Driving Detroit: The Quest for Respect in the Motor City tries to uncover WHY Detroit is the way it is.
Bart Brands is the creative force behind many of the plans of Karres en Brands, and is unmatched in his ability to generate ideas and instill enthusiasm in clients and colleagues alike. Originally from the Netherlands, Paula Meijerink is a landscape architect and co-founder of WANTED landscape, associate professor of landscape architecture at OSU
This panel brings together experts who are actively studying those human sciences to discuss perspectives from their particular fields that are directly applicable to the built environment — in order to translate them into a cohesive science-based, human-centered perspective that can be applied in practice.
Low currently divides his time between architectural and product design, concept master plans, teaching architecture at University Malaya and providing design concept services to clients and other consultants. He still designs mailboxes.
The Arts Research Center is pleased to welcome Sabine Breitwieser, Chief Curator of Media and Performance Art at the Museum of Modern Art, for a week-long residency at UC Berkeley as a 2012 Regents Lecturer. Her visit kicked off on Sunday, April 15 in the galleries at the Berkeley Art Museum, where she and curator Constance Lewallen discussed the current exhibit “State of Mind: New California Art circa 1970.”
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While campus was calmer during the summer months, we have been hard at work planning a number of research projects, retreats, and public symposia for the upcoming academic year. Check out a preview of Fall events in the works so far.
September has already started off with a bang, and so much more is on the horizon. We welcomed our first group of ARC Allied Research Interns, including eleven undergrads who are working in our research groups on Art + Neighborhood, Art + Time, Art + STEM, and Art + University. Look for a list of names in the next issue of ARC News.
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