Tigerman Exhibition and Lecture Kick Off Fall Series of Free Architecture Events
The following is a schedule of free and public events at the Yale School of Architecture this fall. All events take place in Hastings Hall, the auditorium of Paul Rudolph Hall, 180 York Street. Lectures and film screening begin at 6:30 p.m.
The Architecture of Stanley Tigerman
August 25 • Lecture, Stanley Tigerman
This lecture opens the exhibition “Ceci n’est pas une rêverie: The Architecture of Stanley Tigerman,” which will be on display in the Gallery of Paul Rudolph Hall until November 4.
August 29 • Lecture, Geoffrey Shearcroft, Daisy Froud, Tom Coward, and Vincent Lacovara
“Sampling and Synthesizing”
The lecturers, Louis I. Kahn Visiting Assistant Professors at Yale School of Architecture, are principals of the London-based firm AOC—Agents of Change.
September 1 • Lecture, Emmanuel Petit
“Scaffolds of Heaven: On Tigerman”
Petit, associate professor at Yale School of Architecture, is curator of the exhibition “Ceci n’est pas une rêverie: The Architecture of Stanley Tigerman.”
September 8 • Grafton Lecture, Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara
“Architecture as the New Geography”
The lecturers are Louis I. Kahn Visiting Professors at Yale School of Architecture
October 20 • Brendan Gill Lecture, Joel Kotkin
“The American Landscape in 2050”
Kotkin is a renowned authority on global, political economic, and social trends and author of “The Next Hundred Million: America in 2050”
October 27 • Film Screening, Noel Murphy Productions
“The Last Dymaxion: Buckminster Fuller’s Dream Restored”
November 3 • Open House Lecture, David Chipperfield
Title to be announced
The lecturer is a principal of the international London-based firm David Chipperfield Architects, and is the Lord Norman Foster Visiting Professor in Architecture at Yale
November 4–5 • Symposium
“Catastrophe and Consequence: The Campaign for Safe Building”
A schedule for the symposium will be announced in a separate release.
November 10 • Lecture, Keith Krumwiede
Krumwiede is an assistant professor and assistant dean at Yale School of Architecture
November 17 • Brendan Gill Lecture, Kenneth Frampton
“Gwathmey Siegel: Form and Counterform”
The lecture coincides with the exhibition, “Gwathmey Siegel: Inspiration and Transformation,” which will open at the Gallery of Paul Rudolph Hall on November 14 and be on display through January 28, 2012. Details of this exhibition will be announced in a separate release.
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