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Spring into Design - Fundraising Gala 2015

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Spring into Design

April 23, 2015 More »

Spring into Design

The Boston Architectural College is at the forefront of educating forward-thinking designers who are invested in building sustainable urban neighborhoods. Join us for an extraordinary evening celebrating the work of the BAC and its community, in support of our mission of designing a sustainable future. This lively reception-style event will focus on the wide theme of urban sustainability and what that means for our community and the future of design practices.

Education

Spring 2015 Student Lecture Series: Jean Carroon

Lecture now available to watch online More »

Spring 2015 Student Lecture Series: Jean Carroon

Build or Rebuild? Transformative Change by Design
Whether building new or restoring old, design has the power to create transformative change-environmental, social and economic-merging architecture, planning, and historic preservation for a new healthy and resilient world. From the restoration of a dozen National Historic Landmarks to the creation of whole city master plans and major new buildings, Jean Carroon, a principal of Goody Clancy, will illustrate how design can create places of opportunity, equity, and enhanced quality of life. A graduate of the University of Oregon, Jean is a Fellow of the AIA, a LEED Fellow, and the Vice President for Practice with the Boston Society of Architects.

Education

BAC Recognized for Community Engagement

Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation More »

BAC Recognized for Community Engagement

The Boston Architectural College (BAC) is pleased to announce the College has been selected by the Carnegie Foundation for its 2015 Community Engagement Classification. The BAC is selected among colleges and universities nationwide as a campus that is improving teaching and learning, producing research that makes a difference in its communities, and revitalizing its civic and academic mission.

"The classification is a testament to the incredible work of our faculty and staff to engage with the world around them to enrich our campus and the community that surrounds our vibrant campus in the heart of Boston. The projects our students and faculty complete in Boston's neighborhoods and surrounding areas have made a significant difference in the lives of those living and working in them, and they have offered our College and its communities of support a sense of pride and accomplishment that comes with creating positive change," said Acting President Julia Halevy..more

Photo: The installation of the Gateway Parkolation Project parklet outside of Mei Mei Street Kitchen in Boston as part of the Gateway Initiative 

01/14

The BAC Earns 2015 CHEA Award for Outstanding Practice

The BAC's Practice Department is recognized for "Outstanding Institutional Practice in Student Learning Outcomes"  More »

01/07

BAC Earns Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation

Recognized among colleges and universities nationwide for its collaboration with other institutions of higher education and its larger community  More »

12/22

BAC Director of Design for Human Health Selected as Panelist at BUILDEX Vancouver

Dak Kopec will participate in featured Interior Design Keynote Panel  More »

11/21

BAC Alumna Inducted into New England Design Hall of Fame

Award-winning interior designer and business-owner, Christina Oliver ’90, recognized for notable career   More »

11/17

The BAC Collaborates with the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana (UPB) on Social Urbanism

BAC's Maria Bellalta served as visiting faculty member at UPB  More »

11/05

BAC Design Studies Program Welcomes Pakistani Students and Faculty to Campus

Three-year cultural exchange made possible by grant from the Public Affairs Section, U.S. Embassy, Islamabad  More »

"The nature of the BAC student is to be entrepreneurial, educated to be an inherently good problem-solver." -Carole Wedge, B.Arch'90

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Accepting applications for Fall 2015 More »

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The Boston Architectural College is a dynamic institution on the leading edge of design education. Located in the heart of Boston's historic Back Bay, the BAC is an independent college of spatial design, founded in 1889. Our mission is to provide an exceptional design education, emerging from real-world practice and accessible to diverse communities.

With over 800 degree program students, the BAC offers accredited undergraduate and graduate programs onsite and online in Architecture, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Design Studies. Our Professional & Continuing Education offers classes and certificate programs for design professionals who wish to enhance skills and increase expertise.

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Attend an info session March 2

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Attend an info session March 2

The Boston Architectural College is a dynamic institution on the leading edge of design education. Located in the heart of Boston's historic Back Bay, the BAC is an independent college of spatial design, founded in 1889. Our mission is to provide an exceptional design education, emerging from real-world practice and accessible to diverse communities.

With over 800 degree program students, the BAC offers accredited undergraduate and graduate programs onsite and online in Architecture, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Design Studies. Our Professional & Continuing Education offers classes and certificate programs for design professionals who wish to enhance skills and increase expertise.

BAC Events

Travel to Cuba with the BAC

May 29–June 8, 2015 More »

Travel to Cuba with the BAC

Be a part of the BAC's tradition of "Learning by Going" with a people-to-people educational exchange in Cuba. Building on the college's experience there since 2001, this 10-day trip to Havana, Cienfuegos and Trinidad coincides with the 30th anniversary of the Bienal de La Habana, an international art exhibition promoting contemporary work from "underrepresented voices." Guests will have access to rarely visited significant sites, and there will be multiple opportunities during the trip to experience the unique architecture, art, food, and culture of Cuba. This trip is being run in coordination with the Center for Cuban Studies.

03/11/2015

Spring 2015 Student Lecture Series: Alexandra Lange

Apples & Oranges, The Strange Bedfellows of Architecture Criticism More »