We are saddened to announce that due to a fire at Parsons, Now What?! Advocacy, Activism and Alliances in American since 1968 is cancelled this spring. The show will travel to Los Angeles this summer as planned, and we're working on bringing it back to New York this fall.
We are pleased to announce that Point Line Projects was awarded the 2nd Annual Employee Diversity Recognition Award at the University of Pittsburgh!
Join us Monday, November 20 for an evening of conversation on architecture and activism featuring a stellar list of presenters!
Our exhibition Collage City: Memory, Experience and Depicting Dreams opened in Pittsburgh on Friday, November 3 at Assemble, featuring the Dream Diary of artist-architect Annie Wang. The exhibition is open until the end of November and we'll be adding shots from the gallery workshops all month long.
Sarah Rafson receives the Ann Kalla Professorship in Architecture at the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture for the 2017-18 academic calendar.
Wednesday October 4, 5-7pm
3810 Butler St, Pittsburgh, PA