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Saturday, May 26 • 5:00pm - 5:50pm
Cal Poly Architecture Designs for the Museum of Science Fiction

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For this special project, students in Professor Margaret Kirk’s third-year Architectural Design class were challenged to create a proposal for the Museum of Science Fiction. The students started by examining a work of science fiction (film) and designed a character based on what they analyzed. In the character design, the students considered the spatial and material systems and connections of body and skin to create a costume. They are translating those ideas into a museum design, addressing larger social, cultural and organizational implications.

During this timeframe, Professor Kirk and the students will be in the gallery space to discuss the project and their designs.

Exhibitors
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Margaret Kirk

Professor Margaret Kirk's architectural work includes a diverse portfolio ranging from small exhibitions to large eco-resorts. She has experience in domestic and international projects for renowned institutions, government agencies, development companies and celebrity clients. A former... Read More →

Staff
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Shauna Fitzgerald

Vice President, Special Events and Planning, Museum of Science Fiction
Science fiction has been a part of Shauna’s life since she was three years old. Her earliest memories include watching reruns of The Twilight Zone and Star Trek. In high school and college, she often convinced her English teachers to let her read and write reports on science fiction... Read More →

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