1. O'Donnell+Tuomey - PSU PLACING LECTURE SERIES 2012-2013


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    O'Donnell + Tuomey Architects is a seven-time winner of the AAI Downes Medal for Excellence in Architectural Design, recipient of the RIAI Gold Medal, the highest award in Irish architecture. Their uniquely contextual, materially rich and exquisitely crafted work has been shortlisted for major European awards including the Stirling Prize, the Mies van der Rohe Award, the Lubetkin Prize and the Palladio Prize.

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    • Brian Bress Lecture at Portland State University - Nov. 28, 2012


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      Brian Bress lecture at Portland State University on Nov. 28, 2012. Part of the PSU MFA Visiting Artist Lecture Series. Sponsored by Utrecht Art Supplies and PICA.

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      • Fuensanta Nieto + Enrique Sobejano - PSU PLACING LECTURE SERIES 2012-2013 - School of Architecture - 3/1/13


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        Based in Madrid and Berlin, Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos is known for projects that marry a contemporary architectural language with traditional settings and historic structures. Their work includes the Madinat al Zahra Museum in Córdoba - recipient of a 2010 Aga Kahn Award - and extensions to the Joanneum Museum in Graz, San Telmo Museum in San Sebastian and Moritzburg Museum in Halle. In addition to practicing architecture, they teach at the European University of Madrid and at the Universität der Künste of Berlin.

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        • Tim Ingold - PSU PLACING LECTURE SERIES 2012-2013 - School of Architecture - 3/1/13


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          Tim Ingold is a preeminent anthropologist, Chair of Social Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen. Fellow of the British Academy and the Royal Society of Edinburgh and author of numerous books on anthropology. Taking an unconventional view of his discipline. Professor Ingold tries to bring the "4 A's" [anthropology, architecture, archaeology, and art] together, looking at the ways in which environments are perceived, shaped, and understood.

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          • Jeremy Till - PSU Department of Architecture FIRSTS Lecture Series


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            Jeremy Till Dean of the School of Architecture and the Built Environment University of Westminster, London, UK Jeremy Till has pursued a dual life as an architect and an educator. Till curated the British Pavilion at the 2006 Venice Architecture Biennale and is the only person to be twice awarded the RIBA President's Award for Research. He is the author of Architecture Depends (2009), a series of polemics and reflections that call attention to the gap between what architecture actually is - contingent on many outside forces - and what architects seem to want it to be - autonomous and pure. As Till succinctly puts it: "Architecture, in all its dependency, has to remain open."

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            • Nanotechnology Implications Initiative Conference 2012


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              The Nanotechnology Initiative is a multidisciplinary investigation into the societal, ethical, and legal implications of nanotechnology. Everyone is welcome to contribute to our Wiki located here: http://mycompwiki.com/index.php?title=Implications_Initiative

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              • Steve Kurtz of Critical Art Ensemble Lecture at Portland State University, Mar. 14, 2013


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                Steve Kurtz of Critical Art Ensemble lecture at Portland State University, Mar. 14, 2013. Part of the PSU MFA Studio Practice Lecture Series. Sponsored by Utrecht and PICA. Special thanks to Cara Tomlinson and The Philip Feldman Gallery.

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                • Dan Wood - NATURE-CITY - PSU PLACING LECTURE SERIES 2012-2013


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                  Dan Wood is principal and co-founder of WORKac, a New York City - based firm developing architectural and urban planning projects that engage issues of culture and consciousness, nature and artifice, surrealism and pragmatism. The firm's practice extends from the United States, to Russia, and China, and its buildings and projects have been published internationally. WORKac has recieved numerous awards including several AIA merit awards and the 2010 New York Design Commission award.

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                  • Deborah Stratman


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                    Deborah Stratman is a Chicago-based artist and filmmaker interested in landscapes and systems. Her films, rather than telling stories, pose a series of problems - and through their at times ambiguous nature, allow for a complicated reading of the questions being asked. She has exhibited internationally at venues including the Whitney Biennial, MoMA, the Pompidou, Hammer Museum and many international film festivals including Sundance, the Viennale, Ann Arbor and Rotterdam. She is the recipient of Fulbright and Guggenheim fellowships and she currently teaches at the University of Illinois at Chicago. http://www.pythagorasfilm.com/

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