Join us for our 2016 Spring Lecture Series. Our next architecture lecture on the Burbank campus takes place on Tuesday, January 26.
Architect T. Kelly Wilson, associate professor in the Department of Apparel Merchandising + Interior Design at Indiana University, Bloomington, will talk about his work.
T. Kelly Wilson is an artist and architect, having twice been awarded the Paul Rudolph Fellowship at Auburn University. Wilson held an Associate Professorship at Harvard Graduate School of Design since 1996, where he taught design, visual studies and co-directed the Harvard Rome Program. Wilson’s drawings and paintings are shown in New York, Boston, Columbus, Ohio, and Providence, Rhode Island.
Wilson is the principal of Studio 922, an architectural and urban design practice involved with international urban projects in Saudi Arabia, Korea and Vietnam. Wilson has been an invited lecturer at many academic institutions, nationally and internationally, including the Bermuda National Gallery of Art, the Jerusalem Studio School, Israel, and the American University in Cairo. His lectures address the subjects of spatial invention within drawing and architecture, focusing upon the perceptual organization of architecture and the city.
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