The Graphics Project is an annual series of discussions, tutorials, and workshops designed to give students the tools to organize and represent their work and prepare their final portfolios. Workshops are required for AAD and 3rd year M.Arch candidates but open to all GSAPP students.

The panel Architectural Narratives kicks off Graphics Projects 2017 on Friday, January 27th at 1pm in Wood Auditorium with a discussion of current modes of architectural storytelling, from social media to photography and filmmaking, digital visualization to immersive experience and VR. The discussion is moderated by Cassim Shepard, founder of Urban Omnibus with presentations by Rama Allen (The Mill), Kai-Uwe Bergmann (Bjarke Ingels Group), and architectural photographer James Ewing.

The first weekend of Graphics Project workshops (January 28th and 29th) include typography and layout, narrative, model photography, and Indesign. These workshops are open to all GSAPP students. The second weekend of workshops (February 4th and 5th) include one-on-one portfolio review sessions with recent graduates and presentations on their prize winning portfolios. These sessions are open to GSAPP students with an anticipated graduation in 2017 (students must attend the first weekend to participate in the portfolio reviews). Portfolio review sessions include advising on theoretical framing and design, students are expected to bring printed copies of their portfolios.

The following weekend on February 11th, Career Services will host an Internship Career Fair where you will have an opportunity to present your professional portfolio. Submit your resume and work sample here.

Graphics Project 2017 Survey