The sixth htc.Workshop, organized by College of Architecture + The Arts Associate Professor David Rifkind, will occur February 20th to 22nd. Rifkind started the htc.Workshop in 2008 as a semi-annual symposium, with funding from the Graham Foundation. It has continued annually with support from the Cejas Faculty Grant Fund, The Wolfsonian-FIU, and the FIU Department of Architecture.
“The htc.Workshop introduces students to new research by emerging scholars studying modern architecture and urbanism in [understudied areas like] Latin America, Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe,” said Rifkind. “Students have an opportunity to discuss the work with scholars whose research has the potential to dramatically change the way we understand the built environment.”
The 2014 htc.Workshop will begin with a keynote address at the FIU Modesto Maidique Campus on Thursday and continue with a workshop session Friday morning at CARTA Miami Beach Urban Studios:
Thursday, February 20th, 5PM
Paul L. Cejas School of Architecture building, Room 135
Eric Mumford, Washington University in St. Louis
Keynote address: Josep Lluís Sert and Urban Design Pedagogy, 1944-59
Friday, February 21st, 10AM-1PM
Miami Beach Urban Studios, Main Gallery
W. Elysse Newman, faculty respondent
Kathryn O’Rourke, Trinity University
Alberto Arai’s History and Theory of Mexican Architecture
Patricio del Real, Museum of Modern Art
My Home, mi casa: Phillip and Diego at MoMA
Helen Gyger, Pratt Institute
Revolutions in Self-Help: Peru, 1968–1986
Luis M. Castañeda, Syracuse University
Prefabricated Futures: Education, Politics and Modern Architecture in Mexico, 1940-1960
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