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  • Almost Familiar Forms

    Almost Familiar Forms.
    san francisco CALIFORNIA

    Almost Familiar Forms is a three-part event presented by CCA’s Architecture division composed of an opening event discussion and reception, followed by a two-day workshop, and culminating in a keynote lecture by Dora Epstein Jones (SCI-Arc), presented as part of the Architecture Division Lecture Series.

    workshop & lecture: Almost Familiar Forms with Kristy Balliet, Andrew HOLDER, Clark THENHAUS, and Dora EPSTEIN JONES.
    Friday, 02/19 (5:15 p.m. opening) – Monday, 02/22
    California College of the Arts
    1111 Eighth Street
    San Francisco, CA 94107

    Workshops will be led by Andrew Holder (Harvard GSD) and Kristy Balliet (Ohio State).

    Almost Familiar Forms foregrounds typology as an intellectual and operative medium, yet pauses to question the relevance of typology today: What is the role of typology after robust experimentation on the possibilities of topology in design research? What new types are being developed, or how have old types splintered into new areas of disciplined study? What is typology’s efficacy in contemporary design research and practice? How might typology establish new relationships between aesthetics, form, and context?

    Friday 2/19
    5:30-7 p.m. | Workshop Leaders Introductory Lectures (Timken Lecture Hall)
    7 p.m. | Reception (Timken Lecture Hall)

    Saturday 2/20
    (East 4 & 5 rooms, the Nave)
    10 a.m.–6 p.m. Workshop (includes lunch break)

    Sunday 2/21
    (East 4 & 5 rooms, the Nave)
    10 a.m.-6 p.m. | Workshop
    11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. | Critics Inside Look

    Monday 2/22
    4-7 p.m. | Exhibition of work from workshops (the Nave)
    5-7 p.m. | Conversation with Critics, Keynote & Workshop (Timken Lecture Hall)
    7 p.m. | Keynote: Dora Epstein Jones (Timken Lecture Hall — part of Architecture Division Lecture Series)

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