Archinect Sessions: Live Panel on The Current State of LA’s Architecture Student Publications

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By Paul Petrunia,

Event photo, by Lena Pozdnyakova

Event photo, by Lena Pozdnyakova

On this episode of Archinect Sessions we’re sharing the recording of a panel discussion I moderated last weekend at the A+D Museum, as part of the current exhibition The Los Angeles Schools. The panel brought together five students and three faculty members representing student-led publications from LA’s architecture programs. Rayne Laborde and Phoebe Webster represented UCLA‘s POOL; Marcelyn Gow represented SCI-Arc’s Offramp; Richard Mapes, Corie Yaguchi and Irvin Shaifa represented SCI-Arc‘s UnderscoreAlvin Huang represented USC’s Supertall; and Stephen Phillips, Cal Poly LA Metro’s Director, represented their program’s hardcover publication LA Ten.

From L to R: Richard Mapes, Irvin Shaifa, Alvin Huang, Rayne Laborde, Phoebe Webster. Photo by Lena Pozdnyakova

Our talk covers a lot of ground, exposing the inner-workings of editing and producing publications in today’s unique and highly transformative media landscape. Our conversations cover issues of editorial decision-making, design, freedom of expression and thoughts on the future of student publishing in architecture school.

Event photo, by Lena Pozdnyakova
From L to R: Stephen Phillips, Marcelyn Gow, Corie Yaguchi. Event photo, by Lena Pozdnyakova
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Event photo, by Lena Pozdnyakova
Event photo, by Lena Pozdnyakova
Event photo, by Lena Pozdnyakova

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