cage exhibit

Cage Gallery

The Cage Gallery, located in the lower level of Alumni Hall, provides ongoing exhibits of professional as well as student work within Architecture + Interior Design.


Fall 2017 Exhibition Schedule

Rethinking Porkopolis: Cincinnati’s Environmental History, Through Pigs

Graphic of a pig. Text: Rethinking Porkopolis

September 4–22, 2017

This exhibition explores the environmental history of Cincinnati and the greater Miami River Valley through the region’s most important 19th century agricultural resource: pigs. It shows how pig raising and pork production fundamentally shaped the local landscape and ecosystem, and how these practices tied the region to the national and global economy.

Exhibition Talk

September 11 | 4:00 p.m. | Alumni Hall Room 1
Robert Gioelli


Graduate Symposium

A blue spherical geometric pattern

September 25–October 6, 2017

The graduate symposium, Impact, will focus on the idea of impact and the role it plays in our communities. We will consider how architectural ideas and processes influence the way in which we actively create and shape societies for the future.


The Residency Program: OTR

A variety of objects, including including a ukulele, a lit candle, and greenery are arranged on a cloth on the floor. The legs of individuals seated in chairs are visible in the background.

October 9–20, 2017

Students will present work completed and inspired by the semester away spent in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati. Various work was completed including community and professional engagement, design, renovation, and other projects related to society and design.


Malta

A city street in Malta

October 23-November 3, 2017

Students will present the design work from their five week summer 2017 study abroad workshop to Germany and Malta. Work includes a residential infill project for Kerćem, Gozo and a variety of investigative studies from Freiburg, Germany and Valletta, Malta.


Undergraduate Summer Scholars

Cage Gallery

November 6-17, 2017

Students will present mentored research conducted during summer 2017.