in the Public Realm
Maps to Apps: Pecha Kucha
August 9th, 2012

BSA Space, Boston, MA
sponsored by cultureNOW, Boston Society of Architects & AIANY

Laura Wernick AIA, President,Boston Society of Architects
Cynthia Kracauer AIA, Managing Director AIA NY
Abby Suckle FAIA, President, cultureNOW, Vice President AIANY
Peter Vanderwarker, Photographer
Douglass Shand-Tucci, Historian, Author Built in Boston
Michael Kubo, PhD Candidate MIT Arch History, Theory & Criticism
Thomas M. Hotaling AIA, Ann Beha Architects
Nancy Schon, Artist
Chris Johns, Founding Partner, CUBE design + research
M. David Lee FAIA, Principal, Stull and Lee Inc.
Mags Harries/Lajos Heder, Artists
Tim Love AIA, Principal, Utile Inc.
Michelle Laboy AIA, Maryann Thompson Architects
John Powell, Artist
Josiah Stevenson AIA, Principal, Leers Weinzapfl Associates Architects
Steve Erwin AIA, Principal, Shepley Bulfinch Richardson & Abbot
Shauna Gillies-Smith ASLA, Principal, Ground
Keith Morgan, Professor, Director of Architectural Studies BU
Robert Campbell FAIA, Architectural Critic, Boston Globe

In conjunction with the exhibition opening Maps to Apps, The Digital Cityscape, cultureNOW, AIA New York and the BSA, explored the power of apps to understand the historical and cultural fabric of a city, the exhibition showcased cultureNOW's Boston initiative with a series of maps and a Pecha Kucha style presentation with some of Boston's leading architects, artists and historians.