all types of work from all the students in all our spaces

Exhibition Opening

The inaugural exhibition of Crosby Hall, titled all types of work from all the students in all our spaces, celebrates drawings, models, and full-scale projects created by all undergraduate and graduate students in the Department of Architecture during the fall 2023 semester.

Crosby Hall featuring a wall print that reads 'all types of work from all the students in all our spaces'.

Two- and three-dimensional works are decoupled from associated studios, faculty, and academic years so that freshman-year section drawings are hung alongside those from the three-and-a-half-year master’s program, and junior-year boats are presented next to full-scale fabrications from the graduate research groups. As such, the exhibition is less about understanding any individual project in full, and more about the power of a single drawing, model, or construction, surrounded by analogous work from across the curriculum. Please join us in celebrating!

Curation Team:

Gregory Delaney
Maia Peck
Gianni Rinaudo
Charles Stevens

Additional Support:

John Garcia
Nicholas Janzen
Alec Lewis
James Metzger

Special Thanks:

School of Architecture and Planning Dean’s Office
Department of Architecture 
Fabrication Workshop
IT Services

Friday, March 8

12:30 p.m.
Crosby Hall Lobby
On view through mid-April 2024

Free pizza provided!

Published March 8, 2024