Tulane faculty prepare for ACSA Annual Meeting
The Tulane School of Architecture will be represented by a large delegation of professors at the 2019 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture’s Annual Meeting. The conference, titled “BLACK BOX: Articulating Architecture's Core in the Post-Digital Era,” runs March 28-30 in Pittsburgh, PA. Read below for the list of Tulane Architecture faculty who will be in attendance, receiving awards and presenting their work.
- Judith Kinnard is attending as part of the College of Distinguished Professors and participating in a workshop on accreditation.
- Adam Modesitt will give a presentation titled "Unscripted: A Cenotaph for Richard Feynman."
- Carrie Norman will present a paper to the "Draw(in)g to a (W)hole" panel, entitled "A Drawing Forged in Two and Three Dimensions."
- Kenneth Schwartz will present a paper, co-written with Byron Mouton titled, "Agency and Immersion: Design Build & Social Entrepreneurship."
- Ben Smith will present a paper titled “Looking Longer: The Thickening of Time Amidst Second-wave Digital Culture.”
- Kentaro Tsubaki is attending on behalf of the ACSA Research and Scholarship committee. The committee will be running a Special Focus Session on Saturday for member feedback.
- Ann Yoachim is attending to receive an ACSA Collaborative Practice Award, on behalf of the Tulane School of Architecture and the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design.
For more information about the ACSA Annual Meeting, click here.