Jeanne Gang | Studio Gang – 37th Annual Joint Berkeley Architecture Lecture
Jeanne Gang: An Exclusive Pre-Lecture Get Together
- Exclusive Social Online Mixer
- Questions & Answers with Jeanne
- Front row seats (on your couch of course) for her lecture immediately following the reception.
- 5:00 – AIAEB Reception
- 5:15 – Conversation with Jeanne Gang
- 5:40 – CED Update Dean Chakrabarti
- 5:50 – Brief break
- 6:00 – Introduction by Renee Chow
- 6:05 – Public lecture by Jeanne Gang (30-40 minutes)
- 6:45 – Q&A moderated by Renee Chow
- 7:00 – End
THIS EVENT WILL BE LIVESTREAMED AT HTTPS://VIMEO.COM/493853597
To submit questions for the Q&A: Go to slido.com, enter event code #ARCHlecture, and type or upvote questions. Questions may also be entered in the Vimeo chat.
ABOUT JEANNE GANG
Jeanne Gang, FAIA, is the founding principal and partner of Studio Gang, an international architecture and urban design practice headquartered in Chicago. Known for an inquisitive, forward-looking approach to design that unfolds new technical and material possibilities and expands the active role of designers in society, she creates striking places that connect people with each other, their communities, and the environment.
Her studio’s diverse, award-winning work includes major projects throughout the Americas and Europe, ranging from community-centered cultural institutions like Writers Theatre to public projects that connect citizens with ecology, such as the Nature Boardwalk at Lincoln Park Zoo, and high-rise towers that foster community, including Aqua Tower. Ongoing projects include an expansion to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City; a new United States Embassy in Brasília; the University of Chicago’s European hub for study and research in Paris; a unified campus for the California College of the Arts in San Francisco; and the new O’Hare Global Terminal in Chicago.
Intertwined with built work, Jeanne and the Studio also develop research, publications, and exhibitions that push design’s ability to create public awareness and give rise to change—a practice Jeanne calls “actionable idealism.” A new monograph of her Studio’s work, Studio Gang: Architecture, was published by Phaidon this spring.
A MacArthur Fellow and a Professor in Practice at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Jeanne has been honored with the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award in Architecture and was named one of the most influential people in the world by TIME magazine.
THIS EVENT IS CO-PRESENTED AND CO-SPONSORED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE AND AIA EAST BAY AS PART OF THE SPRING 2021 BERKELEY ARCHITECTURE LECTURE SERIES AND COLLEGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN LECTURE SERIES. OPEN TO ALL!
A video recording of this lecture will be available on the CED Vimeo Channel within 5 days of the lecture date.