This year, Spring Show will be reinvented in ways never done before, complete with a full-scale, radically experiential, live-broadcast exhibition of student projects guaranteed to awe and impress. Curated by History + Theory faculty member John Cooper, in conjunction with Main E-vent 2020, this iteration of Spring Show will include avant-garde new work from students, demonstrating the school’s deep and lasting drive to innovate the medium of architecture. Attendees of Main E-vent and Spring Show will be able to engage live with student work from all of SCI-Arc’s programs and studios—including 3D models, digital drawings, animations, film, augmented and virtual reality, publications, and more—through online gallery platforms. Throughout the event, live chat interfaces will enable ticket holders to interact not only with the work of SCI-Arc students, but the students themselves, as well as school faculty, leadership, and distinguished guests.
The exhibition is free and open to the public May 3-24, 2020.