Architectural critic and PennDesign Meyerson Professor of Urbanism Witold Rybczynski will join architect, urban planner, educator, theorist, and author Moshe Safdie in conversation about Safdie's body of work and philosophy.
Wednesday, April 4 URBTRANS MEETING: VUKAN VUCHIC NOON, Meyerson B3
Contact Liza (elco@design) or Chris (diprima@design) with questions.
Tuesday, April 10 PHILIPPE RAHM 6:30PM, Meyerson Lower Gallery Sponsor: Ewing Cole
Rahm is Principal of Philippe Rahm Architects, based in Paris, France. His work, which extends the field of architecture from the physiological to the meteorological, has received an international audience in the context of sustainability.
Fixler has guided the restoration and renovation of numerous significant landmark facilities for government and higher education clients around the country. He is the Principal, Design + Preservation, EYP/AE Inc.
PennDesign is pleased to announce Peter Greenaway, made possible bythe Emily and Jerry Spiegel Fund to support Contemporary Culture and Visual Arts. The project takes the form of a city-wide collaborative installation on the occasion of the film director's visit to Philadelphia in April 2012, and has been organized in partnership with Slought Foundation and the Cinema Studies and Fine Arts Programs at Penn. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
Through April 20 CHAI-NA/CHINA SIGNS 1-6PM, Thurs-Sat, Slought Foundation, 4017 Walnut Street, Philadelphia
Slought Foundation and the Department of Fine Arts at PennDesign are pleased to announce Chai-na/China Signs, featuring artists Huang Rui and Ko Siu Lan. An installation featuring documentation of performance works by the artists, will be on display at Slought Foundation from March 16 through April 20.
Public Service Announcements
Financial Aid News Continuing students should be aware that next year, the $8,500 subsidized portion of the Federal Direct Loan will no longer be subsidized by the Federal government. Instead, it will be added to the unsubsidized portion of $12,500, making the total $20,500 Federal Direct Loan unsubsidized.
Evan Litvin & Lea Oxenhandler, M.Arch'12 and Penn Law students Aaron Tjoa and Sarah Besnof have been chosen as finalists in the Fels Pubic Policy Challenge!
The Fine Arts Spring Ceramics Sale is April 18-19, 10am – 430pm on Locust Walk at 36th Street. 30% of the proceeds support a Clay Scholarship for UPenn students/70% go to the artist (UPenn students, faculty and staff).