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Perspectives on Practice

Tue, Feb 2, 2016    6:30pm

An Arch + UD Career Services Panel Discussion

“Perspectives who Practice” will consider the post-GSAPP career trajectories of the panelists with a critical focus on licensure. As the field of architecture begins to expand, GSAPP graduates are finding employment in the burgeoning tech and visualization fields where licensure is not always necessary. However, having a license does not always ensure a “traditional” architecture career path. A variety of perspectives on the panel will foster critical discussion around the function of licensure in contemporary architecture practice.

James Graham: Director of GSAPP Publications, GSAPP adjunct assistant professor and PhD candidate

Panelists: + Nicole Mater: M.Arch ‘15, Architectural Designer at Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
+ Austin Eun Sakong: M.Arch '11, Designer at FXFowle.
+ Simon McGown: M.Arch '12, Owner Co-Office
+ Troy Conrad Therrien: M.Arch '09, GSAPP adjunct professor and Curator, Architecture and Digital Initiatives at at the Guggenheim Museum
+ Joesph Brenner: M.Arch '13, GSAPP adjunct assistant professor and Founder of Joseph Brennan Design Workshop