2017 Master of Architecture Exit Reviews
The Knowlton School's Master of Architecture Exit Reviews will be held Wednesday, March 22 through Friday, March 24 in Knowlton Hall's Jury Space (first floor carpeted review space) and will begin each day at 9 a.m. Three finalists will be chosen to present their lecture again the following week with as special guest critic. All talks are open to the public but we ask that you remain quiet while moving through the area.
Please see the 2017 Master of Architecture Exit Reviews poster for the full schedule of presentations.
The Knowlton School's Master of Architecture program culminates with the Exit Review program. The Exit Reviews are a series of public presentations given by each graduating student during their last semester in the program. The process of the Exit Review, which constitutes a student’s Master Examination, diverges from the conventions of thesis in that each student is asked to pause from studio design production in order to both situate their work and more importantly their architectural ideas within the context of the larger flows of cultural history. They are asked to critically examine their own design agenda and to position it relative to larger disciplinary transformations occurring due to the evolving position of the Architect in society. The institutional goal is to have each student exit the program prepared to be an agent of change within the disciple. The School strongly believes that this process will prepare each student to be actively involved in what it means to be an Architect today.