UMA Architecture Student Show
January 28 - February 13, 2019
Thursday, February 7th 4:30-6:30pm
Currently, the University of Maine at Augusta is hosting its 2019 Student Architecture Show featuring the work of architecture students in the Bachelor of Architecture Program.
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 exhibition is a chance for students from UMA’s Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) degree to showcase their studio, analysis, and technology work. The B.Arch program is the only five-year professional architecture degree program in Maine, and provides students with a path towards architectural licensure.
As Maine's only professional degree in architecture, the students exhibited are committed to UMA Architecture’s Mission of Architecture through Engagement. Our mission expresses who we are: SMALL…INTEGRATED…HANDS-ON. This fundamentally means we are about people: the students, the faculty, and our community partners. We teach architecture through engagement, educating and empowering students to explore, investigate, and analyze the built environment. Engagement brings students into active contact with each other, their coursework, and community partners across Maine.
The work of UMA's architecture students can be seen at the Danforth Gallery at the University of Maine at Augusta from January 24th through February 13th. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, February 7th at 4:30pm
For more information about the
exhibit or the program contact Eric Stark, director of the Architecture Program: