This week we added zines about Asian American diaspora, moving karaoke and group dance activities online during quarantine, the manager of Chicago zine hub Quimby's, "bad" zines, poems about lovers, River Phoenix and Gus Van Sant, an anxious New Zealand teen, gender nonconformity, self-care for teens, and Sri Lankan architect Minnette de Silva.
A Reimagining Brooklyn Bridge Competition winner, the architecture and psychology major shares her vision for a New York City landmark.
Congratulations to our alumna, Anda French (BC’02), on winning the Progressive Architecture (P/A) Award! Anda and her sister, Jenny French, are co-founders of French 2D, an architecture studio located in Boston. Their award-winning project is Bay State Commons Cohousing located in Malden, Massachusetts, which was featured in the March 2020 issue of Architect Magazine.
Joshua Foster (CC'16) is currently an Architectural Designer at KFA Architecture where he passionately works on both affordable and market-rate housing projects throughout Los Angeles, CA. In addition to his work as a designer, Joshua is on the board of the Southern California chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), a speaker on the topics of Architecture and Community Impact Entrepreneurship, and an entrepreneur who has co-founded multiple community-focused ventures, including MintMAG.
"Crip Camp is not only a film about the disability rights movement but one in which the experience, voice, and perspective of disabled individuals leads the narrative throughout."
Galán will be participating in the 17th International Architecture Exhibition alongside Matilde Cassani (Architectural Association), Iván L. Munuera (Princeton University), and Joel Sanders (Yale University). The exhibit is curated by Hashim Sarkis.
In light of the current global situation surrounding COVID-19, the Biennale Architettura has been postponed. The exhibit will be held from August 29th through November 29th.