OCAD U Environmental Design graduate Pedram Karimi


Exhibition at Boston Architectural College

 
DateTuesday, December 5, 2017 - 10:00am to Friday, January 19, 2018 - 5:00pm

Website

https://the-bac.edu/experience-the-bac/news-and-events/events/black-spaces-matter

Location

McCormick Gallery of the Boston Architectural College

Pedram Karimi's contribution to the current show at the McCormick Gallery of the Boston Architectural College. The exhibit, which includes architectural drawings, VR and interactive stations, as well as a display of museum objects, is about the aesthetics and architectonics of an abolitionist neighborhood in New Bedford, MA. The show is curated by faculty at UMass and was partially funded by Perkins and Will. It was just opened at the Boston Architectural College's McCormick Gallery (Nov 19-Jan 29). Pedram was responsible for several large-scale architectural panels and projects as well as a large urban model of the Abolitionist Row of New Bedford. I will be participating in the grand opening and panel discussion on Dec 1.

DateTuesday, December 5, 2017 - 10:00am to Friday, January 19, 2018 - 5:00pm

Website

https://the-bac.edu/experience-the-bac/news-and-events/events/black-spaces-matter

Location

McCormick Gallery of the Boston Architectural College

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Tuesday, December 5, 2017 - 10:00am to Friday, January 19, 2018 - 5:00pm

Pedram Karimi's contribution to the current show at the McCormick Gallery of the Boston Architectural College. The exhibit, which includes architectural drawings, VR and interactive stations, as well as a display of museum objects, is about the aesthetics and architectonics of an abolitionist neighborhood in New Bedford, MA. The show is curated by faculty at UMass and was partially funded by Perkins and Will. It was just opened at the Boston Architectural College's McCormick Gallery (Nov 19-Jan 29). Pedram was responsible for several large-scale architectural panels and projects as well as a large urban model of the Abolitionist Row of New Bedford. I will be participating in the grand opening and panel discussion on Dec 1.

Venue & Address: 
McCormick Gallery of the Boston Architectural College
Website: 
https://the-bac.edu/experience-the-bac/news-and-events/events/black-spaces-matter
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