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UT Arlington School of Architecture

Lectures and Events


Pedagogy + Practice

Spring 2017

January 23

hermannSpace, Sound, Social Justice

2017 Hermanns Lecture Series

Amy Parham
Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity Texas
9:00 am

Robert Darden
Baylor University,
Founder of the Black Gospel Music Restoration Project
10:15 am

Kathryn Holliday
The University of Texas at Arlington,
Director of the David Dillon Center for Texas Architecture
12:45 pm

Stephanie Snider
Penn State University School of Visual Arts,
Associate Professor of Art
2:00 pm

6th Floor of the University of Texas at Arlington Central Library

Sponsored by the Department of English, Department of Art + Art History, School of Architecture, Women's and Gender Studies Program, Honors College, and College of Liberal Arts

January 23-April 21


A showcase of Architecture and Interior Design Fall 2016 Studio student work on display.

February 1

Gordon GillGordon Gill

Smith / Gill Architects
Chicago, IL

7:00 pm
CAPPA Building, Room 204

co-sponsored with the Dallas Architecture Forum

February 17

vendrellemilie taylor-welty & alex henderson

Emilie Taylor-Welty
Tulane City Center
Tulane University

Alex Henderson, Rural Studio
Auburn University

4:00 pm
CAPPA Building, Room 204

co-sponsored with the Dallas Architecture Forum

February 18

SYMPOSIUM: Prototyping Community Engagement | Design+Build+Education

Brent Brown (BC workshop)
Xavier Vendrell (Rural Studio)
Emilie Taylor Welty (Tulane City Center)
moderated by Bang Dang (UTA)

2:30 pm
Dallas Museum of Art,  Horchow Auditorium

co-sponsored with the Dallas Architecture Forum

March 1

amale andraosAmale Andraos

Dean, Columbia University GSAPP
New York, NY

2:30 pm
CAPPA Building, Room 204

co-sponsored with the Dallas Architecture Forum

March 10-18

WORKSHOP: AA Visiting School

Post Industrial Landscapes

Tobias Klein (AA)
Ryan Manning (Heron Mazy)
Ben Warwas (Pasadena City College)

4:00 pm
CAPPA Building, Room 204

March 20

Tobias Klein

Studio Tobias Klein
Architecture Association
London, UK

4:00 pm
CAPPA Building, Room 204

March 31-April 28

martin price book exhibit poster"PERFECTLY IMPERFECT" EXHIBITION

Presents the book "Perfectly Imperfect - Imperfectly Perfect" where Professor Emeritus Martin Price shares his work and thoughts on architecture. Professor Price will attend the opening of the exhibition on March 31 at 4:00 pm and discuss the making of the book and his collaboration with the graphic designer Brad Bartlett. 

CAPPA Building, Second Floor Foyer

April 4


Invited speakers include:

• Douglas Klahr, CAPPA Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Architecture, will present “Becoming Builders Again in an Age of Global Crisis”
• Aabiya Noman Baqai, Master of Public Policy student, will present “Feminism in Islam - Why Islam is a feminist religion”

1:00 - 5:00 pm
Rosebud Theatre, E.H. Hereford University Center, University of Texas at Arlington

April 5


The Center for Transportation Equity, Decisions and Dollars (C-TEDD) hosts a panel discussion featuring:

Moderator: Thomas Bamonte: Program manager, Automated Vehicles, for the North Central Texas Council of Governments

• Eric T. Hill, Director of Transportation System Management and Operations at METROPLAN Orlando
• Jeremey Raw, Community Planner and Travel Demand Modeler from the Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Planning, Environment, and Realty
• Kyung-Hwa Kim, Model Application Manager at the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC)
• Dr. Anand J. Puppala, Associate Dean of Research and Distinguished Teaching Professor for UT Arlington’s College of Engineering
• Dr. Shima Hamidi, Director of Center for Transportation Equity, Decisions, & Dollars and Institute of Urban Studies at UT Arlington’s College of Architecture, Planning, and Public Affairs

1:30 pm
CAPPA Building, Room 204

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April 12

Frank Jacobus & Marc Manack

University of Arkansas
Fay Jones School of Architecture
Fayetteville, AR
University of North Carolina - Charlotte
Charlotte, NC

4:00 pm
CAPPA Building, Room 204

sponsored by Booziotis and Company Architects

April 29

David Dillon Symposium at the dallas festival of ideas

11:00 am
City Hall Plaza Main Stage, 1500 Marilla Street, Dallas

Janette Sadik-Khan, former transportation commissioner for New York City, will deliver the keynote address for the Physical City.

1:30 pm
Dallas Public Library O'Hara Hall

Kathryn Holliday, Director of the David Dillon Center for Texas Architecture at The University of Texas at Arlington, will deliver the State of the Physical City remarks.

1:45 pm
Dallas Public Library O'Hara Hall

City response panel discussion with Dr. Holliday, Theresa O’Donnell, Chief Resilience Officer for the City of Dallas, and Lizzie MacWillie of bcWorkshop, moderated by Mark Lamster of the Dallas Morning News.

Sponsored by the UT Arlington David Dillon Center for Texas Architecture, Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, and the Dallas Morning News

May 25-26


Crowne Plaza Austin, 6121 North IH-35, Austin, TX

Ard Anjomani, Professor of Planning at the College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs, will deliver a presentation titled “A Simpler but Potent Integrated Land use Demographic forecasting Model for Metropolitan Planning”. The presentation is approved for American Institute of Certified Planners Continuing Education Credits.
May 26, 3:30 - 4:30 pm

2017 Texas Demographic Conference

Additional lecture events will be added as new events are confirmed in the coming days. Please check back soon.

All events are free of charge and open to the public. Unless otherwise noted, events will take place in the UTA CAPPA Building, Room 204, located at 601 West Nedderman Drive Arlington, Texas 76019.