World-renowned architect Maya Lin will lecture as the 11th annual Dulcy B. Miller '49 Lecture in Art and Art History at Smith College and as part of the UMass Amherst Architecture + Design and Five College Architectural Studies Spring 2014 Lecture Series. This event will take place on the Smith College Campus in the Wright Hall Weinstein Auditorium.
Maya Lin is the world-renowned architect of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington. Through a careful balance between art and architecture, her work addresses how we relate and respond to the environment, and creates a systematic ordering of history, language and time.
No reservations are required for this event, but seating is limited in Weinstein Auditorium--overflow seating with simulcast available as needed. Doors to Weinstein open at 7 (early arrival encouraged). This event is sponsored by the Smith College Museum of Art, the Valley Advocate, WAMC, and NEPR and is held as part of the UMass Amherst Architecture + Design and Five College Architectural Studies Spring 2014 Lecture Series.