New Mexico Appleseed, a non-profit organization aiding the poor and underserved, sponsors the Parade of Playhouses competition where teams of designers and fabricators from around New Mexico design and build playhouses that will be auctioned off at the...
The UNM School of Architecture and Planning and the Latin American and Iberian Institute (LAII) host three finalists next week for the position of Assistant Professor of Latin American Development Planning.
The University of New Mexico Board of Regents unanimously approved a master plan for the seven-acre Innovate ABQ site, located at Central Ave. and Broadway Blvd. – the site of the former First Baptist Church.
Due to the closing of UNM on Friday, the UNM School of Architecture & Planning lecture featuring photographer Martin Stupich, has been rescheduled for Monday, March 2 at 5:30 p.m. He will deliver “Forty Years Sneaking Around in Broad Daylight,” in the George Pearl Hall auditorium. Stupich’s talk is the school’s
The Thornburg Foundation announces that Centennial High School in Las Cruces will receive the 2015 Jeff Harnar Award for Contemporary Architecture in New Mexico. Presentation of the 2015 Harnar Award for Contemporary Architecture is Friday, Feb. 20, at 5:30 p.m. in UNM School of Architecture & Planning's Pearl Hall auditorium.
Distinguished Santa Fe preservationist Nancy Meem Wirth has been selected as a 2015 George Pearl Fellow by the UNM School of Architecture and Planning. Her Pearl Fellow presentation, "Preserving What Matters,” is Friday, Feb. 6 at 5:30 p.m. in the...
The University of New Mexico community has people who come from the far reaches of the world. UNM is also home to people whose roots run deep into the New Mexico soil. At this time of year, they leave the lights of Albuquerque and head home to Acoma, Ohkay Owingeh and Isleta; while others are drawn to Taos Pueblo, Santo Domingo or a site on the Navajo reservation.
The Jeff Harnar Award for Contemporary Architecture is now accepting submissions for the annual award that will be announced on February 20, 2015. This prestigious prize is made in honor of the late Jeff Harnar, well known for his groundbreaking design in contemporary architecture in Santa Fe. The 2015 winner of the Jeff Harnar Award
José Rivera, a Center for Regional Studies research scholar and professor in community and regional planning in the School of Architecture and Planning, recently received the first ever Acequia Scholar Award from the New Mexico Acequia Association. Rivera was honored for his years of academic service to acequias.
In education circles, the talk is about “STEM,” or science, technology, engineering and mathematics. To Anne Taylor, professor emerita, School of Architecture and Planning, the appropriate acronym is “STEAM,” which adds an “A” for arts and ...