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Architectural History faculty and students speak at SESAH conference

November 12, 2010

Professors Tom Gensheimer, David Gobel and Daves Rossell, along with architectural history students Bradley Allen (BFA candidate), Kelley Stroup (MFA candidate) and Kelly Bressler (MFA candidate) all delivered conference papers at the recent annual meeting of the Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians (SESAH), held in Chattanooga, October 13-16.  Recent alumna Kristin Rourke (BFA 2009), now a Master’s student at the University of Virginia in architectural history, also delivered a paper.  It was the largest level of representation by SCAD’s Architectural History department at a SESAH meeting and one of the largest by any one program in recent memory.  Well done all!

 

 

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  1. November 24, 2010 6:29 pm

    Great Expectations A Journey Through the History of Visionary Architecture
    takes viewers on an impressive journey of inventive, contemporary and ambitious architectural projects. These include buildings constructed of concrete, Air ships that support city life and homes that are situated below the ground. The film explores Le Corbusier’s functionalist cities. Born in 1887, Le Corbusier was a Swiss designer and architect who jointly pioneered the concept of “Modern architecture”. Le Corbusier spent fifty years being committed to creating better living conditions for populations in crowded cities. In 1961, Le Corbusier won the Frank P. Brown medal. The DVD is available now through Microcinema International: Great Expectations.

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