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Stuckeman School Lecture Lineup

Petter Eisenman lecture is crowded Jury Space of the Stuckeman School.

global. dynamic. inspiring.

The Stuckeman School welcomes dynamic, thought-provoking professionals, educators, builders, and artists from the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, and graphic design throughout the academic year. 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.

2020–21 lectures + exhibits lineup

Fall 2020

  • Pia Simmendinger | 8/25/20 | 3:30pm
    Architecture, Corbelletti Competition
  • Juanca Cristaldo | 9/9/20 | 6:00pm
    Landscape Architecture, Bracken Lecture
  • Meredith Davis | 9/11/2020 | 1:30pm
    Graphic Design
  • Molly Oberholtzer |10/2/2020 | 1:30pm
    Graphic Design
  • Jenny Sabin | 10/21/20 | 6:00pm
    Architecture
  • Mark Jarzombek | 10/28/20 | 6:00pm
    Architecture
  • Cem S. Kayatekin | 11/11/20 | 6:00pm
    Architecture, Kossman Lecture
  • Lukas Fúster | 11/18/20 | 6:00pm
    Architecture
  • Victoria Gerson | 11/20/2020 | 1:30pm
    Graphic Design
    Pre-registration

Spring 2021

  • Pablo Castro (Obra Architects) | 1/27/2021 | 6:00pm
    Architecture
  • Design Army | 2/5/2021 | 1:30pm
    Graphic Design
  • Lois Weinthal | 2/10/21 | 6:00pm
    Architecture
  • Laurie Olin | 2/24/21 | 6:00pm
    Landscape Architecture, Bracken Fellow Lecture
  • Local Office Landscape & Urban Design | 3/17/21 | 6:00pm
    Landscape Architecture, Bracken Lecture
  • Giorgia Lupi | 3/19/2021 | 1:30pm
    Graphic Design
  • The Black Reconstruction Collective: Emanuel Admassu, Germane Barnes, Sekou Cooke, J. Yolande Daniels, Felecia Davis, Mario Gooden, Walter Hood, Olalekan Jeyifous, V. Mitch McEwen, and Amanda Williams | 3/24/2021 | 6:00pm
    Architecture

Attending an event

All lectures and events are free and open to the public. For Fall 2020, all lectures will be livestreamed via Zoom. Once on-site events resume, all lectures take place in the Stuckeman Family Building Jury Space. Exhibits are housed in the school’s Willard Rouse Gallery.

The Stuckeman School encourages qualified persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact Jamie Behers at jlf47@psu.edu in advance of your participation or visit.

A student looking at various framed artwork displayed along a gallery wall.

Past Lectures + Exhibits

2019–20 Lectures

  • Dongsei Kim
  • Jack Dangermond
  • The Heads of State
  • Studio Sumo
  • Sara Zewde
  • KAUH
  • Gabe Kean
  • Dream the Combine

2019–20 Exhibits

  • The Heads of State

2018–19 Lectures

  • Hugo Dworzak
  • Ben Austen
  • Ina Saltz
  • Emily McCoy
  • Julian Raxworthy
  • Marc Treib
  • Ryan Bollom
  • Keisuke Oka
  • Phil Choo
  • Brad Cloepfil
  • Robert Reed: Ingrid Schaffner+Clint Jukkala
  • Craig Buckley
  • Ceci Johnson
  • Liat Margolis
  • Larry Gorenflo

2018–19 Exhibits

  • Ina Saltz – Typographic Tattoos
  • Keisuke Oka – “Arimasuton-Biru”
  • Robert Reed
  • Liat Margolis

2017–18

  • Art Chantry
  • Frank Baseman
  • DUST (C. Hayes + J. Robles)
  • Paul Karasik
  • E+D Symposium // Ecology and Design Collaborative
  • Luba Lukova
  • Roger Duffy
  • Hadas Steiner
  • Stefanie Pender
  • Georgios Artopolous
  • Ruchira Gupta
  • Grace Cheung
  • Elaine Molinar
  • Ken Smith, 2017-18 Bracken Fellow

2016–17

  • Mike Webb, Corbelletti Competition
  • Michael Fox
  • Peggy Deamer, Kossman Lecturer
  • Richard T.T. Forman, Bracken Fellow
  • David Gouverneur
  • Jason Lutes
  • “City, Energy, Information” Symposium
  • Peter Cook
  • Martha Thorne
  • Shannon Nichol, Bracken Lecturer
  • karlssonwilker

2015–16

  • Peter Eisenman
  • Todd Kohli
  • Paul Karasik
  • Maria Hurtado de Mendoza, estudio.entresitio, Kossman Competition Juror
  • Mark Focht, University Alumni Fellow
  • Amale Andraos & Dan Wood
  • Tim Beatley, Bracken Fellow
  • Giorgia Aquilar, A.E. Bye Fellow
  • David Cunningham
  • James Kruhly
  • Pezo von Ellrichshausen
  • Christy Ten Eyck, Bracken Lecturer
  • Chaz Maviyane-Davies
  • Thomas Knüvener & Johannes Böttger, Bracken Lecturers
  • Skylar Tibbits, SCDC Lecturer
  • Martino Stierli
  • Nader Tehrani, NCMA Lecturer

Palmer Museum Director Erin Coe
Dec 3

Insight: Museum Conversations - How Exhibitions Are Made

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Insight: Museum Conversations - How Exhibitions Are Made Thursday, December 3, 4:00 p.m. Link to join: https://psu.zoom.us/j/92103082947 Ever wonder about the process of curating an

Events

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The Sustainability Teaching Roundtable Series Session 6: Teaching Arts and Architecture in the Anthropocene

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Feb 8

The Sustainability Teaching Roundtable Series is organized by Mihyun Kang, a research professor and director for sustainability in the College of Arts and Architecture, and


Stuckeman School Career Day

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A student interacting with a firm representative at a past Stuckeman School Career Day.
Feb 15

The Stuckeman School Career Day is a vibrant event that enables professional firms to interact directly with the School’s award-winning students. The event presents a


The Sustainability Teaching Roundtable Series Session 7: SoVA Studio for Sustainability and Social Action

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Graphic of multicolor “Sustainability” wheel against a solid blue background.
Mar 1

The Sustainability Teaching Roundtable Series is organized by Mihyun Kang, a research professor and director for sustainability in the College of Arts and Architecture, and


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