Architecture Professor Interviewed in German Magazine Photonworld
Associate professor Joshua Vermillion (Architecture) was interviewed by Thorsten Naeser and published in the German magazine Photonworld.
Vermillion is certain AI will continue to evolve, there's no stopping it. "Things are going to get very interesting, and very fast. I think the biggest change we will see is the way we will communicate with AI," the artist says. "Now you can tell…
New Research by Professor Steffen Lehmann Published!
Dr. Monika Szopińska-Mularz and Dr. Steffen Lehmann have published new research entitled 'Balancing Increased Urban Density with Green Spaces: The Marketing of New Housing Estates in Poland'. Buildings. 2023; 13(3):777.
Read more: https://www.mdpi.com/2075-5309/13/3/777
Klai Juba Wald’s Architecture Lecture Series Returns
Klai Juba Wald is equally proud of its namesake lecture series, founded in 1997 for the UNLV School of Architecture, bridging professional practice, academia and the community, always expanding awareness and understanding the value of design in our world. Klai Juba Wald is grateful to and celebrates the longevity of its many loyal, committed employees and remains “proud of every endeavor – our…
Architecture Professor Included in Upcoming Symposium and Exhibition “Architecture After AI”
UNLV Architecture Associate Professor Joshua Vermillion is exhibiting work in the group show at the “Architecture After AI” Symposium and Exhibition at The University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture.
The Symposium and Exhibition Opening is open to the public and will be held on Feb 3rd from 9:45am - 5:00pm in the Mebane Gallery of Goldsmith Hall.
"Architecture After AI" is an…
Fine Arts students: Interested in moving out of state to pursue a career in the entertainment industry but don’t know where to start? Do you know how to network with industry professionals? Where exactly should you be looking for a job?
The Moving On Club is a new organization on campus that gives Fine Arts students the opportunity to talk, network, and learn from each other about the…
As we begin our spring 2023 semester, I am particularly excited about the future for our College of Fine Arts at UNLV. We are soon going to complete the planning document that will guide us for the next five years – 2023-2028. This plan will provide a framework for the rich, creative, innovative and inventive prospects in front of our college in the years ahead – for our students, faculty and…
Fine Arts Majors: Spring 2023 Syllabi Planning Party is Happening Friday, January 20 from 10am-1pm
Hey Fine Arts Majors - you’re invited to our Spring 2023 Syllabi Planning Party!
Umm…what’s a Syllabi Planning Party…..?
It’s a chance to take time to look through all your class syllabi and put them into your calendar to get organized for the upcoming semester.
When and where is this?
Friday, January 20 from 10am-1pm in CBC - C - Room 129
Can I just like - come by?
Yup! No RSVP…
Architecture Professor Publishes New Book on Routledge
Phillip Zawarus (UNLV Architecture) has a new book out on December 30, 2022. Grab Landscape Performance Modeling Using Rhino and Grasshopper to learn more about analyzing and designing for landscape performance. This new extensive instructional book shows you how to use Rhino and Grasshopper to model these metrics.
Phillip Zawarus is an Associate Professor at the…
UNLV School of Architecture alumnus Daniel Chenin, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C, was awarded with the 2022 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Silver Medal for the State of Nevada in recognition for the most distinguished service to the profession of architecture and acknowledgment of a significant body of work with lasting influence on the theory and practice of architecture in the state of…
Architecture Guest Lectures Are Now Available for Free on Youtube
The 12 international guest lectures by eminent speakers on different architectural and urban topics in the field of sustainable design curated by Professor Steffen Lehmann are now available on YouTube in case you missed them.
This is a wonderful free resource for everybody and a much-valued source for our students.