AAVS Post Industrial Landscape 5.0 comes to University of Texas at Arlington

Gearing up for another eventful school year this fall? Archinect’s Get Lectured is back in session. Get Lectured is an ongoing series where we feature a school’s lecture series—and their snazzy posters—for the current term. Check back frequently to keep track of any upcoming lectures you don’t want to miss. Mark those calendars!

Want to share your school’s lecture series? Send us your school’s lecture series poster and details to connect@archinect.com.

See what 2016-17 events are in store for the University of Texas at Arlington School of Architecture, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.

Sept 28
Burton Baldridge / Baldridge Architects, UT Austin School of Architecture

Oct 3
Dwayne Oyler / Oyler Wu Collaborative, SCI-Arc

Oct 26
reDefining the Relationship Panel Discussion
Norma Lehman (The Beck Group), Thad Reeves (A.GRUPPO), Brian Rex (South Dakota State U.)
moderated by Joshua Nason (UTA)

Nov 16
E.B. Min + Jeffrey L. Day / Min | Day, CCA – San Francisco, CA, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Feb 1
Gordon Gill / Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture

Feb 17
Xavier Vendrell / Acting Director, Rural Studio, Auburn University

Feb 18
Design + Build Symposium
Brent Brown (BC workshop), Emily Taylor (Tulane City Center), Xavier Vendrell (Rural Studio)
moderated by Bang Dang (UTA)
at 2:30 pm, DMA Horchow

Mar 1
Amale Andraos / WORKac, Dean of Columbia University GSAPP

Mar 10-20
AA Visiting School Workshop Post-Industrial Landscapes 5.0: Fabric(ated) Landscapes Ryan Manning (Heron-Mazy), Ben Warwas (Pasadena City College), Tobias Klein (AA, London) with lecture on March 20 at 4:00 pm, Room 204

Mar 10 – Apr 15
UTA SoA / SUPA Exhibition
A showcase of student work honoring the 50th Anniversary of the UT Arlington School of Architecture and School of Urban and Public Affairs

Apr 5
Frank Jacobus + Marc Manack / SILO AR+D; University of Arkansas, Fay Jones School of Architecture; University of North Carolina-Charlotte

Apr 28-29
David Dillon Symposium
Presented by the UT Arlington David Dillon Center for Texas Architecture, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, and the Dallas Morning News
at the Dallas Festival of Ideas