Working through architecture

Working through architecture is a lecture series presented by the School of Architecture and The Friends of the Minneapolis Public Library held at the Minneapolis Central Library (Pohlad Hall, 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis). The events are on Tuesday evenings, 7:00-8:30 p.m., and are free to the public.

February 5
Leon Satkowski, Professor
ANDREA PALLADIO: ARCHITECTURE AND AGRITECTURE

February 19
Ozayr Saloojee, Assistant Professor
SINAN: TRADITION IN TRANSFORMATION

February 26
Kate Solomonson, Associate Professor + Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, CDes
CASS GILBERT: RE-IMAGINING THE WESTERN LANDSCAPE

March 4
Leslie Van Duzer, Associate Professor
ADOLF LOOS READYMADE

March 11
John Comazzi, Assistant Professor
BALTHAZAR KORAB: ARCHITECT OF PHOTOGRAPHY

March 25
Julia Robinson, Professor
LUCIEN KROLL: ARCHITECTURE OF EMPOWERMENT & ECOLOGY

April 1
Gunter Dittmar, Associate Professor
PETER ZUMTHOR: ARCHITECTURE OF BEING, BUILDING AND DWELLING

April 8
Renée Cheng, Associate Professor + Head, School of Architecture
FRANK GEHRY: MODERN OR MEDIEVAL MASTER?

April 15
Thomas Fisher, Professor + Dean, College of Design
RALPH RAPSON: THE PLAYFUL MODERNIST

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