Architecture for the Arts, an exhibit of projects created by Dartmouth alumni around the world, for 2013 graduation & reunion week. In the Nearburg Arts Forum in the Black Family Visual Arts Center, 16 Lebanon Street, Hanover NH. Opens 6/6, closes 2 PM on 6/16.Receptions are Saturday 6/8 3-6 PM, Friday 6/14, 3-6 PM. Annual DADA Meeting: Sunday 6/16 11-1. All are welcome to attend, takes place in midst of the show. On show: theaters, schools, a courthouse, museums, town halls, FDR's 4 Freedoms Memorial. Media used by our alumni to create their projects: pencil, paint, models, CAD, photography, steel, concrete, & wood. Memorial displays for Bill Halsey, and Rick Monahon Dartmouth Alumni in Design & Architecture (DADA) invites you to submit your work for our annual exhibit in Hanover in June. As part of Dartmouth’s Year of the Arts, this years exhibit theme is “Architecture for the Arts". Members of the 2013 Dartmouth Reunion classes and all Dartmouth alumni are encouraged to participate. We welcome submissions of projects you have designed or built for the Arts. We will also be showing the related topic "Art of Architecture" - and as such, sketches and renderings, architectural photography, art of buildings, etc. are also welcome. While we have had great success in past exhibits collaborating across related industries, we are continuing to build our professional network. Please help us reach out to and include alumni you may know in related trades: construction, carpentry, furniture design, product design & manufacturing, theatrical design, architecture and sets for films, landscape architecture, structural & civil engineering, interior design, architecture history & journalism, historic preservation & research, building science & codes, real estate, development, tour guides & historic site management, urban planning, sales representatives, education, photography, electrical engineering, blacksmiths, etc. The show is scheduled for June 6 - 16, 2013, at the new Black Family Visual Arts Center, in an exciting first floor space. It will be open to the public, graduating seniors and their families, your professors, and all the members of the Dartmouth Community. We particularly encourage alumni in the Reunion classes participate in the show, and of course to visit the show. If you would like to participate, please contact Sue Reed ‘81 In Hanover NH, at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information! Work: 802-649-5515 at Smith & Vansant Architects. Dartmouth Alumni in Design and Architecture Officers: Co-Chairs: David Williams ‘79, Corinna Knight ‘93 Treasurer: Lindsay Brier ‘00 Secretary: Emily Yen ‘10 Web Master: Jim Becker ‘76 Alumni Liaison: Chip Debelius ‘79 Student Liaison: Karolina Kawiaka (Faculty) Event Chair: Sue Reed '81 (photograph of BVAC entry) Officers Without Portfolios: Matt Wang ‘10, Chip Debelius ‘79 Show Committee also includes: Rob Dapice '00, Scott Snyder '00, Tim Zeitler '03, Danielle Baez '12, Vicky Moors '10, Erica Cheung ’13. DADA is active on both Facebook and LinkedIn under Dartmouth Alumni in Design and Architecture, and website link on the Dartmouth Alumni website. We host interesting events for students and alumni. Please feel free to join in. Photos of Dartmouth Alumni in Design and Architecture (DADA) Back to Album Previous · Next Allegra KochmanDartmouth Alumni in Design and Architecture (DADA) It is Archtober again in New York City and I have a project in the AIA's subway show called "Design by NY;" it is a media room with color changing LED's. **Here is an image for those of you who can't make it by Nov 6.** For those of you who can go to the West 4th St Subway station in NYC, this project is on the west wall of the downtown ramp (on your left heading down the ramp). AND SEE more of the project on my website: http://allegrakochmanarchitecture.com/residential/larchmont-media-room-cabana/ Karolina Kawiaka posted in Dartmouth Alumni in Design and Architecture (DADA) Karolina Kawiaka 9:20pm Oct 22 Here is an interview with Will Morgan '66: http://www.residentialarchit ect.com/architects/critical-discourse.aspx Critical Discourse - Architects, Housing Trends, Books - residentialarchitect Magazine www.residentialarchitect.c om Where we live is who we are, says architecture critic William Morgan. Dave Seliger 11:43pm Oct 22 I've yet to find a decent listing of design events in NYC, so I created my own - definitely let me know about any ones I missed! http://daveseliger.com/event s.html Dave Seliger < /table> Design and technology events in New York City daveseliger.com Corinna Knight posted in Dartmouth Alumni in Design and Architecture (DADA) Corinna Knight 11:18am Dec 4 Engineering The Perfect Glass For Beer: A San Francisco Spiegelau Beer Glass Workshop by Riedel Join Dartmouth engineers, entrepreneurs, and lovers of design for a beer tasting like no other, thanks to Spiegelau (recently acquired by our friends at Riedel) producers of fine glassware since 1521. It’s a constant back and forth of form vs function (or one might say design vs engineering). One thing is for sure — to make a successful product in today’s market, one must have these two things in good balance. January 29th & 30th in San Francisco and Silicon Valley; Contact Corinna Knight ’93 email@example.com for details. Corinna Knight 11:29am Dec 4 Private Tour of the New Packard Foundation LEED Platinum Headquarters in Silicon Valley Join DAASV and DADA members for an insider’s tour of The David and Lucile Packard Foundation's spectacular new LEED Platinum headquarters in Los Altos, California. The Packard Foundation has a long-standing commitment to supporting the conservation and sustainability of natural systems. In keeping with the goals of its conservation work and values, the new headquarters is a Net Zero Energy building that meets Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System™ Platinum rating standards. Saturday, January 19th, Los Altos, California; Contact Corinna Knight ’93 for details Corinna_knight@yahoo.com Join us and post ideas for DADA on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_150863324971678 Save the Date! Club and Group Officers Weekend February 8-10, 2013 It’s almost time to get together. This year, Club and Group Officers Weekend (CAGOW) will be held on Friday, February 8, and Saturday, February 9. As in the past, this weekend of training, informational meetings, and celebrations will be held on campus; and Alumni Relations will cover the cost of lodging for both nights at a designated hotel for attendees. Hotel assignments will be made in January. Proposed weekend highlights include an address by President Carol Folt '78a, tours of the new Black Family Visual Arts Center, a club scholars' luncheon, informative breakout sessions, and a celebratory banquet on Saturday evening. There will be plenty of opportunities each day for collaboration, conversation and warm Dartmouth fellowship. The complete CAGOW schedule will be available at the beginning of January. Due to rising costs and limited resources, we unfortunately have to limit the number of volunteers attending CAGOW to 6 per club. In order to maximize the effectiveness of the weekend for your club, we are asking your club president to determine who from the club will receive an invitation to CAGOW. If you are interested in attending CAGOW, please contact your club president by November 16. Warm regards, Suzanne Young ’77 P’10 Senior Associate Director, Regional Affairs P.S. As in past years, there will be an annual slideshow of club events. Cherie Comeau '01 has once again graciously volunteered to organize the presentation. Please send your images to her at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “CAGOW Slideshow.” Be sure to include the club name, title, and date of the event. If anyone would like to send a CD or flash drive, her mailing address is 209 Vernon Street, Worcester, MA 01607. Sue Reed posted in Dartmouth Alumni in Design and Architecture (DADA) Corinna Knight 11:51am Dec 4 Private Tour of "Rudolf Nureyev: A Life in Dance" at the de Young Museum, San Francisco In continued celebration of Dartmouth’s “Year of the Arts”, the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Silicon Valley and Dartmouth Alumni in Design and Architecture invite alumni and their guests to a special, decent-led tour before the de Young opens to the public. This special exhibition is dedicated to the life and work of the legendary dancer and choreographer Rudolf Nureyev (1938–1993). It will showcase more than 80 costumes and 50 photographs from the dancer’s personal collection, entrusted to the Centre national du costume de scène, France, by the Rudolf Nureyev Foundation, and will incorporate key loans from active ballet companies. Sunday, January 13th; Contact Corinna Knight ’93, email@example.com Corinna Knight 12:05pm Dec 4 VIP Director’s Hike & Tour at Djerassi SMIP Ranch, Woodside, California In continued celebration of Dartmouth’s “Year of the Arts”, the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Silicon Valley and Dartmouth Alumni in Design and Architecture Dartmouth invite alumni and their guests to a VIP hike and private tour of the Djerassi Program’s private SMIP Ranch property, where their artist residency program is located. Join us for a tour of more than 40 site-specific sculptures and cutting-edge architecture on a preserved property with panoramic ocean views, followed by wine and a reception with the program’s Executive Director, Margot Knight. Sunday, March 10, 2013; Contact Corinna Knight ’93 firstname.lastname@example.org for details Corinna Knight 12:32pm Dec 4 Private Tour of de Young's "Girl with a Pearl Earring: Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis" de Young Museum, San Francisco In continued celebration of Dartmouth’s “Year of the Arts”, the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Silicon Valley and Dartmouth Alumni in Design and Architecture invite Dartmouth alumni and their guests to a special, decent-led tour before the de Young opens to the public. The de Young will be the first venue in the American tour of paintings from the Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis, The Hague. This jewel box of a museum, housing one of the world's most prestigious collections of Dutch Golden Age paintings, has not lent a large body of works from its holdings in nearly 30 years. Among the works traveling to the United States is the Mauritshius' celebrated masterpiece Girl with the Pearl Earring (c. 1665) by Johannes Vermeer and the enchanting The Goldfinch (1654) by Carel Fabritius. Sunday, March 3rd Contact: Corinna Knight '93, email@example.com Corinna Knight 12:42pm Dec 4 Private Tour of "Rembrandt’s Century" at the de Young Museum, San Francisco In continued celebration of Dartmouth’s “Year of the Arts”, the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Silicon Valley and Dartmouth Alumni in Design and Architecture invite Dartmouth alumni and their guests to a special, decent-led tour before the de Young opens to the public. Drawing largely from the world-renowned collection of works on paper in the Fine Arts Museums’ Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, this exhibition examines a wide range of artworks from the 17th century. Complementing the upcoming Girl with a Pearl Earring at the de Young, opening in January 2013, Rembrandt’s Century sheds light on a fascinating roster of artistic personalities, both famous and forgotten, of the late Mannerist and Baroque eras. At its core is a generous selection of etchings by Rembrandt van Rijn—arguably his generation’s most influential artist. Sunday, April 7th, 2013; Contact Corinna Knight ’93, firstname.lastname@example.org for details Corinna Knight 12:56pm Dec 4 Private Tour of Blackhawk — The World's Foremost Automotive Museum, Danville, California Join DAASV and DADA members and guests for a private tour of Blackhawk’s extraordinary collection. The Blackhawk Museum is the world's foremost automotive museum, which presents the car as a work of art. Blackhawk’s 100,000 square foot multi-level glass and granite architectural masterpiece showcases an ever-changing exhibition of over 120 of the world's greatest automobiles dating from the 1890's. The museum fulfills a two-fold agenda: to present automobiles to the true aficionados, and also, to instill an understanding of the craftsmanship, the design and historical significance of the vehicles. By comparing and contrasting the many different styles of automobiles, their individual merits can more readily be seen and deeper appreciation for the construction and design of each vehicle can be experienced. Sunday, April 21, 2013; Details: Corinna Knight ’93 email@example.com Corinna Knight 1:00pm Dec 4 5th Annual Ivy League Academy Awards Party, University Club, San Francisco Lights! Camera! Action! Join fellow DAASV, DAEMA, and DADA members and guests the Annual Ivy League Academy Awards Party! Celebrate our colleagues in entertainment, meet and mingle and dressed in your best Hollywood attire (Black Tie optional) at the University Club for the 84th annual Academy Awards! Party-goers will be treated to a fabulous evening of champagne and hors d'oeuvres! February 24, 2013; Details: Corinna Knight ’93 firstname.lastname@example.org Rob Bast 2:59pm Dec 4 Mac Rood and I have begun to update some of the information on a sustainable homes project we've begun here in the Champlain Valley. Anyone interested can check out where we are: www.greenstreetvermont.com The videos came out pretty well. Green Street Neighborhood greenstreetvt.com A 21st century neighborhood in a traditional Vermont village. Corinna Knight 11:45am Dec 4 Private Tour of "The William S. Paley Collection: A Taste for Modernism" at the de Young Museum, San Francisco In celebration of Dartmouth’s “Year of the Arts”, the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Silicon Valley and Dartmouth Alumni in Design and Architecture invite Dartmouth alumni and their guests to a special, decent-led tour before the de Young opens to the public. A pioneering figure in the modern entertainment, communication and news industries, Mr. Paley (1901–1990) was a founder of the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), and a dedicated philanthropist and patron of the arts. Among the works that will be exhibited at the de Young are Gauguin's The Seed of the Areoi (1892), an important female nude from the artist's first trip to Tahiti; Cezanne's Milk Can and Apples (1879-80); Degas’ exquisite pastel Two Dancers (1905); Derain's dynamic Fauve painting Bridge over the Riou (1906); Picasso's celebrated Boy Leading a Horse (1905-06); Matisse's masterpiece Woman with a Veil (1927) and Francis Bacon’s Study for Three Heads (1962). Sunday, December 16th; Contact Corinna Knight '93 email@example.com Corinna Knight 11:35am Dec 4 Private Tour of "Jasper Johns: Seeing with the Mind's Eye" at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art In celebration of Dartmouth’s “Year of the Arts”, the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Silicon Valley and Dartmouth Alumni in Design and Architecture invites Dartmouth alumni and their guests to a special, decent-led tour before the SF MOMA opens to the public. For nearly 60 years, Jasper Johns has found new ways to explore, as he once put it, "how we see and why we see the way we do." This major exhibition—the artist's first Bay Area museum survey in 35 years—represents the full range of his career, from his tremendously influential renderings of numbers, flags, and other symbols in the 1950s and 1960s to vibrant recent work. Sunday, December 30th; Contact Corinna Knight ’93 firstname.lastname@example.org for details.