Unknown Studio to Speak at Morgan State University
Unknown Studio is honored to participate in Morgan State University’s School of Architecture and Planning Fall Lecture series. On Wednesday, November 6 at 5:30, Nick Glase and Claire Agre will be presenting recent works inspired by the launch of their landscape architecture studio in Baltimore, MD. Their lecture, “Manifestographs,” will explore lessons learned over 35 years of practice, in addition to specific provocations for the built environment in their hometown of Baltimore.
Morgan State University’s Department of Landscape Architecture, established in 1979, is the oldest accredited landscape architecture program in the state of Maryland, and the only Master of Landscape Architecture offered at a Historically Black Institution. Through collaborative projects, scholarly research, creative endeavors, and community outreach, the department exemplifies the University’s role as a preeminent public institution serving the citizens and lands of Baltimore, Maryland, and the Chesapeake Bay region.
More information about Morgan State’s department of landscape architecture and the fall lecture series can be found here: