The date of this event is uncertain, but probably Fall 1980.
Shelly Kappe introduces presentations by two new design studio instructors at SCI-Arc.
Alberto Bertoli outlines his comprehensive design for recreation in San Francisco Bay which spans Tiburon and Angel Island to create a “carefully careless” generator of spontaneous activity.
At 54:12, Shelly Kappe introduces Phyllis Birkby
Birkby describes her work on a library for Long Island University, and two independent projects in Long Island. Birkby discusses the Women’s School of Architecture and Planning, which she coordinated others, describing the first two sessions of the program at Biddeford, Maine in 1975; and Santa Cruz in 1976.from the Media ArchiveOpen Modal