Fill out your 2021 calendar with these virtual and in-person fall lectures

During the fall 2020 academic semester, public lectures presented by architecture schools were a strictly virtual affair due to the COVID-19 crisis. That crisis still rages on but with the arrival of vaccines earlier this year, lecture-goers can now enjoy a bit of additional flexibility thanks to hybrid in-person/virtual public programming offered by many schools. In many, but not all, cases, lectures and other events are now being presented in-person while being simultaneously live-streamed to virtual attendees. It’s the best of both worlds: those aching for the intimacy of a captivating in-person talk can safely do so in a venue where health and safety protocols are (presumably) being observed

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