Announcing the release of the 2019 edition of EX-CHANGE, a publication celebrating the work of the SoA from first year to PhD. Inaugurated in 2017, EX-CHANGE represents an ongoing opportunity to shine new light on the SoA programs and to position the work within larger questions of research and practice. Latest edition now available in print and online.
This spring, EX-CHANGE 2019 was presented for the first time as a year-end show demonstrating the breadth of student work from first-year through PhD in a curated exhibition. Thanks to all who joined us, and look out for the upcoming publication this fall.
Now available: the spring 2018 edition of EX-CHANGE, a publication celebrating the work of the SoA. EX-CHANGE represents an ongoing opportunity to shine new light on the SoA studio-based and MS/PhD programs and to position the work within larger questions of research and practice.
Amy Kulper, Ming Fung, and Mitch McEwen engaged a school-wide discussion on student work as part of the second consecutive end-of-semester exhibition.
EX-CHANGE is an end-of-semester exhibition, celebration, reflection, and discussion of SoA student work.
EX-CHANGE is a compendium of thought, work, and discussion generated by the SoA studios. Now available for download.
3rd-year B.Arch student Chitika Vasudeva reflects on EX-CHANGE, the SoA’s first ever end-of-semester open studio reception and discussion.
Join us for our end-of-semester celebration of the work of our students and a discussion of critical questions provoked by projects and research of our studios with Aaron Betsky and Trey Trahan and all SoA faculty and students.