Lecture by Lee Skolnick
Thursday, April 16, 2015, 6:30 - 8:30pm
Add to Calendar
Xroads: The Non-Intersection of Art, Architecture and Landscape
Lee H. Skolnick seeks to synthesize art, science, and architecture to create memorable and meaningful experiences. He unlocks each project’s “motivating story” to inspire imagination, curiosity, and understanding. For over twenty-five years, Mr. Skolnick has passionately developed and pursued his philosophy of “design as interpretation”, wherein he seeks to unearth the unique themes and compelling concepts which characterize each project, and to translate them into concrete expression.
Mr. Skolnick also has served on the Boards of The Cooper Union, Longhouse Reserve, the Society for Environmental Graphic Design and the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of the National Association for Museum Exhibition, entitled Exhibitionist. He has served on panels and juries for the New York State Council on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts and the American Institute of Architects. He is also a frequent lecturer, instructor and author of scholarly papers and popular works, and is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Leicester, UK.
Located in Rm 315F
This lecture is part of ARCH 185.06: Intersections Within Art, Architecture & Landscape, taught by Rikke Jorgensen and Oliver Kruse.
Open only to current students, faculty and staff of The Cooper Union.