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Miami grad receives mention in Architectural Record publication
Carolyn LeCompte ('11) received mention in "Architectural Record" for contributions in the design of an Afghan Girls' School
Visual Arts at Miami for Spring 2016
Read the on-line version of this bi-annual publication produced by the Miami University Art Museum containing most of the many visual arts exhibitions and events from now through May.
Summer Study in the Arts Inside NYC
If your student is looking for a way to begin working in the arts in New York City or any large metropolitan area, why not encourage that student to enroll in CCA499/Inside New York in the summer of 2016? There are still spaces available in this class.
Over-the-Rhine Open House
Over-the-Rhine Residency Program Open House Peaslee Neighborhood Center 215 E. 14th Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 Thursday, December 10, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Presentation at 5:30 p.m.
Department of Architecture + Interior Design End of Semester Show
The Department of Architecture + Interior Design will hold its End of Semester Show on Friday, December 4, from 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. in Alumni Hall.
Westcott Architectural Design Studio Collaborates with the Westcott House Foundation and AIA Gold Medal Winning Architect, Peter Bohlin FAIA (Bohlin, Cywinski, Jackson)
The Westcott Architectural Design Studio conducted by Professor John Reynolds has been involved in collaboration with the Westcott House Foundation and AIA Gold Medal Winning Architect, Peter Bohlin FAIA (Bohlin, Cywinski, Jackson) on an Educational Campus Master Plan, Visitor Center, and Educational Pavilion since 2006. These additions will expand the educational and outreach programming for the Westcott House, a noteworthy Prairie Style house in Springfield, Ohio designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1906 and completed in 1908.
Architecture + Design Career Fair
The Architecture + Design Career Fair will be held, Monday, December 7, from 1 p.m. -5 p.m. in the John E. Dolibois Rooms, Shriver Center.
Miami University Center for Community Engagement in Over-the-Rhine project recognized
The inaugural project for the Miami University Center for Community Design's Atelier program received two awards since its completion in May 2015.   In October, Beasley Place at 1405-07 Republic Street was named the Ohio Community Development Corporation Association's 2015 Project of the Year. In November, the Cincinnati Preservation Association acknowledged it a with a 2015 Rehabilitation Award. The 17,000 square foot building was built in 1897 and long served as an affordable housing site in the center of Over-the-Rhine.  After a long vacancy, the historic structure now contains 13 affordable housing units, and is named after the Mr. and Mrs. Beasley, who were longtime residents and exemplary neighbors.  Miami architecture students' preliminary design work during the 2010 Atelier resulted in over $1million in project funding for Beasley Place via state and federal historic tax credits. During the Atelier, architecture students live in Over-the-Rhine and design for their neighbors. They work on a community-based design project in the downtown offices of CR architecture + design, Cincinnati. To initiate the Beasley Place project, Miami students worked extensively with building owner Over-the-Rhine Community Housing to develop building plans and a redevelopment pro forma.  Students also surveyed and measured the building, documenting its many remaining historic features while investigating the feasibility of installing modern features, building systems, and an elevator for the central courtyard.   After students successfully applied for the historic tax credits, project partners OTRCH, CR Architecture + Design, and HGC Construction worked to bring the project to fruition. 
Upcoming Arts @ Miami :: November
What's happening in the Arts at Miami in the month of November.