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University of Tennessee-Knoxville

October 6, 2011

University of Tennessee
College of Architecture and Design
Open House

November 11, 2011

The University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design is hosting its first college-wide Open House, Friday, November 11, in tandem with university-wide Open House, Saturday, November 12 (http://admissions.utk.edu/undergraduate/). Home to diverse and internationally recognized practitioners, scholars, and teachers, the college offers a wide array of programs: first-professional undergraduate degrees in architecture and interior design, first-professional graduate degrees in architecture and landscape architecture, and post-professional programs in architecture and landscape architecture (http://www.arch.utk.edu/Academic_Programs/academicprograms.shtml). The all-day event begins on the university’s Knoxville campus and includes presentations by faculty and students, tours of our award winning facility and multi-disciplinary design-build projects such as The New Norris House (http://www.thenewnorrishouse.com/) and the Living Light Solar Decathlon House (http://livinglightutk.com/), the historic Norris Dam, and the university gardens. The day will conclude with a talk by local historian and author Jack Neely, and a reception at the university’s Downtown Gallery of art. The event is free of charge but spaces are limited. Please contact Ms. Vanessa Arthur (varthur@utk.edu). For more information consult: http://www.arch.utk.edu/.

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