SCI-Arc Announces Fall 2018 Public Lectures and Exhibitions

Los Angeles, CA (August 16, 2018) – SCI-Arc is pleased to announce its fall 2018 series of public events. SCI-Arc public lectures this coming fall will introduce speakers from a broad cross-section of today’s most exciting architects, artists, philosophers and theorists including Gretchen Wilkins, Bruce Sterling, Winka Dubbeldam, Marrikka Trotter and Michael Meredith, among others. The SCI-Arc Cinema Series kicks off with Fight Club featuring special guest Alex McDowell.

The lecture series is complemented by several exhibitions including the 2018 Selected Thesis Exhibition which will feature Gehry Prize winning thesis alongside a selection of best graduate thesis projects. And Mira Henry presents Rough Coat, an installation specifically commissioned for the SCI-Arc Gallery.

Admission to SCI-Arc-hosted public events and exhibitions is always free and open to the public.

  • September 14 Selected Thesis Exhibition Opening Reception
  • September 19 Alisa Andrasek Lecture
  • September 26 Bruce Sterling Lecture
  • October 2 Fight Club (1999) with guest Alex McDowell Cinema Series 1
  • October 3 Michael Meredith Lecture
  • October 10 Winka Dubbeldam Lecture
  • October 12 Marrikka Trotter Faculty Talk
  • October 16 Silvio Pietro Angori Lecture
  • October 19 Mira Henry: Rough Coat Exhibition Opening Reception
  • October 24 Gretchen Wilkins Lecture
  • November 6 Mi Vida Loca (1993) with guest Allison Anders Cinema Series 2
  • November 7 Aurelie Hachez Lecture
  • November 14 Inderpaul Johar Lecture
  • November 16 Damjan Jovanovic Faculty Talk
  • November 28 John Hoke Lecture
  • December 4 Lawrence of Belgravia (2011) with guest Lawrence Cinema Series 3
  • December 5 Gilles Retsin Lecture

Visit for more information about upcoming lectures. All events begin at 7pm unless otherwise noted. Lectures take place in the W. M. Keck Lecture Hall and are broadcast on SCI-Arc’s Facebook page. Gallery opening receptions are held in the SCI-Arc Gallery and Kappe Library Gallery spaces.