The Art of Architecture: Hand Drawing and Design

Location: University of Notre Dame - McKenna

A conference exploring the role of hand drawing in architectural history, education, and practice.

September 29 – October 1, 2016

Sponsored by the University of Notre Dame School of Architecture

Featuring:

  • Nicholas Carr, author of The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains – “Underestimating the Human: The Limits of Automation”
  • Graham Wyatt, Principal at Robert A.M. Stern Architects – “Models as Three-Dimensional Sketches”
  • Joseph Connors, Harvard University Dept. of History of Art and Architecture, author of Borromini and the Roman Oratory – “Borromini and the Graphite Revolution in Early Modern Architectural Drawing”

Visit ArtofArchitecture.nd.edu to register. 

Conference Schedule - Subject to change

 

Thursday, September 29

6:00pm       Nicholas Carr, “Underestimating the Human: The Limits of Automation”

7:30pm       Reception

Friday, September 30

8:00am         Continental breakfast

9:00am         Workshops Session 1

10:15am       Morning break

10:45am       Graham Wyatt, “Models as Three-Dimensional Sketches”

12:15pm       Lunch

1:45pm         Workshops Session 2

3:00pm         Afternoon break

3:30pm         Workshops Session 3

5:00pm         Joseph Connors, “Borromini and the Graphite Revolution in Early Modern Architectural Drawing”

6:30pm         Reception at the Bond Hall School of Architecture

Dinner on your own

Saturday, October 1 

8:00am         Continental breakfast

9:00am         Workshops Session 4

10:15am       Morning break

10:45am       Workshops Session 5

12:00pm       Closing remarks