The Winter in Rome exhibition features the works of 28 WSOA students who spent their winter exploring and investigating the eternal city. Drawing inspiration from Luigi Moretti’s ‘Value of Profiles,’ the students utilized charcoal to initiate their exploration, focusing on the edges and profiles of architectural fragments throughout the city.
Adam Miller, a designer, teacher, and director of Pneu Stars Design Group, presents ‘Under Pressure,’ an exhibition that explores the challenge of fitting a series of Pneu Stars’ past inflatables into the limited space of the Wedge Gallery.
WSoA faculty Parsa Rezaee collaborates with photographer Mikayla Miller in the Wedge Gallery exhibition titled ‘Poked & Prodded.’ This exhibition contains photographs and artifacts exploring piercing from body to building.
Thea Moeller, a Mak Center fellow and Austrian-based artist, will be presenting an artist talk and hosting a workshop focused on her exploration of works in metal and the flexibility of the material. Join us in Ahmanson for the lecture, and afterward, head to the Making Complex for a small welding workshop.
Friday February 23, 11:45am- 1:15 pm Lecture/Workshop – Ahmanson
Saturday February 24 “Black Modernism Tour” – Off Campus
Sunday February 25 “Open House” 4-6pm – Off Campus
In collaboration with the Association for Women in Architecture and Design, join fellow WSOA leadership, faculty, and alumni as they engage in various conversations about these year’s theme of power.
A symposium led by WSoA faculty Scrap Marshal & Paulette Singley, seeking to address both the formal and the functional dimensions of culinary architecture in a discussion that moves from tongue and taste to infrastructure and urban design.