Jan. 22-27, the Master of Architecture degree program is hosting an "Exhibit of Student Work" in the Rotunda Gallery of the Nebraska Union.
This exhibit features work from both the fifth and sixth years of the professional Master of Architecture curriculum. All work featured was executed within the past calendar year, and the student projects are from eight 5th/6th Year Vertical Studios, three Design Thesis projects, and two Master of Architecture electives.
The scale of the work presented oscillates widely from as large as a Master Plan for the Bayside waterfront of San Francisco, to as small as the design and construction of a corner joint in wood.
For students interested in applying to the UNL Master of Architecture program, the exhibit provides various take-aways that include Architecture “one-sheets,” hardcopy application packets, “Galleries of Student Work,” posters, and foreign program brochures. The application deadline is Feb. 10.
Our first course in Architecture at the University of Nebraska was offered in 1894. Today, the UNL College of Architecture is home to more than 600 students and 40 faculty across four academic programs.
For more information about who we are, how we operate, and joining our collaborative effort see archweb.unl.edu.
More details at: http://go.unl.edu/8af