Each semester, Woodbury School of Architecture hosts an architecture lecture series featuring noted academics and practitioners from various design fields. Los Angeles lectures take place in the Ahmanson Main Space on the Burbank campus; San Diego lectures are held in the school’s Main Space in Barrio Logan. This Fall, Woodbury School of Architecture partners with the Helms Bakery District holding a series of panel discussions at the landmark destination for furniture, design, and art.
All lectures are free and open to the public.
Fall Lectures in Los Angeles
September 27: John Winston, Principal of John Winston Studio in the Ahmanson Main Space.
October 5: “Calibrating Viscosity” panel discussion at Helms Bakery District
October 25: Mitchell Squire, Iowa State University in the Ahmanson Main Space.
November 1: Sandy Attia and Matteo Scagnol, MoDus Architects in the Ahmanson Main Space.
November 2: “Do Good – Architecture and Engagement” panel discussion at Helms Bakery District
All lectures start at 6:30pm.
Fall Lectures in San Diego
September 20: Henri Bava, Agence TER
October 10: Petra Blaisse, Inside Outside – POSTPONED
October 21: Karen Lewis, Ohio State University
October 28: Mason White, Lola Sheppard, Lateral Office
All lectures start at 6:30pm in the San Diego Main Space.
The School of Architecture at Woodbury University is an AIA CES Continuing Education Provider.