The USC Architecture lecture series hosts prominent and emerging architects, designers, technologists, and scholars from around the world and presents topics related to architecture, landscape architecture, urbanism/city design, heritage conservation, building science and technology, social justice, and more. For decades, USC Architecture public programming has provided a stimulating environment for the exploration of ideas that permeate culture at the School, in Los Angeles, and beyond.
Below we are spotlighting one event from the virtual lecture series. Please visit the website to find out more info about the others.
Paola Antonelli is Senior Curator at The Museum of Modern Art in the Department of Architecture & Design, and MoMA’s founding Director of Research & Development. Her most recent exhibition, Broken Nature, opened at MoMA in November 2020. She is also currently working on @design.emergency, an Instagram and book project that explores design’s role in building a better future for all, in collaboration with critic Alice Rawsthorn.
The lectures begins at 6:00pm (Pacific Time) and will be held on Zoom. This event is free and open to the public, however, registration is required via Zoom; CLICK HERE to register/RSVP; https://arch.usc.edu/events