2014 Douglas A. Garofalo Fellowship Exhibition by inaugural fellow Molly Hunker.
April 1–May 10, 2014
UIC School of Architecture
South Gallery, 845 West Harrison Street
Tuesday, April 1, 5:30pm
No RSVP necessary.
Monday, April 7, 6pm
Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts
4 West Burton Place
Myth re-envisions the home shrine through the lens of the contemporary architectural installation. The project learns from the careful collection and curation of sentimental objects commonly found in home shrines, producing an emotionally resonant experience that recalibrates contemporary notions of atmosphere and engagement.
About Molly Hunker
Molly Hunker grew up in Wyoming. She graduated from Dartmouth College with a degree in urban geography and studio art. Later, Molly earned a Master of Architecture degree from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Molly has worked for architecture studios and art workshops in Seattle and Los Angeles, and in 2010 co-founded the design collaborative SPORTS with Greg Corso. Molly has taught at UCLA and Woodbury University, and currently serves as the 2013–2014 Garofalo Fellow at the UIC School of Architecture.
About the Douglas A. Garofalo Fellowship
Named in honor of architect and educator Doug Garofalo (1958–2011), the Douglas A. Garofalo Fellowship is a nine-month teaching fellowship that provides emerging designers the opportunity to teach studio and seminar courses in the undergraduate and graduate programs and conduct independent design research. The fellowship also includes a public lecture at the Graham Foundation and an exhibition at the UIC School of Architecture in the spring.
The Douglas A. Garofalo Fellowship is made possible through the generous support of individual and corporate donations, as well as a grant from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts.
To learn more about the Fellowship, please visit Garofalo Fellowship at UIC School of Architecture.