Events

Nadia Huggins Lecture

Gallery 181, College of Design 715 Bissell Road, Ames, IA, United States

Artist Nadia Huggins will host a lecture as a part of the From Land Grab to LandBack: Architecture and Positions on Land symposium. The lecture will be streamed via Zoom, register to receive the link.

Jason Fitzroy Jeffers Lecture

Kocimski Auditorium (101 Design) 715 Bissell Road, Ames, IA, United States

Filmmaker Jason Fitzroy Jeffers will host a lecture as a part of the From Land Grab to LandBack: Architecture and Positions on Land symposium.

Utopianism Workshop

Black Contemporary 26107 530th Street, Ames, Iowa, United States

Luis Othoniel Rosa, writer and associate professor of Spanish at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will host a workshop on Utopianism as a part of the From Land Grab to LandBack: Architecture and Positions on Land symposium.

Geospatial Career Day

206 Durham

In celebration of Earth Science Week (Oct. 8–14), the ISU GIS Support and Research Facility will host a Geospatial Career Day from 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10, in 206 Durham. A number of GIS professionals representing a variety of fields including transportation, geography, physical science, community development, agriculture and private industry, among others, will […]

Void Is Not Exactly Empty – Simone Capra

Kocimski Auditorium (101 Design) 715 Bissell Road, Ames, IA, United States

Simone Capra, a founding partner of STARTT (Studio di Architettura e Trasformazioni Territoriali) and an architecture instructor for the College of Design Rome Program, will present "Void Is Not Exactly Empty" as part of the Department of Architecture's 2023-2024 Public Programs series, "Of the Land." "A void lot is not just a portion of land; […]

Spring 2023 Rome Show Opening Reception

College of Design Atrium

Join students and faculty for the Spring 2023 Rome Show opening reception! The show will feature work by 56 architecture and landscape architecture students who participated in the College of Design’s flagship Rome Program in spring 2023. The exhibition will include display boards, models, text and drawings. Work will be on display Oct. 27–Nov. 15 […]

ARCH 437: Architectural Photography Exhibition

Pickard Chilton Gallery

Student work created in the ARCH 437: Architectural Photography course taught by Cameron Campbell, interim chair of architecture and associate professor of architecture, will be on display in the Pickard Chilton Gallery (first-floor King Pavillion corridor) from Tuesday, Nov. 7 through Tuesday, Nov. 14. The collection will include images of architecture taken by each student in the class.

Black Contemporary Imaginary Exhibition

Black Contemporary 26107 530th Street, Ames, Iowa, United States

Check out student work created in the ARCH 403: Architectural Design course taught by Peter Goché, professor of practice of architecture, from noon–2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15, at Black Contemporary, located at 26107 530th Ave. in Ames. The "Black Contemporary Imaginary" exhibition will explore the act of making and curating large-scale installations within the various […]

Canceled – IDRO Friday Research Seminar – Merate Barakat

416 Design

This event has been canceled and will be rescheduled in the spring semester. Computational Methods for Soundscape Design Merate Barakat, associate professor, architecture Merate Barakat, a new faculty member of the Department of Architecture, will discuss her soundscape research, which is mediated by her investigations and teaching within the fields of architectural and computational design. […]

Land Grab to LandBack IV Online Symposium

All are welcome to join the "From Land Grab to Landback" online symposium on Saturday, Dec. 2! "From Land Grab to Landback" is a transdisciplinary symposium and multimedia platform that investigates and offers critical perspectives that tie architecture across different scales to urgent questions about land, territory, property, sovereignty, ecology, and life. Through a series of talks, film screenings, roundtable discussions, […]

Beauty Investigated: Dilemmas, Projects and Promises Exhibition

Gallery 181, College of Design 715 Bissell Road, Ames, IA, United States

In conjunction with the "Beauty Investigated: Dilemmas, Projects and Promises" symposium, this exhibition will explore the cultural and social constructs of beauty through a series of artworks. The exhibition is organized by art and visual culture faculty Ingrid Lilligren, professor, and Johhny DiBlasi, assistant professor. The art will be on view in Gallery 181 from […]

Joshua Stein Lecture

Kocimski Auditorium (101 Design) 715 Bissell Road, Ames, IA, United States

Joshua G. Stein, a professor of architecture at Woodbury University and founder of Radical Craft, will speak about the sustainability of architecture practices in a lecture hosted by the Iowa State University Department of Architecture. The Los Angeles-based architect and designer will present “Slow Motion Materiality” at 4:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 16, in Kocimski Auditorium, room […]