The Harvard Graduate School of Design is pleased to announce its Fall 2017 program of lectures, conferences, and symposia, which began last Thursday, August 31 with a talk by artist Luisa Lambri, in conversation with architect Mark Lee, co-artistic director of the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial. The Fall 2017 program continues this Tuesday, September 5 with Tomas Koolhaas and the US premiere of his documentary, Rem.
On Thursday, September 14, the school will be presenting a symposium entitled “New Materialisms: Histories Make Practice | Practices Make History” as part of the Chicago Architecture Biennial.
Other events on the GSD’s fall 2017 schedule include:
A lecture by the GSD’s Rahul Mehrotra celebrating the opening of his GSD exhibition, Soft Thresholds, on Wednesday, September 6. The exhibition and lecture will survey the work of Mehrotra’s firm, RMA Architects, and the compulsive drive of the practice to construct soft thresholds—through research, engagement with the city, and making of architecture.
On Tuesday, September 12, Iwan Baan discusses his documentation of John Portman, in parallel to an exhibition of Baan’s work on view at the GSD this fall
Architect Simon Allford on Monday, September 18
Architects Clare Lyster and Mason White, in conversation with the GSD’s Charles Waldheim, on Tuesday, October 3
Landscape architect Teresa Moller on Thursday, October 5
A symposium on I. M. Pei on Thursday and Friday, October 12 and 13, the first of two symposia on Pei that the School is planning for fall 2017
Artist Liam Gillick on Monday, October 16
Social theorist Richard Sennett on Tuesday, October 17
Architect Odile Decq on Thursday, October 26
Architects Anna Neimark and Andrew Atwood on Monday, October 30
Landscape architect Toru Mitani presenting the annual Daniel Urban Kiley Lecture on Tuesday, October 31, in parallel with a concurrent exhibition of his work at the School this fall
Architect and designer Patricia Urquiola on Thursday, November 2
Architect Malkit Shoshan on Monday, November 6, introducing a concurrent exhibition of work by Shoshan and her architectural think tank FAST (Foundation for Achieving Seamless Territory)
Architect Michelle Chang on Tuesday, November 7, and the GSD’s Jorge Silvetti reflecting on the legacy of the late Eduard Sekler later that day
Architect Erik L’Heureux, winner of the GSD’s 2015 Wheelwright Prize, on Thursday, November 9, with a discussion of his two years of Wheelwright Prize travel and research
Artist James Welling on Monday, November 13
Architectural researcher Ronald Rael on Tuesday, November 14
Landscape theorist Michael Jakob on Thursday, November 16
Design innovator Harry West on Monday, November 27
Architect Junya Ishigami on Wednesday, November 29
The GSD’s fall 2017 program schedule will be posted in full at gsd.harvard.edu/events in the coming weeks.
All events, with the exception of the Chicago Architecture Biennial symposium, are held at the GSD’s Gund Hall on Harvard’s campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts (48 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138). Unless otherwise noted, all are free and open to the public and are recorded and posted to the School’s YouTube channel.
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