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September 9, 2015

Fall 2015 semester programs and activities

Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
Newly renovated architecture studio spaces at Columbia University’s Avery Hall. Renderings: Christoph Kumpusch.

Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) is announcing a full schedule of free programs for students, alumni, and the public throughout the 2015 Fall Semester. Events include regular Monday evening lectures by international practitioners and scholars, symposia and conferences on critical topics with an emphasis on the environment, as well as exhibitions, book releases, and a collaboration with the Chicago Architecture Biennial.

Fall 2015 highlights include:

Kersten Geers & David Van Severen, OFFICE
September 14, 6:30pm
Lecture with response by Dean Amale Andraos

Information Fall-Out: Buckminster Fuller’s World Game
September 18–October 24
Exhibition at Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery with accompanying symposium on September 18, 2pm

GSAPP in Chicago 
October 1–2
Contributions to the Chicago Architecture Biennial by the Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery, the Avery Review, Columbia Books on Architecture and the City, and the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture.

Jeanne Gang
October 12, 6:30pm
Lecture with response by Hilary Sample

Bijoy Jain, Studio Mumbai
November 9, 6:30pm
The Kenneth Frampton Endowment Lecture, with response by Kenneth Frampton

“Climate Change and the Scales of Environment”
December 4, 10am
Symposium with Amale Andraos, Daniel Barber, Deborah Coen, Heather Davis, Michael Gerrard, Reinier de Graaf, Radley Horton, Jesse Keenan, Laura Kurgan, Adrian Lahoud, Reinhold Martin, Gregg Mitman, Kate Orff, Christian Parenti, Saskia Sassen, Emily Eliza Scott, Richard Seager, Adam Sobel, Neyran Turan, Mark Wasiuta, and Eyal Weizman. Keynote address by Dipesh Chakrabarty.

The complete program schedule is available at the GSAPP website.
Recently issued publications by Columbia Books on Architecture and the City can be found at www.arch.columbia.edu.

 

Columbia University GSAPP fall 2015 semester programs and activities

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