Urban artist and activist Caledonia Curry—better known by her artist name “Swoon”—opened the Loeb Fellowship 45th anniversary and alumni weekend by discussing the role of art in activism and her personal shift toward art that serves a practical purpose. “I had this really gnawing feeling where we just moved mountains, where we just raised insane…
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The Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD), along with global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will and Phil Freelon LF ’90, Managing and Design Director of the firm’s North Carolina practice, announces the establishment of the Phil Freelon Fellowship Fund at the GSD
The 2002 Loeb Fellow speaks to GSD’s Class of 2015.
Lowe will address graduating students and their families on May 27.
Meet the nine Fellows who will comprise the new class.
The architect, educator, and activist will assume his new post in January 2016, succeeding James Stockard, who served as Curator for 17 years.
Loeb Fellows joined studio students and students in the MDes Critical Conservation program in Agra, India.
Going from covering suburban planning-board meetings to witnessing sectarian violence in the Balkans may not seem like the most obvious career path, but for Saffron, it was a natural progression that ultimately led to her current role as the architecture critic for the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Michael Adlerstein LF ’86, the assistant secretary-general in charge of the historic renovation of the UN Headquarters, hosted members of the Sert Council for a private tour of the newly unveiled landmark.