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The EwingCole Lecture: Georgina Huljich
Meyerson Hall, 210 South 34th Street, Lower Gallery
Georgina Huljich is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at UCLA Architecture and Urban Design and an alumni of the M.Arch.I program, having graduated with distinction in 2003. She has been a Visiting Professor at the Weitzman School, Yale, UC Berkeley, TIT in Tokyo, and Di Tella University in Buenos Aires. She has been a member of the Board for CAP UCLA since 2015 and has served on National Juries for the Rome Prize and AIA Awards. She is the recipient of many awards, the most notable being the prestigious US Artists Fellowship in 2013; an endowment that recognizes America’s most accomplished and innovative artists.
Huljich is Director of P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S, together with Marcelo Spina. P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S has gained international recognition as one of the most intriguing and progressive firms working in architecture today, with completed projects in the U.S., South America and Asia. Their work has been exhibited worldwide, most notably at the Venice Biennale in Italy, The Chicago Biennial, the Art Institute of Chicago, The San Francisco MOMA, The Vienna MAK Museum, where it is also part of the permanent collections.
Huljich has previously worked for the Guggenheim Museum, the architectural firm Dean/Wolf architects in New York, and as a project designer at Morphosis in Los Angeles. She was the 2005–06 Maybeck Fellow at UC Berkeley.
The EwingCole Lecture Fund was established in June 2002 to support the annual EwingCole Lecture, which provides the Weitzman School with the opportunity to invite distinguished architects to campus.
This event is free and open to the public. Reception to follow.