When: Friday, April 05, 2013 6:15 PM - 7:30 PM
Where: Architecture : Free and open to all. : Auditorium 0204
Event Type(s): Art Exhibition,Lecture
Critically acclaimed artist and UMD alum Evan Roth (B.S. Architecture '00) returns to campus this Friday to discuss how hacker philosophies can be applied to making art online, in the gallery and in the city. Roth's lecture, "Public Space, White Walls and the Internet," will take place April 5, 2013, 6:15 pm in the Architecture Building Auditorium at the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
The lecture coincides with a solo show of Roth's work, Casual Computing, on display at the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation's Kibel Gallery through May 10. This is Roth's first time displaying work at the University of Maryland since he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture in 2000.This exhibition, curated by Associate Professor of Architecture Ronit Eisenbach and designed by Eisenbach and Gallery Assistant Kristen Fox (M.ARCH '13), is an exciting homecoming for the artist.
For more information, contact:
Christine Cestello Hinojosa
School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
+1 301 405 6286