CED continues Critique Week tradition.
April 22rd through 24th 2015 will be this year’s annual college-wide critique at the College of Environment and Design in the Jackson Street Building. Classes are cancelled and students will have a chance to present their work throughout the day to the public, including design professionals. The university community is welcome.
Public critique and professional input are essential elements in the process of teaching design. This is a chance to give aspiring designers in landscape architecture, planning, and preservation formal feedback and see what solutions are possible in a myriad of design challenges.
Projects this year range from park design to city planning, both here and abroad; cultural resource conservation; small and large scale sustainability projects; public service projects; and more. Highlights of the event will include the presentation and display of senior terminal projects and the College’s Three-Minute Thesis (3MT™) competition.
The College invites the public to visit the Jackson Street Building and take part in this exciting event. Student hosts will be at the door to provide printed schedules and directions.
For more information, contact Shelley Cannady at email@example.com.