«Harvard GSD Graduate School of Design continues its series of virtual public lectures for the Spring 2021 semester, inviting designers and other curious viewers from around the world to join the school’s dialogue. This spring program offers topical observations, as well as launches of two new Harvard GSD publications: its redesigned Harvard Design Magazine, as well as the to-be-revealed student-run journal Pairs.
All programs will take place virtually, are free and open to the public, and require registration, and all times are listed in United States Eastern Time (ET). Please visit www.gsd.harvard.edu/events for more information, including registration details.
Live captioning will be provided for all programs.
(La Harvard GSD Graduate School of Design continua la serie di conferenze pubbliche virtuali per il semestre della primavera 2021, invitando designer e interessati di tutto il mondo a unirsi al dialogo della scuola.
Tutti i programmi si svolgeranno in streaming online, sono gratuiti e aperti al pubblico e richiedono la registrazione e tutti gli orari elencati sotto si riferiscono all’ET United States Eastern Time locale (+6 ore di differenza con l’Italia).
Visitare www.gsd.harvard.edu/events per ulteriori informazioni, inclusi i dettagli di registrazione.
Per tutti i programmi verranno forniti sottotitoli in tempo reale)».
2021 Harvard GSD Spring 2021 public lectures
7.30pm: Kate Thomas, “Lesbian Arcadia: Desire and Design in the Fin-de-Siècle Garden”
7.30pm: Senior Loeb Scholar Lecture: Walter Hood
12pm: Wolff Architects
7.30pm: Introducing Pairs 01: Giovanna Borasi in Conversation with the Founding Editors
7.30pm: Daniel Urban Kiley Lecture: Julie Bargmann, “Modesty”
12pm: Thaisa Way with Ed Eigen and Raffaella Fabiani Giannetto, “Think Like a Historian, Imagine Like a Designer: A Conversation on Landscape History and Design Education”
7.30pm: International Womxn’s Day Lecture
7.30pm: Catherine Seavitt Nordenson, “The Miasmist: George E. Waring, Jr. and Landscapes of Public Health”
1pm: “Mayors Imagining the Just City”
7.30pm: Harvard Design Magazine reveals “Harvard Design Magazine #48: America”
12pm: Marc Angélil and Charlotte Malterre-Barthes, “Migrant Marseille: Architectures of Social Segregation and Urban Inclusivity”
12pm: Rouse Visiting Artist Lecture: Zoe Leonard
12pm: Andrew Freear, Faranak Miraftab, and Todd Okolichany, “Small Town Urbanism in the 21st Century”
7.30pm: Black Radical Space: The Black School and Bryan C. Lee, Jr. in Conversation
12pm: Rebecca Choi, “White Man’s Got a God Complex”
12pm: H ARQUITECTES, “Where the Invisible Becomes Visible”
7.30pm: Cecilia Puga