Jackie Ying won an award in Singapore for academic inventors
Patty Jenkins was chosen by MSN as one of the 41 people who inspired us in 2017
Sol Sax A’92 is the creator of stained glass work in the MTA at the Halsey Station on the J line.
Daniel Hall, current CU AR student, won RIBA Silver Medal
Jennifer Lee AR’97 and Pablo Castro, OBRA architect’s INDIFFERENT PAVILION, commissioned for the Biennale d’Architecture d’Orléans. .
Zev Salomon AR’01 and his latest project Lincoln Park are featured in Crains Chicago Business.
Kim Holleman A’95 was part of “It’s Happening! Celebrating 50 years of Public Art in NYC Parks” on the Saturday Oct. 21
Curbed has made a video about NYC’s Meatpacking district and Brian Rose A’79’s work documenting the district.
Will Villalongo A’99 has a solo exhibition at Susan Inglett Gallery, October 26–December 9, 2017.
Angelo Perrone A’63 is held a benefit Art Sale of Paintings with all proceeds going to the Episcopal Relief and Development Fund for Disaster Relief for Hurricane Victims. The event was held on Saturday November 4th, 2017 from 10am – 4pm, at 4 Wellers Bridge Road. Roxbury CT.
Joan Ockman AR’80 authored an article published in E-flux titled, Slashed,
Diller Scofidio + Renfro is part of Princeton University School of Architecture’s group exhibition, ARE WE HUMAN? November 6, 2017 — January 5, 2018
Jean Brownhill, AR ’00 is interviewed in an article titled, “The Right Match” published in KBBonline.The article also mentions, Elizabeth O’Donnell AR’83
Peggy Deamer, AR ’77 has edited a book, titled, The Architect as Worker, which was reviewed in the Architectural Newspaper on October 25, 2017.
Stan Allen AR’81 gave a lecture, Bodies of Work, at the University of Virginia School of Architecture Graduate Open House Keynote + Dean’s Forum Lecture, November 6, 2017, Charlottesville, VA. Stan Allen is a member of The Cooper Union Hall of Fame.
Catherine Seavitt Nordenson, AR ’94 is a participant in Urban Futures conversation hosted by CUNY and held at CUNY’s Graduate Center, on Fri, Nov 3, 2017, 06:30 PM – 08:30 PM
Michael Lange ChE’18 is one of the CU ChE students who made presentations last week at the AIChE – American Institute of Chemical Engineers National Conference in Minnesota! Michael placed 3rd in the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology division of the poster competition.
Leslie Zelamsky A’87 and Brenda Cirioni have a show titled: Common Sensibilities opening on November 15th at Fountain Street Gallery in Boston, MA.
Monica Abdallah ChE’17, Ryan Smith ChE’17, Chae Jeong ChE’16, Dan Lepek ChE’04, Ben Davis, and CU 2017 Chem-E Car team are featured on Cooper.edu
Stephen Welby ChE’87 has been appointed Executive Director of the IEEE. The appointment is effective 01/02/18.
Dan Libeskind AR’70’s Canadian National Holocaust Monument Opens in Ottawa on 10/04/2017.
Maurice Cox speaks at Ideas City’s Mayoral Panel. Maurice Cox was the former Mayor of Charlottesville and is currently the Director of Urban Planning in Detroit.
Liz Diller AR’79 is profiled in the Financial Times
Ronny Quevedo A’03 has an exhibit at the Queens Musuem that is featured in Hyperallergic
Jennifer Lee AR’97 created the exhibition for the 서울도시건축비엔날레 Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism. September is Architecture Month in Seoul, Korea.
Daniel Libeskind will give a lecture at The Cooper Union on 10/03/17 titled, From Zero to Infinity. 7 – 9 PM
Adriana Farmiga A’96 solo exhibition BLUE HOUR at Marisa Newman Projects. Up till 10/7, hrs: W-F, 1-6 pm
Diyan Achjadi A’93 participated in FAÇADE FESTIVAL 2017, a week-long public art project and cultural event where ten contemporary Canadian artists spectacularly transformed the façade of the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Milton Glaser A’51 will be speaking at The Cooper Union on “The Design of Dissent” on November 13, 2017.
School of Art Alum Ashley Bryan is celebrated in a film
Liana Finck A’08 had a cartoon published in New Yorker Magazine.
Gail Flanery A’73 has an exhibit opening on Thursday, September 21, 6 – 8 pm Bond Collective 60 Broad Street in Manhattan
Stan Allen AR’81, Peggy Deamer AR’77, Elizabeth Diller AR’79, Daniel Libeskind AR’70, Toshiko Mori AR’76, Joan Ockman AR’80 , and Anthony Vidler will be part of Storefront for Art and Architecture event taking place at Cooper. The Storefront for Art and Architecture will launch the New York Architecture Book Fair with a day-long event at The Great Hall at the Cooper Union on September 23rd.
Dean Nadar Tehrani design for a school in Toronto is featured in the New York Times article dated 9/8/17.
Arch Daily puts the Spotlight on CU Professor, Peter Eisenman in an article titled: Spotlight: Peter Eisenman published August 11, 2017.
Liz Diller AR’79 is one of the Judges for the 2018 RIBA International Prize.
Linda Taalman AR’97 is one of the 7 Jurors for the Curbed Groundbreakers Awards.
Alan Fuchs ChE’77 has been named director of the California Energy Research Center at California State University Bakersfield, CA
Maurice Cox AR’83, Mayor of Detroit, will be a speaker at Ideas City on September 16, 2017.
Fern Vargas A’13 and The Cooper Union were featured in this article in the Times Ledger.
Kristin Lucas has been awarded an Alternate Realities grant by Engadget for “Dance with flARmingos.
A Green Camp Story by Harry West was shared in the New York Times
Charis JB A’16 published a graphic story titled: “Why don’t you pick one? My life with a biracial identity” on the Nib.com
Martha Lewis A’87 is creating a permanent work for the walls of the Yale Quantum Institute and she is spending this academic year with them as their first-ever artist-in-residence!
Jeanine Centouri AR’83’s students designed the Bento Box that was constructed for Thomas Jefferson High School in Los Angeles, California. ArchDaily chose it as one of the best student design and build projects.
Alexander Gorlin, AR ’78 is featured in a television segment, “A Chic Space Made From Scratch,” NBC 4 NEW YORK, July 2, 2017
John Hejduk ’50 is featured in an article by Luca Cardani for FESTIVAL ARCHITETTURA, #4, 2016.
Congratulations, Liz Diller, AR ’79, Ricardo Scofidio, AR ’55/Arch fac and their team at Diller Scofidio + Renfro! Their Concert Hall in Moscow was selected for an award by WorldArchitectureNews.com
Daniel Libeskind, AR ’70 is featured in the article,”Holocaust Memorial Is Closer to Reality in Amsterdam,” published in The New York Times, December 16, 2016.
Mark Alan Stamaty A’69 was featured in an article titled, “A Subway Ride Wrapped in Art” published in Print Magazine on 1/08/2017..
Audrey Flack A’51 will be receiving the Women’s Caucus for Art (WCA) Lifetime Achievement Award. The Award honors women, their work, their vision and their commitment. The awards ceremony will take place on Saturday, February 18th 2017 at the New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), 1871 Broadway at 61st Street, New York. The ceremony is free and open to the public and will take place from 7:00-8:30 PM.
Ruth Hohberg A’55 has recently published, Going Places. “In Going Places, Ruth Hohberg takes her readers on a trip around the world! Her personal experiences, coupled with her keen knowledge of art, culture, and life, will entertain and educate any armchair traveler, making you think you’re right there with her!
Work by CU Architecture Professor, Peter Eisenman, is included in this exhibit on view in New York City until February 10, 2017 at the IERIMONTI GALLERY on W 57th Street.
Lynn Meyers A’94 has an exhibit titled, Our View From Here, on display at the Hirshhorn Museum (700 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC) through May 14, 2017. This exhibit received an excellent review on
Edith Hillinger A’64 has an exhibit opening on Jan 29, 2017 an running until Apr 9, 2017 at the Peninsula Museum of Art. The show is titled, Abstract Collages. The museum is located at 1777 California Drive, Burlingame, CA 94010
Eli Mayerfeld BSE’91 was named CEO of the Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills.
Philip Singer CE’63 was recognized for his teaching career at UNC with the creation of an endowed professorship that is named for him. This was announced at a reception held Nov. 11, 2016 to honor Philip Singer, PhD, professor emeritus of environmental sciences and engineering at UNC Gillings. Ninety-two members of the Gillings School community, from 21 different states, came together to honor Singer by contributing to the professorship fund. The average gift was more than $3,000, with the total contributed and matching funds from the state bringing the amount in the professorship fund to more than $500,000. Philip Singer currently serves on the Flint Water Inter-agency Coordinating Committee, which provides guidance on long-term solutions to the water issues in Flint, Mich.
Javaka Steptoe A’94 is the author of “Radiant Child: The Story of Young Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat” which was just awarded two major awards: the Randolph Caldecott Medal and the Coretta Scott King (Author) Book Award!
Elizabeth Diller, founding partner of Diller Scofidio + Renfro, is producing an opera for the High Line. Dubbed the “Mile Long Opera,” the production will be set on the High Line.
A Cooper Union Rhoda Lubalin Fellows Exhibition titled, Type High, will be from February 7th through 16th in the 41 Cooper Square Gallery. Rhoda Lubalin Fellows, Michael Prisco A’16 and Helen Sywalski A’16 will have a group exhibition that includes the designs, typography, and large, physical letterforms that they have been researching and developing. The opening reception is on Feb 7th from 6-8 PM.
Donald Gialanella Art ’79, was commissioned to produce a sculpture for outside the Dali Museum in Saint Petersburg Florida.
Yu Kiu Chan AR’17, Kelsey Lee AR’17, Piao Liu AR’17, Jenny Hsiao AR’17, Hui Rong Liu AR’17, Maja Griffin A’17, Sarah Schmitt A’17, Anamika Singh A’17, and Daniil Ashtaev A’17 traveled with a Menschel Fellowship. Their work is in an exhibit that will be opening on Tuesday, 1/31/2017, in the Foundation Building.
Norman Narotzky A’52 has a work in the exhibition “5+5 Abstractions” In the Gustavo de Maetzu Museun in Navarra Spain which opens on December 2, 2016 and runs through February 2, 2017.
Alex Katz A’49 has collaborated with H&M on a fashion line.
Dan Libeskind AR’70 and Elizabeth Diller AR’79 spoke at an event that celebrated the publication of Never Built New York on 11//14/16 at the New York Public Library.
Ken Schles A’82 participated in the Holiday Book Fair on 12/17/16 at the Howard Greenberg Gallery in Midtown Manhattan
Brian Rose A’79 was featured on the blog, BoweryBoogie on 12/08/16 in an article about his book, Twin Towers.
Sérgio Rabinovitz, Art ’78 released his book, Registros de Passagem on 12/13/16, in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.
Tomashi Jackson A’09 was interviewed by Risa Puleo for a Hyperallergic article published on 12/14/16.
Paul Moscatt A’59 had an exhibit at the Grey Matter Art Space in Baltimore, MD during December 2016.
The NY Times published a story about design for Holocaust Museum in Amsterdam designed by Dan Libeskind AR’70.
Andrew Ferentinos AR’07 is an architect for a new Artist Residency that is offered in La Sierra Nevada Mountains on the Caribbean Coast of Colombia, South America.
“20th Century Women” by writer-director Mike Mills Art’89 is a NY Times critic pick.
Alexander Tochilovsky A’00, designer, typographer, instructor, and curator at Cooper Union’s Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography was interviewed by The Type Directors Club in December 2016.