Join the Department of Architecture in the fourth James Didier Symposium On Christ & Architecture
Friday, 20 March 2015, in the Herrick Chapel. This event is free and open to the public.
“For God so loved the world that He gave…”
He gave us His Son – His unique, singular, begotten Son. Most importantly, He gave His son to be our Saviour, Redeemer and Friend. Thanks be to God. Concerning our vocation, He gave us – through His son – a model of service for our passions, pursuits and practice toward architecture and the built environment. He gave us both the model of giving and an example of that giving in the person of Jesus Christ.
At Judson University, we relish the distinct privilege that we have to convene and discuss freely how a living Christian faith and our vocation in architecture intersect in the person and example of Christ. You are invited to contribute to that conversation at our Symposium On Christ & Architecture on Friday, 20 March 2015, in the Herrick Chapel, on the campus of Judson University in Elgin, Illinois.
|9:30a||Welcome & Opening Remarks|
|9:45a||KEYNOTE LECTURE : Rick Archer, Overland Partners
Q&A to follow
Panel Q&A to follow
Panel Q&A to follow
|4-5p||Napkin Sketch Exhibition & Reception
[open to all; refreshments provided]
AIAS Napkin Sketch Exhibition
The Judson chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students is sponsoring a student and professional Napkin Sketch Exhibition, as a part of/following the symposium. This is an event designed to compel dialogue between students and the presenters, advisory council members, faculty and guests. In addition to the students’ napkin sketches, all contributors, faculty and advisory council members will submit a cocktail napkin sketch to be included in the exhibit.
Please direct any questions or queries about the symposium to Cyndi Zarris in the Architecture Department office, email@example.com, 847-628-1010.