Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Places&Spaces arrives to the University of Miami

The opening of the Places&Spaces visualization exhibit and lecture series is two weeks away. Many people at the University of Miami are working hard to get everything ready. I shot some photos of the installation this morning. The first ones show UM School of Architecture's Glasgow Hall, where half of the exhibit will be hosted, and where the talks by Katy Börner, Manuel Lima, Nigel Holmes, John Grimwade, Stephen Few, etc., will take place. The photos at the bottom were shot at UM's Richter Library, where the second half of the exhibit will be displayed.

As I've already explained, you can attend any of the talks for free, but you'll need to sign up (see link beside each lecture title,), as space is limited. We are also planning to record the talks, and make them available at our visualization website. but I don't have all the details about that yet.

SEE ALL THE PHOTOS





















2 comments:

  1. The vital things to appear out for whereas writing a resume is to sell your services and qualifications well, associate degree leader would ideally not wish to flip the page of a resume to go looking for qualifications of the person.  more

    ReplyDelete
  2. Punctuation proofreading software package - one more data processing tool? will it facilitate US on up our writing skills? There square measure some ways to enhance our writing skills: reading books, guides, or taking personal lessons. click here

    ReplyDelete