Summer Exhibitions at Architecture Center Houston
July 31, 2014 - September 26, 2014
315 Capitol, Suite 120
Houston, TE 77002
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2014 AIA Houston Design Awards
An exhibit featuring the 2014 Design Award winners. Click here for more information.
2014 Student Biennial
This exhibit will feature student work from 7 of the 8 accredited architecture programs in the State of Texas (University of Houston, Rice University, Prairie View A&M University, Texas A&M University, Texas Tech, University of Texas at Austin, University of Texas at San Antonio.) Each school will select its best work for the exhibition. During the run of the exhibit AIA Houston will host its annual Back to School Bash for architecture students and ArCH will coordinate an alumni panel. This is the only recurring program in Texas that brings all these institutions together to promote student achievement and discuss education and the future of the profession. A special invitation is extended to local area high school teachers and students as the exhibit is a great resource to those considering architecture as a future major.
with Professor Elinor Evans
1964-1991, Rice University
These works by students in The Rice University School of Architecture are examples of design problems given by esteemed artist and educator Elinor Evans, Albert K. and Harry K. Smith Professor Emerita of Architecture, during her tenure as professor from 1964-1991. Ms. Evans taught First Year Design Studio to Rice School of Architecture undergraduate as well as graduate students, and Drawing to students in the Rice School of Continuing Studies.
This exhibit accompanies the celebration of the 100th birthday of Ms Evans, on August 4, 2014.
Other celebration events include:
“Elinor Evans: Some Truths to Learn from Leaves,” at Moody Gallery, Houston, July 12–August 9
Kick-off of Elinor Evans Centennial Scholarship Fund, Rice University, August 3
Rice Homecoming Exhibit and Reception Anderson Hall, Rice University, November 9
ArCH Members will receive 1 MIP point when they sign-in at these exhibitions. Membership is free and you can sign-up when you RSVP online for this event.