The SAAHP Public Events Series brings the public and the School together to address issues and works of noted people in the arts, architecture and historic preservation. Several formats -- evening lectures, day-long or weekend conferences, and multi-week exhibits— are employed each semester to foster discussion and to be available for reflection for the School, University and community.
August 29 – September 28
“Transplace: Between Painting and Collage”, Ernest Jolicoeur, Artist, Salve Regina University & Rhode Island College
October 10 – 30
"Breathing Architecture", WOHA, Singapore
November 7 – 30
"encodings", John Ronan, AIA, John Ronan Architects, Chicago
"Transplace: Between Painting and Collage", Ernest Jolicoeur, Salve Regina University and Rhode Island College
"The Future of the Past: Negotiating between Continuity and Contrast", Steven Semes, Associate Professor, School of Architecture at the University of Notre Dame
October 16 – CAS 157
"Breathing Architecture", Richard Hassell, Co-Founding Director, WOHA, Singapore
"MAPS≠SPAM", Enrique Larrañaga, Architect, Caracas, Venezuela
"encodings", John Ronan, John Ronan Architects, Chicago
"Mutual Influence: Pecha Kucha", SAAHP Faculty and Student presentations
"Preservation Education Conference: Sharing Best Practices and Finding Common Ground"
Biltmore Hotel, Providence, R.I.
Hosted by Roger Williams University, School of Architecture, Art and Historic Preservation
Recent SAAHP Public Events Calendars
Exhibitions held in ARCH 121 – SAAHP Exhibition Gallery Monday through Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Lectures held in ARCH 132 – The DF Pray Foundation Lecture Theater at 6:00pm unless otherwise noted