Each year the Stuckeman School Lecture and Exhibit Series hosts dynamic, thought-provoking professionals, educators, builders, artists, and icons from the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, and graphic design. We house exhibits showcasing spectacular projects and bodies of work that challenge us to achieve more than just the obvious or adequate. Our guest lecturers and exhibitors come from around the world, and span disciplines and approaches to reveal new ideas and technologies, provide professional focus, and inspire.
All lectures and events are free and open to the public. All lectures take place in the Stuckeman Family Building Jury Space, unless otherwise noted. Exhibits are housed in the school's Willard Rouse Gallery.
September 25, 2019
Dongsei Kim, "The Demilitarized Zone as a Proving Ground"
October 2, 2019, Freeman Auditorim, HUB
Bracken Lecture: Jack Dangermond, "Geography and Landscape: The Foundations for Geodesign”
The Heads of State