- June 22nd
- 11:00 AM
Our common cause as architects and designers is to imagine how things ‘might be’, to consider where we are and how we got here, and to chart a path to where we want to be—in other words, to make work that matters. Join leading voices in architecture and design education as they reflect on the question: If a just future is our goal then what matters now in architecture and design education?
Respondents include Prasad Boradker (ASU / Google ATAP), Joseph Grima (Design Academy Eindhoven), Lily Huang (Central Academy of Fine Arts, Marcia Lausen (the University of Illinois at Chicago), Jesse LeCavalier (University of Toronto), Lesley Lokko (City College of New York), Ana Miljacki (MIT), Lisa Norton (New School/Parsons), Ramon Tejada (RISD) and others.
This event will be moderated by Keith Krumwiede, Dean of Architecture and Helen Maria Nugent, Dean of Design at California College of the Arts.