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October 2005 Archives

The Blur of the Otherworldly

Panel Discussion
Date: Friday, October 28, 2005

Moderators: Mark Alice Durant, Curator and Professor of Visual Arts/Photography, UMBC; Jane Marsching, Curator and Assistant Professor, Studio Foundation and Studio for Interrelated Media, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston

Panelists: Lynne Tillman, Novelist, Critic, Essayist, and Professor/Writer in Residence, University of Albany; Diane Bertolo, Artist; Jeffrey Sconce, Associate Professor, Screen Cultures Program, Northwestern University

Artist Lecture
Date: Saturday, November 19, 2005

Artist Lecture: Paul DeMarinis


Re-Framing Community

Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Lecture: Professor William Morrish, University of Virginia
Venue: RTKL, Baltimore, MD

Focusing on the future of America's aging metropolitan first-ring suburbs and modest urban working-class neighborhoods, Morrish presented current work and research that sought ways to align design principles from green building, landscape ecology, and non-profit community organizational work with planning rules and production processes to transform existing small neighborhoods to meet society’s changing social/economic demographics and sustainability opportunities.

Presented by the Center for Art and Visual Culture, the Neighborhood Design Center, and Young Designer’s Forum.