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ACSF 9 Videos

Videos of the 9th Symposium of the Architecture, Culture, and Spirituality Forum, Deer Isle, Maine

Architecture professor and ACSF 9 symposium co-chair Ben Jacks introduced the ninth annual Architecture, Culture, and Spirituality Forum Symposium which took place at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts from May 14 through 18, 2017. The introduction took place on Sunday, May 14 at the Gateway lecture space at Haystack on Deer Isle, Maine. The video publication is courtesy of Ben Jacks, Rebecca Krinke, and Mikesch Muecke. For more information about ACSF go to http://acsforum.org


Lindsay Jones gave a keynote lecture titled “Architectural Pedimentos: Crafting Petitions for a Better Life in Southern Mexico” as part of the ninth annual Architecture, Culture, and Spirituality Symposium which took place at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts from May 14 through 18. Jones’ lecture took place on Sunday, May 14 at the Gateway lecture space at Haystack on Deer Isle, Maine. The video publication is courtesy of Lindsay Jones. For more information go to http://acsforum.org


Daniel Johnston gave a keynote lecture titled “A Life Apprenticed To A Pottery Tradition” as part of the ninth annual Architecture, Culture, and Spirituality Symposium which took place at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts from May 14 through 18. Johnston’s lecture took place on Monday, May 15 at the Gateway lecture space at Haystack on Deer Isle, Maine. The video publication is courtesy of Daniel Johnston. For more information about ACSF go to http://acsforum.org


Architecture professor Bradford Grant gave a keynote lecture, titled “Design is an Act of Love: Contemplative Practices in Design Education” as part of the ninth annual Architecture, Culture, and Spirituality Symposium which took place at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts from May 14 through 18. Bradford’s lecture took place on Tuesday, May 16 at the Gateway lecture space at Haystack on Deer Isle, Maine. The video publication is courtesy of Bradford Grant. For more information about ACSF go to http://acsforum.org


During the ACS 9 (Architecture, Culture, and Spirituality) Symposium at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts on Deer Isle, Maine, architect William Tripp conducted a drawing workshop on Tuesday, 16 May 2017. As part of the workshop Tripp set up a camera to capture the large wall drawing as it was generated by the workshop participants. For more information about Tripp’s work, go to http://www.tripparch.com