Free and open to the public
The Boston area is blessed with six different architecture schools—all accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) and all with the aim to prepare their students for architectural practice. However, each has their own philosophy of architectural education and their own view of what lies beyond schooling.
Join a roundtable of representatives from each of the six schools for a lively and eye-opening discussion on diverse approaches to teaching architects-to-be and imagining the future of architecture. This event will not focus solely on education, but will foster a dialogue between practitioners and educators about the relationship of architectural education to the profession.
David Eisen FAIA
Abacus Architects + Planners
Glen LeRoy FAIA
Boston Architectural College
K. Michael Hays
Eliot Noyes Professor of Architecture; associate dean of Academic Affairs; interim chair, Department of Architecture
Harvard Graduate School of Design
chair, Department of Architectural Design
Massachusetts College of Art and Design
coordinator, Undergraduate Initiatives; manager, Special Projects
MIT School of Architecture and Planning
Tim Love FAIA
associate professor, School of Architecture
Northeastern University College of Arts, Media and Design
Sharon Matthews AIA
interim department chair, Department of Architecture
Wentworth Institute of Technology College of Architecture, Design and Construction Management.
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