Monday, February 11, 2013

Reed Kroloff, "Changing the World"

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The Architecture and Design Network’s Art of Architecture lecture series continues tomorrow night, Feb. 12, with a lecture by Cranbrook Academy of Art and Art Museum director Reed Kroloff. The talk,"Changing the World: One Installation at a Time," is at 6 p.m. in the lecture hall of the Arkansas Arts Center and will follow a 5:30 p.m. reception.

Kroloff was dean of architecture at Tulane University when New Orleans was hit by Hurricane Katrina. He is credited with bringing back 97 percent of the student body and 100 percent of its faculty after the hurricane and he participated in the Bring New Orleans Back Commission. You can read more on Kroloff here and see a video of his 2008 TED appearance.

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