The Lois and Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art was designed by the most famous female architect in history, Zaha Hadid. Her success, however, is unique. In America, women make up 50% of architect students, but only 23% of registered architects are women. Panelists Neena Jud, AIA (Harmony Architecture), Emily Lubbers, AIA (MSP Design), Ashley Pinkard, NOMA (DNK Architects), and Heather Wehby, AIA, and moderator Sarah Kleiner, AIA (Envisage Architecture) will discuss the challenges women face in pursuing architecture as a career, why it's important that they're represented in the profession, and what's being done to address the barriers.
Presented in collaboration with the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Cincinnati and Soapbox Cincinnati.
Free, but registration is requested.
The Barbara and Lawrence Myers Program Series is funded by Barbara Myers.