Crosstalk: Conversations on Architecture and Citizenship

Presented with the Chicago Architecture Biennial
Saturday, September 16, 6:00 p.m.9:00 p.m.
LeRoy Neiman Center
37 S. Wabash Ave
Chicago, IL
United States
Image credit David Schalliol

Guest participants:
Keith Krumwiede, Scott Fortino, David Schalliol, Carlos Roa, Katherine Darnstadt, Paola Aguirre

SAIC Student Participants:
Adrien Logeay, Amy Wu, Carrie Jim, Ian Wong, Jessica Moon, Kekeli Sumah, Lily Hernandez, Louisa Zheng, Maria Quiroz, Olive Ouyang

SAIC faculty advisors: Ann Lui & Ellen Grimes

This conference encourages inquiry into the role of architects in responding to and crafting contemporary understandings of citizenship and belonging. The event is organized by the School’s chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students (NOMAS), with support from faculty advisors Ellen Grimes and Ann Lui. A series of 20-minute roundtable discussions between CAB participants and other Chicago architects and SAIC students will be run throughout the afternoon.


This lecture has been approved for 3.5 LU/HSW by AIA Chicago

Presented with the Chicago Architecture Biennial