2020 USCA Research Symposium

04/16/20 8:00AM

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  • Thursday, April 16, 2020

    8:00AM - 6:00PM
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The virtual symposium will begin on April 16 at 8:00am on Zoom.



ART + TECH + ENVIRONMENT: Integrated Design for a Regenerative and Resilient Built Environment


Building upon its century-long tradition of innovative research, the USC School of Architecture (USCA) is emerging with new initiatives focused on research and creative work in leading-edge building technologies, landscape and ecology, sustainability, urbanism, and housing. 


The first annual USCA Research Symposium, on April 16, 2020, offers an opportunity to think broadly about the fertile interchange between Art, Technology, and the Environment, and seeks to convene a range of alternative approaches as offered by artists, architects, landscape architects, designers, technologists, planners, historians, and critics by framing discussions about design, resilience, and sustainability in the context of interdisciplinary creative and environmental practice.


In a time when pedagogical and disciplinary boundaries are disappearing and merging, we invite participants to think about their discipline in relation to another, and to build meaningful dialogue about the ways in which collaborations between art, tech, and the environment can begin to address some of the most pressing climate challenges of our day. Exploring Methodologies, Pedagogies and Practice, USCA invites proposals for presentations about integrative research, practice, and curricula that explore the intersections, synergies, and interfaces between arts, environments, technology and their influence on design, resilience, and sustainability.


With a diverse and talented faculty and student body, the USC Architecture research symposium provides a meaningful effort to boost the research culture within the School, and to contribute to the development of research platforms that enhance collaborative endeavors between programs, disciplines, and practices.


For further information or inquiry, please email Kay Chang (kaychang@usc.edu).