With Aaron Betsky and Trey Trahan
A Discussion Sparked by the Work of Our Studios
Su 10 December
Alan H Rider Visiting Critic and Distinguished Lecturers
AARON BETSKY is the President of the School of Architecture at Taliesin. Trained as an architect, he works as an educator, critic and arts administrator. He is the author of over a dozen books on art, architecture and design, including the most recent, Making It Modern and Architecture Matters. In 2008, he curated the 11th Venice International Architecture Biennale.
VICTOR F ‘TREY’ TRAHAN, III, FAIA, is Founder and CEO of Trahan Architects, with local and international projects that have received recognition for their innovative use of materials. With a strong personal belief in the value of conservation and philanthropy, Trey’s life and work is guided by a commitment to the development of sustainable environments. Trey’s architectural projects include the Louisiana State Museum in Natchitoches, recipient of a 2015 National AIA Honor Award for Interior Architecture and Architect Magazine’s Annual Design Review Award. Trey has taught graduate classes at both MIT and USC, is board member of The Cultural Landscape Foundation in Washington DC, and member of the global advisory board for the Van Allen Institute in New York.