News

SOHO: ART AND MEMORY IN A CHANGING NEIGHBORHOOD

The Memories of Manhattan series continues with an in-person panel discussion with Yukie Ohta, Aaron Shkuda, and Hanne Tierney about SoHo on Wednesday, May 15 at 6 pm EDT.

The Renee & Chaim Gross Foundation / 526 LaGuardia Place New York, NY 10012

This program focuses on SoHo and its drastic changes…

Private Lives, Public Stories: Trenton in the 1960s
Six Student Documentary ShortsPrivate Lives, Public Stories: Trenton in the 1960s
Thursday, May 9 · 6 to 8 PM
Betts Auditorium · School of Architecture · Princeton Universityfree · open to the public · refreshments

History 202 and The Trenton Project cordially invite you to the final screening of this year’s short

Fall 2024 Courses in Urbanism

Fall 2024 Courses in Urbanism / Registration opens April 16. Click on the course name to go directly to the registrar listing.

 

Interdisciplinary Design Studio / ARC 205 URB 205 LAS 225 ENV…
Class Close-Up: Stepping Out to Understand Affordable Housing
Princeton Alumni Weekly focus on Aaron Shkuda's course "Affordable Housing in the United States" [URB 384 AMS 386 HIS 340 ARC 387]

By Julie Bonette

Though 98% of Princeton undergraduates live on campus, the current turbulence of the country’s housing…

Nothing Permanent: Modern Architecture in California
Nothing Permanent: Modern Architecture in California A discussion with author Todd Cronan and Daniel Abramson, Boston University and current IAS Scholar Monday, April 8 at 12pm / Betts Auditorium

A critical look at the competing motivations behind one of modern architecture’s most widely known and misunderstood movements…