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Eric Howeler, AIA, at Arts Center on Tuesday

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Eric Howeler, an architect whose firm, Howeler and Yoon, in Boston is known for its "expanded practice," will give a talk at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, titled "Fail Fast," at the Arkansas Arts Center.

The Architecture and Design Network lecture is sponsored by the University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture, the Central Arkansas Chapter of the american Institute of Architects and the Arts Center.

Howeler, who is also an assistant professor at Harvard, said the title derives from "Launch early, fail fast, iterate." His firm provides architecture, art (such as the White Noise White Light sculpture at the 2004 Olympics) and media services. Read more about the "10 Degree House" (above) here.

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