Architect and urbanist Charles Waldheim will discuss his work as it relates to the topic of the 2019 SOM Foundation Research Prize: “Shrinking our Agricultural Footprint.”
Organized by SOM Foundation in collaboration with the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts and the Chicago Architecture Biennial.
Repose by Marissa Lee Benedict, David Rueter, and Daniel de Paula is on view in the oudoor garden of The Arts Club of Chicago through September.
Windows to the World is an outdoor, street-facing exhibition to advance collective solutions to systemic problems.
Lumpen Radio will be re-airing previous Facebook Live episodes of the National Public Housing Museum's monthly oral history listening series, Out of the Archives.
Wrightwood 659 presents Balkrishna Doshi: Architecture for the People a retrospective of the 2018 Pritzker Prize laureate Balkrishna Doshi (born 1927, Pune, India).
This fall, the 2020 Chicago Humanities Festival will explore the theme of Vision through a series of virtual programs.
Music powerhouse Meshell Ndegeocello provides a 21st-century ritual toolkit for justice each month of fall 2020.
Join Harvard Graduate School of Design for Our Common Purpose: Voting by Design with Danielle Allen, Sarah Whiting and 2019 Biennial contributor Michael Murphy (MASS Design Group)
Join Syracuse University for the Visiting Artist Lecture Series with 2019 Biennial contributor Maria Gaspar.
Join Harvard Graduate School of Design for a lecture with 2019 Biennial Contributor Emmanuel Pratt (Sweet Water Foundation)
Join Greater Good Studio for a Restorative Design Conference featuring 2019 Biennial contributor Paola Aguirre (Borderless Studio).
Chicago Architecture + Design College Day is going VIRTUAL this year due to the current climate.
The Vera List Center 2020 Forum will feature 2019 Biennial contributor Carolina Caycedo.
Join AIA Chicago for a discussions with 2019 Dubin Family Young Architect Award Recipient Jennifer Park, AIA
Join UC Berkeley for a conversation with 2019 Biennial contributor Santiago X.
Join Harvard Graduate School of Design for the Frederick Law Olmsted Lecture series with Everett L. Fly for “American Cultural Landscapes: Black Roots and Treasures”