With a fresh and dynamic lineup of internationally renowned thought leaders each semester, the Lectures and Exhibitions series is considered the signature public event series of the School of Architecture.
 
Experts in architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, sustainable design, architectural history, and other allied disciplines will present lectures that explore career trajectories and pivotal projects, share perspectives on the future of design, and offer a range of models for socially just practice. 

LECTURES   
Lectures begin at 5:00pm unless otherwise noted. 

Wednesday, January 31
Anupama Kundoo
Anupama Kundoo Architects, Auroville and Madrid
Goldsmith Hall 3.120
 
Monday, February 12 Postponed to Monday, April 9
Jimenez Lai
Bureau Spectacular, Los Angeles
Goldsmith Hall 3.120

Monday, February 26
Michael Ford
BRANDNU Design, Detroit
Jessen Auditorium
 
Wednesday, March 7
Christine Ten Eyck
Ten Eyck Landscape Architects, Austin
Goldsmith Hall 3.120
 
Wednesday, March 21
Jeffrey Day
Min|Day, San Francisco and Omaha
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Goldsmith Hall 3.120
 
Wednesday, April 11
Andrew Kudless
Matsys, Oakland
California College of the Arts
Goldsmith Hall 3.120
 
Wednesday, April 18
Amy Campos and Deborah Schneiderman
Amy Campos Architect, San Francisco
California College of the Arts
and
deSc, Brooklyn
Pratt Institute
Goldsmith Hall 3.120
 
Monday, April 23
The Jean and Bill Booziotis Lecture in Architecture
Tatiana Bilbao
Tatiana Bilbao Estudio, Mexico City
Jessen Auditorium
 
EXHIBITIONS
Exhibitions are located in the Mebane Gallery in Goldsmith Hall, open Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm. 

Time for Timber
January 24 – February 28
Curated by Ulrich Dangel, Meadows Foundation Centennial Fellow in Architecture, Center for American Architecture and Design, The University of Texas at Austin
Opening reception Wednesday, January 24 at 5:00pm
 
Symposium Friday, February 16, 1:00-6:30pm, featuring:
Michelle Addington, Dean and Henry M. Rockwell Chair in Architecture, The University of Texas at Austin
Grace Jeffers, Artist| Writer| Historian, New York
Jan-Peter Koppitz, Engineer, Arup, San Francisco
Andrew Waugh, Principal, Waugh Thistleton Architects, London
 
Sponsored by the Center for American Architecture and Design at The University of Texas at Austin.
 
Machinic Domains
April 4-27
Curated by Kory Bieg, Clay Odom, and Benjamin Rice, The University of Texas at Austin
Gallery talk and opening reception Wednesday, April 4 at 5:00pm

Goldsmith Hall is located at the intersection of 22nd Street and Guadalupe Street.
Jessen Auditorium is located in Homer Rainey Hall, Room 2.104, at 21st Street and University Avenue.