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2017 URBAN EDGE AWARD

Joyce Hwang is a recipient of the 2017 Urban Edge Award, a biennial prize organized by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s School of Architecture and Urban Planning. Other Urban Edge Award recipients this year include Catie Newell, Olalekan Jeyifous, Fionn Byrne, Sergio Lopez-Pineiro, and Aleksandr Mergold.  Joyce gave a public talk at UW Milwaukee on February […]

MIT ARCHITECTURE

Joyce participated as an panelist at MIT Architecture, in the NOMAS Power Lunch: “Women in Academia.” Other panelists included Lauren Jacobi, Caroline Jones, and Caitlin Mueller, moderated by Emily Watlington. Many thanks to the MIT Chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students for the invitation!

MORE

Invited as a Guest Speaker for MORE Congress: 3rd International Conference on Gender and Architecture, Joyce presented “Architect as Advocate: Making the Case for Cross-Species Design” as part of a panel titled “MORE than Humans.” She also served on the conference’s Scientific Committee. Many thanks to Amelia Vilaplana, Serafina Amoroso, and all of the Organizing Committee […]

UNTAMING THE URBAN

Joyce Hwang presents “Untaming Architectural Typology” at Untaming the Urban, a symposium hosted by the Australian National University Fenner School for Environment and Society. Check out the blog for more on the presentations and discussions!

RISD LECTURE

Joyce Hwang delivers lecture, “Architect as Advocate,” at the Rhode Island School of Design.  

HABITECTURE

Joyce Hwang gives a keynote lecture at “Reinventing the Urban: Workshop on Habitecture for Wildlife,” a conference organized by the Department of Geography and Planning at the University of Toronto and the Department of Environmental Studies at York University. Thank you to Susan Ruddick for the invitation to be part of this event!

OUTSIDE DESIGN: ARTISTS TALKS AND RECEPTION

Artists Talks and Reception on October 1, 2015 at SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries.

SAIC LECTURE

Joyce Hwang to lecture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago as part of the Mitchell Lecture Series: Thursday, April 2, 2015 — 5.30 pm, Columbus Auditorium, 280 S. Columbus Dr., room 203, Chicago. Thanks Jonathan Solomon for the invitation!

ACSA 103: TORONTO

Joyce Hwang chairs the “Beyond Patronage” paper session at ACSA 103: The Expanding Periphery and the Migrating Center, March 19-21, 2015. Thanks to session’s excellent speakers: Anna Neimark (SCI-Arc; First Office), Catie Newell (University of Michigan, Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning; Alibi Studio), Erkin Özay (University at Buffalo, School of Architecture and Planning; the Özay […]

WWSF CIRCUS FOR CONSTRUCTION IN BUFFALO

Image by WWSf Circus for Construction Team It was a pleasure to speak at the Worldwide Storefront Circus for Construction event, “Buffalo’s Radical Re-imaging,” and an honor to be among a group of awesome presenters: Sean Burkholder, Chris Romano + Nick Bruscia, and Sean Wrafter. Thanks to Silo City for hosting a great crowd! And […]

2014 AIA NYS CONFERENCE: NEW PRACTICE, NEW DESIGN

Joyce Hwang, Courtney Creenan-Chorley, Peter Schmidt and Chris Romano presented “Cross-Profession Practices: Mixing-up the Academy with Industry,” a discussion that centered on models of research and practice that have emerged from collaborative work between the University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning, Rigidized Metals, and Boston Valley Terra Cotta. Joyce also participated as the […]

METROPOLIS SUMMER READING LIST

A great list of summer (and year round) reading! Check out Joyce’s picks, including books by Wu Ming-Yi, Meghan Daum, Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner, Jeremy Till, and Ernest Hemingway. Thanks, Metropolis, for the invitation to contribute! Image by Metropolis

UB GREEN FACULTY Q&A

UB Green’s Q & A with Joyce Hwang is now online! Thank you to Erin Moscati for her interest in our work!

ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE LECTURE AND INTERVIEW

Joyce Hwang’s 2014 Emerging Voices lecture and interview are now online! Thank you again to the Architectural League of New York for this great opportunity and honor.Photo by Laurice Hwang

THE EXPANDED ENVIRONMENT

“You know, the Pantheon didn’t have bird spikes. It wasn’t so exclusive.” -Joyce Hwang, in an interview by Ned Dodington of The Expanded Environment (formerly Animal Architecture). Read the conversation here.