Women in Architecture Series
September 27, October 25, 6:30pm
FREE Members | $8 Non-Members
Discover the contemporary work of women architects in this lecture series featuring presentations by architects Linda Zhang and Syracuse University’s School of Architecture Associate Dean Julia Czerniak.
Presented by Linda Zhang
Drawing upon her work and research in architecture,
design, and ceramics, Zhang examines memory, gender,
and identity narratives to explore the ways female
subjectivity can confront and challenge architectural norms.
Large Parks: Trends & Possibilities
Presented by Julia Czerniak
This lecture is a brief account of trends in contemporary
park design to address a host of global challenges.
Confronting ecologically and culturally disturbed sites, such
as landfills and deindustrializing parcels, requires designers
to challenge the green veneers of the past with alternative
strategies that retell a place’s complex narrative.