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SCI-Arc Announces Spring 2024 Public Programs

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Top (left to right): Ali Rahim, Gabriela Carillo, Sir Peter Cook Bottom (left to right): Hitoshi Abe, Benedetta Tagliabue

SCI-Arc events are free and open to the public. 

SCI-Arc is proud to continue its commitment to maintaining a robust platform for interdisciplinary discourse with its spring 2024 series of public programs. SCI-Arc’s spring 2024 program include lectures, book releases, and exhibitions featuring influential figures from a wide range of cultural practices including upcoming lecturers Sir Peter Cook, Benedetta Tagliabue, Hitoshi Abe, Mahfuz Sultan, Gabriela Carillo, and more.
On March 29, SCI-Arc faculty Mira Henry and Matthew Au will celebrate the release of their book Gathering: Ongoing Work by Current Interests. Organized around a collection of buildings and material systems developed by Henry and Au’s firm Current Interests over the past five years, the book brings together images, drawings, and descriptive reflections to invoke a richly layered set of conversations that ground the duo’s collaborative process.
The 2024 Spring Show Exhibition, highlighting the most outstanding student projects, will be on view throughout the SCI-Arc building after an opening reception on April 27. SCI-Arc design faculty Gordon Kipping (M.Arch ’95) will also present a new exhibition Maison de Cartes, opening with a reception on April 12, viewable in the SCI-Arc Gallery through June 2. 
Visit sciarc.edu/events for more information about each upcoming event including descriptions and bios. All events are listed in Pacific Standard Time and are broadcast live online on SCI-Arc’s Livestream and Facebook page.

01.08 Hernán Díaz Alonso + Sir Peter Cook 

02.02 B(l)ackspace: Episode 4 

02.07 Markus Miessen 

02.27 Gabriela Carillo 

03.06 Benedetta Tagliabue 

03.13 Hitoshi Abe 

03.22 Full Spectrum Symposium

03.27 Ali Rahim 

03.29 Current Interests Book Launch

04.03 Mahfuz Sultan

04.12 Gordon Kipping Exhibition   

04.27 Spring Show 2024 Exhibition

About SCI-Arc

Located in downtown Los Angeles, SCI-Arc is a world-renowned center of innovation and one of the nation’s few independent architecture schools, offering undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate programs. We are dedicated to educating architects who will imagine and shape the future.

The school is located in a quarter-mile-long former freight depot in the Arts District of Los Angeles. It is distinguished by the vibrant atmosphere of its studios, which provide students with a uniquely inspiring environment in which to study architecture and design.

An integral part of the emerging cultural hub of a city with a tradition of architectural experimentation, SCI-Arc is devoted to finding radically new responses to the real needs and aspirations of today’s world.

SCI-Arc offers students a unique experience as they pursue their degrees. Our approximately 500 students and 80 faculty members—most of the latter practicing architects—work together in a fluid, nonhierarchical manner to rethink assumptions, create, explore, and test the limits of architecture.

By Naser Nader Ibrahim

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