Please join me at Tuskegee University, at The Robert. R. Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Science (TSACS) on Wednesday, February 28, 2018 for my lecture titled, "Hip Hop Architecture." I am extremely excited about this lecture, because it will be my first lecture at an HBCU. The mission statement for Architecture and Construction Science is aligned with my presentation, "Our mission is to develop skilled professionals who are capable of playing active roles in shaping communities through the building of meaningful places for all people."
Please join me at University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture on Monday, February 26, 2018 for my lecture titled, "Beyond Beats and Rhymes: The Architecture of Hip Hop".
Cusp Conference 2017 will be held in the theater at Chicago’s beautiful Museum of Contemporary Art. Located just a block east of Michigan Avenue in the heart of the Magnificent Mile, the MCA offers exhibitions of the most thought-provoking art created since 1945, documenting contemporary visual culture through painting, sculpture, photography, video and film, and performance.Every autumn, we bring together 25 (seemingly) unrelated presenters. We ask them what keeps them up at night and gets them out of bed in the morning. Then we all buckle up and go for a ride.
Join me as I deliver a Hip Hop Architecture Lecture in Cleveland Ohio, hosted by The Cleveland Chapter of The American Institute of Architects, The Cleveland Chapter of National Organization of Minority Architects, The Urban Arts Collective and Kent State University.
Join me at Tuskegee University's Robert R Taylor School of Architecture and Construction Science on Wednesday, April 5, 2017 for a lecture on Hip Hop Architecture.
Frank Lloyd Wright Design Series - Hip Hop Architecture: Exploring The Intersection of Music and Architecture
The Wright Design Series was inspired by master architect Frank Lloyd Wright who, although known for his architectural designs, also created designs in furniture, clothing, textiles and tableware. The free lectures and discussions highlight a wide array of design topics including architecture.
This year’s theme is: “Think Deeper”. TEDx Madison invites our speakers to share social and economic ideas that require further thought on how they affect people of multiple perspectives. Each idea was carefully chosen based on the backgrounds and life’s work of our speakers.
Architectural designers, Michael Ford, "The Hip Hop Architect" and Design Justice advocate Bryan Lee will discuss the cultural and colloquial implications of architecture in the built environment through the lens of Hip Hop Culture and Design Justice.
The sixth-annual Detroit Design Festival (DDF), returns Sept. 21-25 with its annual citywide celebration of creativity. The event brings together designers and enthusiasts alike to celebrate Detroit’s role as a design capital. I
On Monday, September 12 I will be give a lecture titled "Hip Hop Architecture" at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Architecture.
The NOMAS Symposium 2015: “Breaking the Glass Ceiling” is geared towards bringing awareness to successful minorities and women who have been able to “Break the Glass Ceiling,” achieve lead positions and become successful in the field of architecture. As “we” succeed and break that glass ceiling, “we” realize that “we” become that representative and the trailblazer of our “group”.