UMA Architecture Student Show
This year’s Architecture Student Show occupies both the physical space of the Charles Danforth Gallery in UMA’s Jewett Hall and an online virtual space (via the link above) from October 14 to November 20. This hybrid model gives viewers physical and virtual spaces in which to consider the built worlds UMA’s students envision.
The Bachelor of Architecture degree at the University of Maine at Augusta is Maine’s only professional architecture program and is the only NAAB accredited five-year professional architecture degree in northern New England. In addition to teaching core values of space, scale, light, and design with intention, the program is committed to the community the program brings together, and to teaching “architecture through engagement.” UMA’s Architecture program “educates and empowers 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.”
Visitors are welcome to view the exhibition virtually via the link above, or in the Danforth Gallery, which is located in UMA's Jewett Hall and open 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. If attending in person, please abide by University and Maine state Covid restrictions by wearing a face covering and retaining a six-foot distance from others.