CDes events this week -- March 7, 2011


School of Architecture Catalyst Lecture Series
Monday, March 7 - Friday, March 11, 2011

Tuesday, March 8, 2011, 11 am, 100 Murphy Hall
When the Unimaginable Becomes the Routine: How ICT's Enable Resilience in Environmental Crises
Gloria Mark, Department of Informatics, University of California, Irvine

Tuesday, March 8, 2011, 5 pm, 100 Rapson Hall
Efficient and Causeless Solutions in the History of Stereotomy
Enrique Rabasa-Diaz, Polytechnic University of Madrid

Wednesday, March 9, 2011, 5 pm, 100 Rapson Hall
Local and International Urban Design: 10 Principles of Public Spaces
John Cuningham, Cuningham Group, Minneapolis

Thursday, March 10, 2011, 5 pm, 100 Rapson Hall
Lighting Design on a World Stage and Emerging Trends in Daylighting
Bryan Stacey, ARUP, New York

Friday, March 11, 2011, 2 pm, 100 Rapson Hall
Advanced Digital Model and Digital Fabrication
Gil Akos and Ronnie Parsons, Studio Mode, New York


ALA Library (Rapson Hall)

Layering Time and Motion: Paintings and Installation by Joonja Lee Mornes
through April 29, 2011
"...the allusive nature of her well-crafted meditations [are] able to effortlessly shrink and expand scale, radiate and absorb light, and mark and move time." -Garth Rockcastle

HGA Gallery (Rapson Hall)

small architecture BIG LANDSCAPES
through March 6, 2011
One billion leftover people - typically called squatters or self-builders or homeless (it's a big category) - claim leftover spaces in cities and live in unauthorized dwellings made of scavenged, leftover materials. Each of the works in this show is a beginning point for rethinking our attitudes about who and what we typically see as having no value while suggesting that our leftover human beings, building materials, and spaces can be seen--must be seen--as someone or something with potential. Curated by Wes Janz, professor of architecture at Ball State University and founder,

Goldstein Museum of Design (McNeal Hall)

Smart House, Livable Community, Your Future
through May 23, 2011
Where do you want to live when you grow older? For many people the answer is "at home." This exhibition explores the housing trend of aging in place by developing products and adaptive technologies that allow people to stay in their homes. Curated by Marilyn Bruin (Housing Studies) and graduate student Jodene Riha. Made possible by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Questions? Contact Laura Walton at 612-626-6385 or