Seminar speaker, “Regionalism in a Global Environment” (with Roberto de Leon, Jr., AIA, NCARB, LEED AP; Andrew Freear; and Frank Harmon, FAIA), AIA National Convention, Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia
Symposium speaker, “Design in the Middle: Making Space in the American Small Town”, (with Andrew Wells, Steve McDowell, David Dowell, and Jeff Day), Drury University, Springfield, Missouri
Lecture, Georgia Tech University, Atlanta, Georgia
Keynote Address, “[Re]Engaged Architecture: Celebrating 20 Years of Studio 804” (with Brian MacKay-Lyons, Frank Harmon, Andrew Freear, Ted Flato, and Bridgette Shim), University of Kansas School of Architecture, Design and Planning, Lawrence, Kansas
United States Artists Assembly in Chicago for a ceremony honoring 2014 United States Artists fellowship recipients; Marlon is a 2014 US Artists Ford Fellow
Lecture, University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada
Lecture, Celebrate Architecture, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Lecture, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Lecture, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
Lecture, Florida Atlantic University, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Lecture, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York
Lecture, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
Interior Design Show, Toronto Canada
Lecture, Puerto Rico AIA, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Lecture; Architects Newspaper Facade Lecture, Dallas, Texas
Lecture; Architecture Record Inovation Conference, New York, New York
Lecture; Cooper Union, Architecture League of New York, New York, New York
Lecture; Iowa State AIA
Jury; Iowa State Design Awards
Jury; Los Angeles AIA Design Awards Jury, Los Angeles, California
Lecture; Wilmington AIA, Wilmington, North Carolina
Lecture; Stanford, Palo Alto, California
Lecture; Toledo AIA
Lecture; Utah AIA
Lecture; Harry Weese Symposium, Columbus, Indiana
Lecture; Charleston Design Center Lecture, Charleston, SC
Lecture; RPI CASE Institute
Lecture; Texas Design Conference, Austin, Texas
Lecture; Penn State
Lecture; Rural Studio
Lecture; University of South Florida
Lecture; Nebraska Fall Conference
Lecture; Monterey Design Festival
Lecture; Indiana | Kentucky | Ohio AIA Convention
Lecture; Cornell Ornithology Lab
Lecture; Tennessee AIA State Convention
Lecture; Ashville, North Carolina AIA State Convention
Lecture; Nebraska AIA State Convention
Lecture; Texas Tech University, Tau Sigma Delta
Lecture; Nevada Museum of Art
Jury and Lecture; New York AIA Design Awards
Lecture; Alabama AIA State Convention Awards
Lecture; Rural Studio, Hale County, Alabama
Lecture; University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Featured Speaker; Colorado AIA State Convention, Keystone, Colorado.
Featured Speaker; Oklahoma AIA State Convention, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Jury; Ft. Worth AIA Speaker and Design Awards.
Philadelphia AIA Design Awards Presentation.
Lecture; University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri.
Lecture; Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.
Lecture; Mississippi AIA Convention; Sandestin, Flordia
Lecture; Gulf States Emerging Professional Symposium; Memphis, Tennessee
Lecture; Indianapolis AIA Convention, Indianapolis Museum of Art Indianapolis, Indiana.
Lecture; Portal to the Point Symposium in Pittsburgh, PA
Lecture; San Antonio AIA Lecture Series.
Lecture; University of Illinois at Chicago The lecture is at Gallery 1100 A+A, 845 W
Harrison St. at 6PM
2011.11.01 - 2011.11.05
2011.10.27 - 2011.10.30
Lecture and guest reviewer at Auburn's Rural Studio.
2011.10.13 - 2011.10.17
Lecture at Montana State.
2011.06.15 - 2011.06.17
Lecture at the 2011 Ghost Symposium in Leerburg, Nova Scotia.
Here are some links to some interesting articles on the event:
Architectural Record: Ghost Lab 13: Plotting a New Course for Architecture
Azure Magazine: An Architectural Woodstock
ArchDaily: Ghost 13: Ideas in Things
2011 Thomas Jefferson Chair at the University of Virginia School of Architecture.
The Thomas Jefferson Chair supports visits to the University of Virginia School of Architecture by a highly–regarded visiting faculty member each year. The duration or number of visits may vary, but the intention is for the Thomas Jefferson Chair to bring unique skills and perspectives to teaching a course at the University of Virginia School of Architecture.
Look here for the latest information regarding future lectures by Marlon Blackwell.