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Architecture & Race: A Panel Discussion

Arch and Race
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    Free and open to the public

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    1 LU AIA credit available.

Architecture, as a discipline and as a practice has an opportunity to take corrective action against a historic absence and silence of race and identity within the discourse. Conversations around these topics remain largely unexplored in schools. This panel discussion brings together innovators and teachers to discuss ways to radically transform institutions and the conceptions of power within the discipline of architecture. A Q&A will follow the discussion.


Yolande Daniels, Associate Professor, MIT

Jasminka Udovicki, Ph.D, Professor of Liberal Arts, MassArt

Laura Schmidt, Adjunct Professor, Wentworth Institute of Technology

Matthew Akira Okazaki, Assistant Teaching Professor, Northeastern University


Danyson Tavares Assoc. AIA, Adjunct Instructor, Wentworth Institute of Technology

(This event was originally part of our Summer Series, and was rescheduled from an earlier date.)