Taubman College

Lecture Series

All lectures are free and open to the public, unless noted. All lectures will be held in the Art + Architecture Auditorium, 6:00 PM unless otherwise noted. All lecture dates and times are subject to change.

Recordings of past lectures are published to Vimeo. Prior to Fall 2010, lectures are available via iTunes U, which are being relocated to Vimeo. Videos are posted usually within two weeks from the date of the lecture.

Winter 2014 Lecture Series Poster
University of Michigan
January 10
Eric Owen Moss
Over the rainbow
January 16
Rafael Lozano Hemmer
January 17
Jimenez Lai
Piles of Parts followed by the "Possible Mediums" exhibition opening
January 23
Michael Graves
Patients First! Michael Graves' Case for Humanistic Solutions in Healthcare Design
January 24
John Macarthur
The Revenge of the Picturesque, redux followed by the "In a Garden Grows a Line" exhibition opening
January 30
Candy Chang
Transforming Our Cities Through Art and Design
February 13
Bjørn Sletto
Duty to Map: Insurgent Cartographies and the Struggle for Rights and Resources
(Emerging Voices Lecture)
February 14
February 21
John Forester
Complexity and Practical Improvisation in Planning: Lessons from Three Cases
March 14
David Belt
One Thing Leads To Another
March 21
Timur Galen
We Are the Context
March 25
Winy Maas
What's Next?
March 28
David Leopold
Getting to Great Streets: The Role of Planners in Creating Sustainable Urban Infrastructure
March 28
Fernando Romero
(John Dinkeloo Memorial Lecture)
April 2
Rachel Armstrong
Against dualism: Amnesty with machines
(Wallenberg Studio Lecture)
April 4
Panos Leventis
Walls of Crisis: Street Art and Urban Fabric in Central Athens, 2000-2012
April 11
Denise Scott Brown (Moved to Fall 2014)
April 15
David and Im Schafer
(Charles and Ray Eames Lecture)

For more on these events, visit taubmancollege.umich.edu/events

Event Supporters

Benard L. Maas Foundation, Guido A. Binda Lecture and Exhibition Fund, John Dinkeloo Memorial Lecture Fund, Raoul Wallenberg Lecture Fund, Frances and Gilbert P. Schafer Visiting Professionals Fund, J. Robert Swanson Fund, Taubman College Enrichment Fund, Taubman College Lecture Fund