School Of Architecture Professor W.G. Clark To Give A Public Talk
August 26, 2004 --
WHO: W.G. Clark, Edmund Shurman Campbell Professor of Architecture
WHAT: Lecture – Recent Work
Sept. 10, 5 p.m.
Hall, Room 153
of Virginia School of Architecture Professor W. G. Clark will
give a public lecture Friday, Sept. 10 at
5 p.m. in Campbell
Hall, Room 153. Clark’s
talk, “Recent Projects,” will feature designs for an addition
to U.Va.’s architecture school, an affordable housing competition,
new houses and the Mountain Hut Competition, a wilderness base camp facility
stays in the Palisade Glacier in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains.
graduating from U.Va.’s School of Architecture, Clark started
a successful architectural practice in Charleston, S.C. before returning
to his alma mater
to teach and open W.G. Clark and Associates in Charlottesville.
work has been published extensively and is the focus of “Clark
and Menefee,” a book by Richard Jensen. He has won numerous
awards and competitions, including three national design awards from
of Architects and a 1983 competition for the New Orleans Museum of
Art. Time magazine has twice listed him as one of America’s
best designers and the Architectural League of New York included
their 1986 list of “40
lecture details and information about the U.Va. School of Architecture,
contact Derry Wade at (434) 982-2921, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Web site at http://www.virginia.edu/arch.
Jane Ford, (434) 924-4298