Nina Barbuto is an adjunct faculty member with the School of Architecture. She works in a variety of media including architecture, film, sound, and installation, and often explores the idea of recycling noise into a system or elevating the vernacular to the spectacular.
Nina’s passion for art, new media, and social learning led her to found Assemble, a community space for arts and technology, in 2011. Nina co-founded I Made It! Market in 2007. An idea based on urban acupuncture, this nomadic market partners with community, arts, and non-profit organizations to raise funds and awareness to assist in improving their communities while allowing local artists and crafters to sell their wares. Nina holds degrees in architecture from Southern California Institute of Architecture and Carnegie Mellon University.