1.05
Digital Imaginary
6 pm — 8 pm EST
1.12
Material Cultures
6 pm — 8 pm EST
1.19
Publics
6 pm — 8 pm EST
1.26
Infrastructures and Ecologies
6 pm — 8 pm EST
2.02
Modes of Practice
6 pm — 8 pm EST
Design for Spatial Justice Fellow
University of Oregon, 2019—20
The Emotional Education in Architecture
Wortham Fellow
Rice University, 2019—21
Compositional Physics and Other Diagrams of Force
Design for Spatial Justice Fellow
University of Oregon, 2019—20
Design for Spatial Justice Fellowship
Yessios Visiting Assistant Professor
Ohio State University, 2019—20
Assorted Demo Scenes
Yessios Visiting Assistant Professor
Ohio State University, 2019—21
Not-Classical, Not-Digital: The Resistance of Digitally Fabricated Piles
William Muschenheim Fellow
University of Michigan, 2019—20
Practice, Product, Protocol
Walter B. Sanders Fellow
University of Michigan, 2019—20
Practice, Product, Protocol
Urban Edge Fellow
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2019—20
End Times: New Architectures of Urban Crisis
Innovation in Design Fellow
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2019—20
False Walls
Design for Spatial Justice Fellow
University of Oregon, 2019—20
Good Neighbors
Tennessee Architecture Fellow
University of Tennessee, 2019—20
Homegrown
Design for Spatial Justice Fellow
University of Oregon, 2019—20
Highway Stories: Infrastructure as a method to resist thinking in scalability and linearity
Emerging Scholar in Design Fellow
University of Texas at Austin, 2019—21
Good, Well, Better.
Fishman Fellow
University of Michigan, 2019—20
Practice Product Protocol
Race & Gender in the Built Environment Fellow
University of Texas at Austin, 2019—21
The Politics of Taste: Between Beautiful and Ugly
Wortham Fellow
Rice University, 2019—21
Information Richness
Michigan Mellon Design Fellow
University of Michigan, 2019—21
ArcPrep
LeFevre Emerging Practitioner Fellow
The Ohio State University, 2019—21
The Great Lakes Architectural Expedition
Ventulett NEXT Generation Fellow
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019—21
Mechanicsville 2030
Schidlowski Emerging Faculty Fellow
Kent State University 2019—20
Candide's Garden
Tennessee Architecture Fellow
University of Tennessee, 2019—20
Homegrown
Pietro Belluschi Research Fellow
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2018—21
Summer House
Harry der Boghosian Fellow
Syracuse University 2019—20
Pursuit of Design Extremes
Founding Partner, Alam/Profeta
Lecturer, University of Pennsylvania
Co-Founder, Besler & Sons
Assistant Professor, Princeton University
Principal, The Open Workshop
Associate Professor, California College of the Arts
Director, Matter Design
Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Founder, Sekou Cooke Studio
Assistant Professor, Syracuse University
Founder, Somatic Collaborative
Vincent and Eleanor Shea Professor and Chair of Architecture, University of Virginia
Director, EPIPHYTE Lab
Associate Professor, Carnegie Mellon
Founder, Synthesis Design + Architecture
Associate Professor, University of Southern California
Professor, Princeton University
Professor & Director of the School of Architecture, University of Tennessee
Projecting Fellows brings together the 2019-2020 class of fellows from American architecture schools to explore a cross section of emerging interests in the discipline and the vehicle of the fellowship project. Each year, several architecture schools nationwide name fellows to join their programs and develop an intensive research or teaching project during a short-term appointment. With the fellowship comes some combination of project support, cross-pollination between research and teaching, and a platform with which to present and exhibit the work. Commonly selected via national call for proposals, fellowship projects are dually indicative of emerging interests in academia and evolving institutional agendas.

While each school supports the development and dissemination of fellowship work, no comprehensive venue for dialogue between fellows has taken shape. Leveraging the new normal of virtual engagement, Projecting Fellows creates a discursive platform, inviting fellows to share their work and to address emergent directions in architectural discourse. The paradigm shifts of 2020 make such dialogue across geographic boundaries and institutional lines more critical than ever. Projecting Fellows will address the meta project of the architectural fellowship – its role, its curation, and its consequences in shaping the discipline.

The series will be hosted virtually over five evenings during January and February 2021 by the University of Virginia School of Architecture. All events are free and open to the public.
Organizers
Katie MacDonald
Kyle Schumann
Art Direction & Graphic Design
Christopher Cote
Website Design & Development
Wei-Hao Wang
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