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The ‘T’ Space Summer Architecture Residency program will hold a virtual lecture series with working architects, academics, and respected members of the arts and design community for the third year. Using the links below, sign up for these free public events, including the final assessment of the 2022 Residents with invited critics. On YouTube Channel, you can see recordings of previous lectures and final reviews.
Nat Oppenheimer, structural engineer—July 7 at 11am—register
Paul Warchol, photographer—July 8 at 11am—register
Gökhan Kodalak, artist, Theorist, Architectural Historian—July 11 at 11am—register
Ellen K. Levy, artist—July 12 at 11am—register
William Stout, architect, bookseller and publisher—July 13 at 1pm—register
Elia Zenghelis, architect, educator—July 15 at 11am—register
Catty Dan Zhang, architect, educator—July 17 at 11am—register
Arlene Shechet, artist—July 20 at 11am—register
Elizabeth Diller, architect—July 21 at 11am—register
Cosmic Dust Final Residency Review with invited critics—July 25 at 2pm—register
Support for the 2022 ‘T’ Space programs is provided by Steve Pulimood, Elise Jaffe + Jeffrey Brown, David Zwirner, Pace Gallery, Silman, The Al Held Foundation, Hundred Mile, Sandro Marpillero, Kohn Pedersen Fox, Archive Fine Art, Inc. and its affiliates Art Crating, Inc., & ACLA, LLC, and Sharon Breslau of Berkshire Hathaway HS Hudson Valley. We are grateful to all of our contributors who help to make ‘T’ Space possible.
The Steven Myron Holl Foundation (SMHF), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is the entity behind ‘T’ Space. Since its founding in 2010, SMHF has served as a vehicle for the discussion of urgent issues relating to architecture and the arts, for the incitement of theoretical and critical discourse in the context of contemporary cultural and technological developments, and for the promotion of alternative viewpoints, a wider range of discussion, and in-depth research on these topics.
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