- 2006 Master of Architecture: Harvard University Graduate School of Design
- 1999 Bachelor of Art: Yale University
- ARCH 131: Basic Design Studio
- ARCH 132: Basic Design Studio
- ARCH 497: Collaborative Master Planning
- ARCH 521: Visual Communication I
- ARCH 522: Visual Communication II
Duration and creative production in built environment related to spaces for performance and adaptive reuse; relationship between memory, ideation, and drawing; intersections of architectural design and urban landscape
Exhibitions + Presentations
“Hyperdimensional Investigations: Robert Reed’s Curriculum and the Legacy of the Bauhaus Pedagogy.” Bauhaus Transfers, State College, PA, 2019
“Rubber Bands and Chalk Dust: A Conversation with the Students of Robert Reed,” Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, 2019
“Robert Reed Drawing Workshops.” University Park, PA (20 instructors, 180 students) New York, NY, 2019 (10 instructors, 100 students), 2019
“Subjective Spaces: Drawings and Collages by Robert Reed.” Palmer Museum of Art, University Park, PA, 2019
“Spaces For Creative Production: Experimental Theatre, Adaptive Re-use, and Institutional Identity,” Dramatic Architectures Conference, Centro de Estudos Arnaldo Araújo, Porto, Portugal, 2014
Braasch, Cathy. “Hyperdimensional Investigations: Robert Reed’s Curriculum and the Legacy of the Bauhaus Pedagogy.” Cloud-Cuckoo-Land, vol. 24., no. 39, Bauhaus Transfers, 2019, pp. 165–183.
Braasch, Cathy. “Spaces for Creative Production: Experimental Theatre, Adaptive Re-use, and Institutional Identity.” Persona, vol. 4, 2018, pp. 25-32.