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More fall 2020 virtual lectures and talks to mark on your calendar – ArchPaper

Here are even more online fall lectures to watch as the weather turns cold, as even more schools have made their schedules available.

Online-only public programming enables architecture schools to reach a more geographically disparate audience than they might normally reach. (Sergey Zolkin/Unsplash
Online-only public programming enables architecture schools to reach a more geographically disparate audience than they might normally reach. (Sergey Zolkin/Unsplash

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Although some architecture and design schools have been a bit late in announcing their respective public lecture series line-ups for the 2020 fall semester for obvious reasons, new and noteworthy additions continue to roll in and as (largely virtual) classes commence across the country.

Adding to our previous list that included upcoming virtual programming from the likes of Harvard GSD, the University of Southern California, Carnegie Mellon, and others, here are a generous handful of more lectures and talks for your socially-distanced autumn enlightenment.

AN will continue to add to this list as more lecture series are finalized and announced. Specific dates and times can be confirmed on the events pages of each respective school/program, and all are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. Most events require advance registration.

The Cooper Union

Kicking off The Cooper Union’s fall 2020 virtual programming schedule are talks by/between Rania Ghosn and Elisa Iturbe, Nicholas Galanin, Pamela Ronald and Raoul Adamchak, Mary Robinson and Rhiana Gunn-Wright, Omar Gowayed and Kendra Krueger, and others as part of Cooper Union x Climate Week 2020, a series of free lectures and events “addressing our shared future through the lens of global Green New Deals, environmental racism, and community action.” The series begins on September 18.

The Southern California Institute of Architecture

SCI-Arc’s virtual fall 2020 public lecture series kicks off September 16 with Ghana-born British architect—and 2018 RIBA President contender—Elsie Owusu, and continues through early December with livestreamed presentations from Ruha Benjamin, Charles L. Davis II, Andrés Jaque, Frida Escobedo, Jack Halberstam, Dominic and Christopher Leong, Trevor McFedries, Yinka Ilori, and Graham Harman in conversation with Sylvia Lavin.

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