The SCI-Arc Gallery is open daily, 10am-6pm.
FRIDAY, APRIL 22SCI-Arc hosts a special exhibition of select undergraduate thesis projects—a culmination of five years of study and coursework leading toward the B.Arch degree—as well as exceptional undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate design studio projects, on view to the public throughout the school. Outstanding student work from applied, cultural and visual studies classes will also be displayed as part of the Spring Show exhibition.
10am-7pm: UNDERGRADUATE THESIS
SCI-Arc undergraduate thesis presentations and reviews will take place throughout the school. Thesis projects on review represent a culmination of five years of study and coursework leading toward the B.Arch degree. Panel reviewers include guest architects and theorists such as Peter Cook, Jeffrey Kipnis, Thom Mayne, Neil Denari and Hitoshi Abe, as well as SCI-Arc directors and faculty members Eric Owen Moss, Hsinming Fung, Hernan Diaz-Alonso, John Enright, Jason Payne, among others.
7-9pm: ¡Disco Callado!
The Undergraduate Thesis & Spring Show opening reception is complemented by a special event, ¡Disco Callado!, hosted by Barbara Bestor Architecture in conjunction with the “Silent Disco” exhibition on view in the SCI-Arc Gallery.
April 22-May 15, 2011: SPRING SHOW
SCI-Arc's sixth annual Spring Show, which features student work from all school programs, will open Friday, April 22, with a public reception from 7 to 9 pm. Undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate design studio projects, as well coursework from the applied, cultural, and visual studies seminars, will be installed throughout the school for the exhibition and will be on view for the public through May 15, 2011.