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- Andover Center for History and Culture 1
- Annenberg 1
- Architects; P. C. 1
- Aspen Art Museum 1
- Biomimicry Design Alliance 1
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- English 13
I interviewed Kimberly and she told us about her most favorite childhood memories. Some of those memories were spending time with her cousins and going to Universal Studios very often with her cousin. She also mentions some childhood nicknames she...
Elizabeth Elrod, a freshman at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, talks with Heather McDonnell about her childhood, people who have impacted her, and what she finds meaningful in life.
Lesley Martin (61) interviews John K. Notz, Jr. (84) about his experiences using the Chicago History Museum as a resource for Chicago projects and how his scholarship influenced public history.
Michelle Bear is a project manager at an architecture firm in Saint Louis. She also works out of offices in Chicago and Toronto and has spent much of her career traveling to places like Pakistan, Mexico, Italy, France, and many...
Tom Hennes (65) and One Small Step partner, Bill Watts (67), discuss their careers, travel opportunities, and politics.
Edward Uhlir (72), who was the project design director for Millennium Park, is interviewed by his daughters, Laura (30) and Lydia (33) Uhlir, about his long career in civil service.
An interview between a high school student (Abby) and a self-employed architect (John) following his career path in sustainable design, solar energy, and net zero homes
Lorain "Sunny" Hennig (92) tells his daughter, Catherine A. Hennig Bachman (61), about his time growing up on a farm in Iowa, his service in the air force in World War II and Vietnam, and his career after as a...
Nancy and Heidi share memories of the history of the Aspen Art Museum developing, along with personal anecdotes about why art matters and why Nancy begin collecting art.
Spouses Cynthia Conlon (71) and Robert Conlon (69) share a conversation about when they first came to Seaside, Florida, what makes Seaside unique, and the community and atmosphere in Seaside.
Jhanea "Jha D" Williams (34) has a conversation with her friend and colleague Michael Murphy (39) about how the Gun Violence Memorial Project has transformed the ways they see their roles as architects.
My aunt tells me of family history, and the women in my family who went to college during the Great Depression.
Kuukuwa is a trained architect from Ghana currently pursuing a PhD in Politics and International Studies at SOAS, University of London. She is also the Principal Investigator on building Early Accra - a project that aims to digitise endangered architectural...