Wednesday, 28 January 2009
BEVERLY, MA – In announcing the opening of the Center for Visual and Performing Arts at Endicott College this week, President Richard Wylie called the Center “a hallmark building on campus” that offers “an environment that is both challenging and supportive.”
The 62,000 s.f. Center will be dedicated in June when Endicott marks its 70th anniversary. It houses a range of arts studies and performance spaces, including a 250-seat recital hall; 100-seat black box theatre; music practice and rehearsal rooms; a gallery for visiting art exhibits; a gallery for student works; studios for painting, photography, printmaking, ceramics, and wood shop; and computer labs.
The project broke ground in the summer of 2007. ...[more]
Tuesday, 17 April 2012
How does a liberal arts education remain a valid, viable and affordable pathway for millennial students?
That was the big question at last week’s conference at Wake Forest on Rethinking Success, from the Liberal Arts to Careers in the 21st century, which drew academic and student development leaders from across the country.
Conference participants talked at length about how the skills that are central to academic success are also vital to building a sustainable career in the 21st century. It is imperative that colleges and universities not only support the skills ...[more]
Thursday, 13 September 2012
Shepley Bulfinch is pleased to welcome healthcare planning and design leader Sharon Woodworth, AIA, as a principal in the firm’s San Francisco office.
In announcing the appointment, Shepley Bulfinch president Carole Wedge said, “Sharon’s remarkable portfolio and her passion for client partnership is a perfect match for Shepley, as we elevate our work and grow our national healthcare practice.”
Sharon has led healthcare planning and design projects throughout the Western US and in Western Canada. Her award-winning work has included major clinical projects for the Santa Clara County Health System; Stanford Hospital; the University ...[more]
Wednesday, 6 October 2010
What happens when you integrate sophisticated cancer treatment with the healing power of nature and art? Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven Hospital is the subject of a three-page feature in the September 2010 Architecture Showcase in Healthcare Design magazine. The showcase presentation draws particular attention to the role of art in healing and the use of evidence-based design at Smilow.
The hospital, which includes a eighth-floor healing garden (photo, right) among its innovative sustainable design features, is on target for LEED certification.
Friday, 10 May 2013
Shepley Bulfinch is pleased to welcome seminal design leader Scott Slarsky, who has joined the firm as a director.
In announcing the appointment, president Carole Wedge said, “Scott is an exciting new design voice for Shepley Bulfinch, with passion, vision, and a deep understanding of how design can provide clarity of purpose and mission during times of institutional growth and change.”
Scott cites Spanish modernism as a particular influence on his work, drawing from formative years spent in Madrid working with Rafael Moneo and Juan Navarro Baldeweg. As a co-founder of designLAB, Scott and his ...[more]
Friday, 11 May 2012
Shepley Bulfinch has named Amrita Raja as the firm’s 2012 Summer Design Fellow. Amrita, who was selected from a highly competitive field of more than 50 candidates, will spend ten weeks this summer immersed in design challenges in the firm’s Boston studio.
In selecting Amrita as this year’s Fellow, committee members cited the depth of expression in her work and her understanding and articulacy in discussing her design decisions and intent.
Amrita will start her final year in the Master’s program in Architecture at Yale this fall. She is now in the early stages ...[more]