The Harvard Graduate School of Design has announced its Fall 2015 program of lectures, panels, and conferences, which will kick off next Thursday evening, September 3 with a lecture by the GSD’s Farshid Moussavi (MArch ’91), professor in practice of architecture. Among other highlights of the semester are lectures by scenic designer Scott Pask and artist Richard Tuttle, through the GSD’s Rouse Visiting Artist Program; the Thursday, September 24 discussion “The Challenge of Change: The Future of Havana,” moderated by associate professor of urban planning Michael Hooper; and the October 9–10 conference “Black in Design,” organized by the GSD’s African American Student Union (AASU).
The Fall 2015 program also includes a number of exhibitions, including “Bang Bang Bang: Housing Policy and the Geography of Fatal Police Encounters,” which opens Monday, August 31 and runs through October 18. The Fall 2015 main exhibition “Living Anatomy” opened Monday, August 24 and runs semester-long.
For more information, consult the Fall 2015 poster (designed by Thumb—Luke Bulman), available in Gund Hall or online. Full event descriptions will be soon be available at gsd.harvard.edu/events.