MAS Context 2019 Spring Talks

The Arsenal of Inclusion and Exclusion. © Courtesy of Interboro.

 

We are happy to share the three talks that we have organized as part of our MAS Context 2019 Spring Talks series. We are also excited to share the documentation of our first event of the series, Geometry of Light, that took place in Barcelona in February. 

We want to thank the Society of Architectural Historians and Ross Barney Architects for hosting the talks, and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe for co-organizing Geometry of Light with MAS Context.

We also want to thank the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Bosch Power Tools – North America, Chuck Thurow, and many of you who make our programs possible.

Looking forward to seeing you this spring!

 

Thursday, April 9 – (INFO/RSVP)
Lecture by Verity-Jane Keefe
“Operating Between the Cracks: Dagenham to Detroit, post-Ford Landscapes”
Hosted by the Society of Architectural Historians

 

Thursday, April 25 – (INFO/RSVP)
Lecture by Despina Stratigakos
Unconscious Bias in Architecture: Why Don’t Architects Wear Pink?
Hosted by Ross Barney Architects

 

Tuesday, May 14 – (INFO/RSVP)
Lecture and book launch by Tobias Armborst
“The Arsenal of Exclusion & Inclusion”
Hosted by the Society of Architectural Historians

 

RECAP – (INFO)
Project by Luftwerk in collaboration with Iker Gil
“Geometry of Light”
Co-organize by the Fundació Mies van der Rohe and MAS Context

 

All the talks are open to the public. MAS Context is supported in part by private donations. For information about how to support MAS Context, please visit: www.mascontext.com/support



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