Students and faculty came together over Zoom on Friday, May 15, to celebrate the end of the semester and all the hard work put in by the Architecture & Design Program students.
In normal circumstances, the Architecture & Design Program would host an in-studio exhibition. Students’ projects would be printed and hung up in the DIS studios so that community members could walk around and take in the work, listening to students explain their projects and their process throughout the semester.
This year, on opening day, the exhibition was held remotely due to COVID-19. Each studio had a student representative share their projects. Despite the circumstances, there was a sense of contentment and pride for all the hard work put in this semester.
“I salute the students for their resilience and stamina, and encourage them to remember that they will be the ones who will solve this and other crises, one design at a time,” said Henning Martin-Thomsen, the Program Director of Architecture & Design.
The online exhibition was a faculty-driven initiative. A big thanks goes out to DIS faculty member, Morten Noer Andersen who arranged the exhibition alongside Architecture & Design Program Assistants, Nina Park and Brian Helms.
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