About this Event
Please join the Architecture Department for our weekly Tuesday Talks series, this week featuring Alan Joslin, presenting Connecting Performance with Place.
Alan Joslin, a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, is best known for cultural arts facilities; designing community, educational and gathering places for such distinguished organizations as The Preservation Society of Newport County, The Boston Symphony Orchestra, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, DreamWorks SKG, The Walt Disney Company, Rockport Music, Gloucester Stage Company, Bowdoin College, Trinity College, Williams College, Babson College, Phillips Exeter Academy, and The Lawrenceville School. He brings a creative and interactive approach that shapes environments to become beloved destinations by reflecting the unique character of their cultural and academic institutions and those who live, work and celebrate within them. Alan also designs homes to support and complement each of his client’s personal passions.
In 2002 Alan founded Epstein Joslin Architects with his wife, following 17 years as a Principal-in-Charge of Design and/or Project Architect with William Rawn Associates, a nationally prominent, award-winning, 55-person architectural design firm. In parallel with his current practice, Alan has shared his knowledge and design passion for 7 years as a Visiting Associate Professor in the MIT Department of Architecture, teaching architectural design. He is also a frequent presenter for AIA events and theater and acoustic symposia.