Spring 2019 Lecture Series & Events


Lectures & Conferences

February 7th, 6pm
Fosbury Architecture
Betts Auditorium

February 28th, 6pm
Oana Stănescu, Founder OS Studio, Design Critic Harvard GSD & Architectural Association London UK
Betts Auditorium

March 4th, 6pm
Marcel Breuer: Building Global Institutions Roundtable
Barry Bergdoll, Jonathan Massey with Lucia Allais, Guy Nordenson
Betts Auditorium

March 28th, 6pm
Norma Merrick Sklarek: Redefining Public
WDA keynote lecture from Michelle Joan Wilkinson, PhD, Museum Curator, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of African American History and Culture

March 29th, 10am
Norma Merrick Sklarek: Redefining Public
Women in Design and Architecture (WDA) Conference

April 1st, 6pm
Annette M. Kim, Associate Professor and Director of Spatial Analysis Lab (SLAB), University of Southern California
Betts Auditorium

April 4th, 6pm
The Kassler Lecture: Jeanne Gang, Founding Principal, Studio Gang
Betts Auditorium

April 8th, 6pm
Jesse Reiser, Professor, Princeton University School of Architecture, and Principal, Reiser + Umemoto RUR Architecture,
in conversation with Edward Eigen, Senior Lecturer in the History of Landscape and Architecture, Harvard GSD
Betts Auditorium

April 15th, 6pm
Rafael Moneo, Architect and Professor Emeritus, Harvard GSD
Betts Auditorium

April 18th, 6pm
Michael Maltzan, Design Principal, Michael Maltzan Architecture
Betts Auditorium

April 25th, 6pm
Amanda Levete, Principal, AL_A (Cancelled / Postponed)
Betts Auditorium

April 29th, 6pm
Henry N. Cobb, FAIA, Founding Partner, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners,
in coversation with Thom Mayne, Founding Principal, Morphosis
Betts Auditorium

February 4th through March 15th
VAULTS BEDS GARDENS: Public Hedonics and Alternative Publicness
North Gallery

March 25th through May 3rd
Recurrent Visions: The Architecture of Marshall Brown Projects
North Gallery

April 5th through April 26th
Post-Professional Thesis Student Exhibition
40 Wooster Street, New York

Urban Agent Boot Camps
March 1st
Radical Cartography with Philippe Rekacewicz

March 8th
Storytelling for Influence with Second City

April 26th
Urban Exploration with Helene Koch
Urban Agent Boot Camps are open only to Princeton University students and faculty.

BIM Incubator
April 11th, 6:30pm
Opening Event and Roundtable
Betts Auditorium

April 12th, 9:00am-6:00pm
Workshops and Symposia
Betts Auditorium

April 13th, 9:00am-7:00pm
Workshops, Symposia, and Performances
Architecture Laboratory and Embodied Computation Lab

Pidgin 25
Pidgin Celebrates Issue 25 on April 25, 6:00pm
South Gallery

Events made possible by the Jean Labatut Memorial Lecture Fund and the Kenneth Kassler Memorial Lecture Fund. The Reading Matters Project is a collaboration between the Department of Comparative Literature and School of Architecture at Princeton University. The School of Architecture, Princeton University, is registered with the AIA Continuing Education System (AIA/CES) and is committed to developing quality learning activities in accordance with the AIA/CES criteria.