Unsupported Exhibition

"Unsupported" is a showcase of work by regional faculty members that attempts to approximate an image of youthful Midwestern Architecture.

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What If | with Elena Manferdini

Learn the importance of broadening your intellectual and critical understanding of the political role of architecture in society. During this lecture, Elena Manferdini, founder of award-winning Atelier Manferdini in Venice, California, will share the specific effectiveness of visual languages to formulate alternative realities.

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Establishing a Way of Working | POD A+D

Learn how to compare shared influencing factors on varying projects with Doug Pierson, founder of POD A+D, and co-founder Youn Choi. Pierson founded pod architecture + design in 2016 with his partner in work and life, Youn Choi.

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Haiti Studio Wins 2018 AIA Film Challenge Award

Congratulations to the students in Professor Bruce Swetnam's Haiti studio, who were recently named International Winner in the 2018 AIA Film Challenge for their film “Freedom to Play.”

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Scott Francisco Lecture | Oct. 10 @ 5 p.m.

"Forests and Trees, Systems and Cities," a lecture by Scott Francisco of Pilot Projects

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Assistant Professor Brent Sturlaugson Publishes in Places

Assistant Professor Brent Sturlaugson was recently published in Places, the journal of public scholarship on the built environment.

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SOA Professor O’Bryan Presents at WSSA

Professor Mark O'Bryan, AIA, NCARB, presents at the Western Social Science Association's Annual Conference.

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SOA Director to Give Lecture

SOA Director Jeffrey Johnson will deliver a keynote lecture tonight at the Revitalizing Rural Environments Symposium.

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Architecture Students Continue to Build in Haiti

Students from Professor Bruce Swetnam's architecture studio recently returned from another trip to Haiti where they continued work at Chez Moi Orphanage.

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UK Architecture Professor Views Teaching as Serving

Watch Associate Dean for Students Bruce Swetnam with his architecture studio students, and you'll see why he was honored with one of UK's 2018 Great Teacher Awards.

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SOA Alum Honored With AIA Young Architects Award

Erin Sterling Lewis, AIA, is a recipient of a 2018 Young Architects Award. Lewis is a 2002 graduate of the School of Architecture.

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The Making of an Avant-Garde Film Screening

The School of Architecture at the UK College of Design will present The Making of an Avant-Garde: The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies 1967-1984.

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Professor McKay Chosen as Finalist for Arte Laguna Prize

Congratulations to SOA Associate Professor Mike McKay for being chosen as one of the finalists for the 12th edition of the Arte Laguna Prize.

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Sarah Dunn Lecture – UrbanLab: Bowling – Feb. 7

Beyond the physical building lies the viability of our natural resources and its impact on the future of design. The School of Architecture is pleased to invite Sarah Dunn to lead a discussion on this critical topic.

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Studio Louisville Heads to Chicago

Claire Cahan of Studio Gang talks about working with Studio Louisville students.

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Studio Louisville Fall 2017 in Review

A recap of Studio Louisville's Fall 2017 semester.

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SOA Director Johnson to Speak at UABB

SOA Director Jeffrey Johnson will participate in the panel discussion "Capital, Culture and Countryside" at the 2017 Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism + Architecture (UABB) in Shenzhen, China on Dec. 16. Johnson is a past director and curator of the UABB and currently serves on its academic committee.

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Humanitarian Architecture Drives Students From Kentucky to Haiti

A call to help build a Haitian orphanage in Professor Bruce Swetnam’s Spring 2017 studio has evolved into a project driven by a passion for humanitarian architecture.

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Architectural Impact and Our Natural Resources Addressed in Sarah Dunn Lecture Nov. 13

Beyond the physical building lies the viability of our natural resources and its impact on the future of design. The School of Architecture is pleased to invite Sarah Dunn to lead a discussion on this critical topic.

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Professor Wallis Miller Honored by SESAH

Congratulations go out to School of Architecture Professor Wallis Miller, who won the 2017 Journal Article Award from the Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians.

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A Family Affair for SOA Alumni

Kenneth Hobgood (1977 SOA alum) and his son Patrick Hobgood (2005 SOA alum), along with Alan Tin (2004 SOA alum), are featured in this story from Archinect about their family-run architecture firm in Raleigh, N.C.

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SOA Presents “The Making of an Avant-Garde” Film Screening

The School of Architecture at the College of Design is pleased to present The Making of an Avant-Garde: The Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies 1967-1984.

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Dr. Luhan to Speak at Architecture for Justice conference

Professor Greg Luhan will present Re-Envisioning Juvenile Justice Educational Environments: Inspire. Integrate. Innovate at the AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice conference Oct. 29-31.

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Zawistowski Lecture – Why Architecture Matters.

Zawistowski Lecture @ 5 p.m. | Whitehall Classroom Building, room 122

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MAD Architects Travel Fellowship

MAD Architects Travel Fellowship open to all international students.

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Brian Andrews Work Featured in Exhibition

Brian Andrews work chosen for the new Drawn exhibition at the Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati

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Mark O’Bryan Honored with Award of Excellence

Congratulations to Mark O’Bryan, associate professor in the School of Architecture, on his recent Award of Excellence.

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Mike Jacobs Honored with AIA Fellowship

The 2017 Jury of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) elevated Michael W. Jacobs.

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Professor Mike McKay’s art exhibit featured in Lexington Herald-Leader

A new exhibit at the University of Kentucky Art Museum tests spacial dimensions and structure, and installing it was sometimes as complicated as it sounds. UK architecture professor Mike McKay created the art piece, “Singularities,” that pushes the limits of what structure can do.

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Points of View: Herbert Bayer’s Exhibition Catalogue for the 1930 Section Allemande

Professor Wallis Miller publishes article on Architectural Histories.

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