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Through December 13 – Hometown Maps For the first time, School of Architecture undergraduate student work will be featured in the Richter Library Learning Commons; works by four current UMSoA students will be featured along with archived Hometown Maps. Read More.

Through Dec. 7 – 7 Latin American Architects On The Road This exhibition showcases the beautiful models of seven key buildings in Latin America that were commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art and created by UMSoA students and faculty. They were included in the MoMA exhibition Latin America in Construction: 1955-1980, which ran from March through July, 2015. Read more.

Past Events

November 18 – Alpha Rho Chi Silent Auction The UMSoA chapter of Alpha Rho Chi is hosting a silent auction and fundraiser. They are going to auction both student and faculty work, as well as other donated items. 7 pm to 9 pm, Korach Gallery.

November 11 – Petra Liebl-Osborne Petra Liebl-Osborne will discuss “Art and Art Basel” at 12:15 in the Rinker Classroom. Her talk will discuss the intersection of art and architecture and place Art Basel in the context of Contemporary Art. Part of the High Noon lecture series. Students will also have the chance to sign up for a trip to the Miami Beach Convention Center to go to Art Basel on Friday, December 4.

November 6 – Homecoming BBQ Annual Homecoming BBQ will take place from 5 pm to 7 pm, Friday, November 6 in the SoA Courtyard. $40 per person. See the story online for more details.

November 4 – Steven Brooke UMSoA Professor and noted architectural photographer Steven Brooke will speak on “Rome and the View Painters: A History of the Depiction of the Eternal City” at 12:15 in the Rinker Classroom. Part of the High Noon lecture series.

October 28 – Eric Goldemberg FIU CARTA professpr Eric Goldemberg will speak at 12:15 in the Rinker Classroom. Part of the High Noon lecture series.

October 19 – Chad Oppenheim Noted Miami architect Chad Oppenheim will speak as part of the UMSoA Currents lecture series. 6:30 pm, Glasgow Hall.

October 16 – Design Thinking Colloquium Learn and test the basic principles of design thinking with leaders in the field, including David Ruthven of Philips Design. Glasgow Hall, 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sponsored by the University of Miami School of Architecture, Center for Computational Science, Center for Health Sector Management and Policy, School of Business Administration and School of Communication, as well as the Miami Chapter of American Institute of Architects and the Miami Center for Architecture and Design.

October 7 – Jeff Huber FAU Assistant Professor of Architecture Jeff Huber will speak on Botanizing the City: Integrating Urban Design and Ecological Services. Part of the High Noon lecture series. Rinker Classroom, 12:15 pm.

September 30 – Alastair Gordon Noted architecture critic and author Gordon will provide an overview of the current state and future of architecture in Miami. Part of the Tecnoglass Lecture Series. 6:30 pm, Glasgow Hall

September 26 – Resilience Colloquium and Workshop Join academic and community leaders as they discuss the policies and programs related to the impacts of climate change along the eastern and Gulf coasts of the U.S. The Colloquium will focus on systems of hydrology and plant ecology to provide a foundation for developing strategies for urban resilience. Glasgow Hall, 9 am to 12:30 pm. In collaboration with the Nature Conservancy, Miami Waterkeeper, AIA Miami

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