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Stories Uncovered: Research Findings on Maryland’s Early Minority Architects
October 26, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pmFree
1.5 AIA/CES LUs available
The “Early Women of Architecture in Maryland” exhibit will be showcased at Morgan State University (MSU) in their Center for the Built Environment & Infrastructure Studies during Baltimore Architecture Month (on view Monday–Friday Oct 1-28 between 8am – 5pm). In conjunction with the exhibition, Jillian Storms, AIA, the exhibit’s curator, and MSU professor Dale Glenwood Green will share a special presentation Wednesday October 26 (6:00-7:30pm)on the latest research findings on the professional lives of Maryland’s early women and African American architects.
Dale Glenwood Green is a Professor of Architecture and Historic Preservation at MSU’s School of Architecture + Planning and is teaching an undergraduate course this semester in Maryland’s early black architects. Green earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture and Environmental Design from Morgan State University, a Masters of Architecture and Historic Preservation from the University of Illinois at Urban-Champaign and a Ph.D. ABD in Architectural Studies in Historic Preservation from the University of Missouri at Columbia. He is a Partner with Sulton Campbell Britt & Associates, P.C. an Architecture, Historic Preservation, Planning and LEED consulting firm based in Washington, DC and Baltimore.
Jillian Storms, AIA, both organized the volunteer research effort and curated the “Early Women of Architecture in Maryland” traveling exhibit. In the past, she has served as Chair of the Women in Architecture Committee of the AIA Baltimore Chapter; as President of the Baltimore Architecture Foundation, and as co-chair of the Friends of Maryland Olmsted Parks & Landscapes’ Inventory and Research Committee. She has a Master of Architecture from the University of Oregon and a Bachelors in Urban Studies & Planning from Goucher College where she picked up her penchant for research. Currently, she serves on the AIA Baltimore Board of Directors and is a School Facilities Architect for the Maryland State Department of Education.
The event free and open to the public and is co-sponsored by The Baltimore Architecture Foundation, the EQUITY Committee of AIABaltimore, and MSU’s Student Chapter of the National Organization Of Minority Architects (NOMA). Lite refreshments will be served.