Stuckeman School lecture series goes virtual for fall 2020


UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – The Penn State Stuckeman School is moving its fall lecture programming to the virtual environment for the fall semester 2020.

The program, which begins at 3:30 p.m. on August 25, includes:

  • Pia simmendinger, an architect and artist based in Zürich who is this year guest architect Corbelletti Design Charrette, short author and guest juror.
  • Juanca Cristaldo, co-founder of the Center for Research, Development and Innovation of the School of Architecture, Design and Art of the National University of Asunción.
  • Meredith davis, former director of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, the Graphic Design Education Association, and the American Center for Design.
  • Molly Oberholtzer, experienced designer at denkwerk.
  • Jenny sabin, architectural designer and Arthur L. and Isabel B. Wiesenberger professor of architecture at Cornell University.
  • Marc Jarzombek, professor of history and theory of architecture at MIT
  • Lukas fuster, an architectural firm based in Asunción, Paraguay, specializing in town planning.
  • Victoria gerson, a Brazilian-American graphic designer.

A full program with the dates and times of each conference can be found here. The series is, as always, free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required; the links will be available here in the week leading up to each conference.

Stuckeman School will not be hosting guest exhibitions for at least the fall semester.

The spring 2021 conference schedule is tentative and will be finalized later this fall.


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