cassel, Adam Yarinsky, Partners, New York, NY), Recent projects
Mon, Apr 3: Bernhard Hafner (Visiting critic in graduate options studio, Gratz, Austria), Form, construction, air, light, and material: general aspects and recent work
[The 2000 lecture series is made possible in part by a generous grant from the Newark and Suburban Chapter of the AIA. The spring lecture series is registered with the AIA Continuing Education System (AIA/CES) and offers learning units reported directly to the AIA/CES. Roger Riewe sponsored by the Austrian Cultural Institute.]
LECTURE: Amiri Baraka will speak on the rebirth of Newark's Arts District. Thursday, February 10, 6 pm, Weston Lecture Hall I. Sponsored by the Architecture Student Union, the Newark Review, and NOMAS. (Professors Tony Schuman and Sandy Moore's architecture studio this spring 2000 sememster is focused on revitalization of the arts district around Lincoln Park in Newark.) To learn more about Baraka and this talk, click here.