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Architectural model with the words "2017 UMA Architecture Student Show" overlaid in white letters

2017 UMA 

Student Show

March 2 to March 11, 2017

Opening Reception
Thursday, March 2nd 4:00-6:00pm

This spring, the University of Maine at Augusta is hosting its 2017 Juried Student Architecture Show featuring the work of architecture students in the Bachelor of Architecture program, showcasing their studio, analysis, and technology work. The student projects include design ideas across a broad spectrum of scales and contexts, as well as collaborative community projects, precedent studies,

analysis of existing buildings, and thesis investigations.

The B.Arch program is the only five-year professional architecture degree program in Maine, and provides students with a path towards architectural licensure. 


The show is juried by:

Dan Moreno, AIA is a practicing Architect and

Department chair and Professor for the Central

Maine Community College’s Associates in applied

science in Architectural and Civil Engineering. He has

nearly 30 years’ experience in the A/E field, covering

single family residential to high tech industrial,

correctional facilities, commercial, medical,

educational, and daycare and over 20 years teaching

architecture, engineering, and CAD in higher


Richard Lo is works at Kaplan Thompson Architects

in Portland, ME. He has over 20 years experience of

design and project management, Richard has

worked on a diverse range of projects in Maine and

beyond. Since gaining registration as an architect in

New Zealand in 1996 he has worked in New

Zealand, the United Kingdom, France and Maine. He

holds a Bachelor of Architecture and a Bachelor of

Building Science, from Victoria University, Wellington,

New Zealand. Richard tutored architectural design

and interior design at Victoria University.

For more information about the exhibit or the program contact Sanjit Roy, Assistant Professor of Architecture,

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