Faculty Trio Featured in Art Papers Launch

A trio of current and former Woodbury School of Architecture faculty, including April Greiman, Jennifer Bonner and Barbara Bestor, FAIA, are featured as part of ART PAPERS magazine’s special architecture and design issue, In the Gutter.

Guest edited by Jennifer Bonner and guest designed by April Greiman, the issue has a special focus on Los Angeles featuring 72 pages of contributions by local writers and designers looking at the current state of architecture and design through the lens of the city’s pools, the culture that surrounds them, and the broader landscape of water and hydrology. The issue includes images and work by Barbara Bestor.

An upcoming event at The Pink Motel will feature a reading/performance by 30+ contributors — an exquis(wet) corpse — with sound accompaniment by Rose Boy, informal discussion, beverages, light refreshments, and other entertainment… all from the basin of the motel’s empty pool.

The Pink Motel
Tuesday, May 23, 2017, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
9457 San Fernando Road, Sun Valley, CA 91352

$20 for non-LA Forum members
Free for LA Forum members and Art Papers contributors (RSVP)

April Greiman is a designer and artist whose LA-based multidisciplinary practice, Made in Space, produces projects and public commissions, often in collaboration with researchers and architects. April has taught at the Woodbury School of Architecture since 2011.

Jennifer Bonner is director of MALL, assistant professor of architecture at Harvard Graduate School of Design, and founder of A Guide to the Dirty South. Jennifer held a Visiting Faculty position at Woodbury from 2010-2012.

Barbara Bestor, FAIA, is currently the Director of the Julius Shulman Institute at Woodbury University, and former chair of the graduate architecture program in the School of Architecture.

Founded in Atlanta, GA, in 1976, ART PAPERS is a nonprofit organization providing an accessible forum for examination, discussion, and documentation of contemporary art and culture, and the ways they affect and reflect daily life.


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