About the Lectureship
The Dean Arcangelo Cascieri Lectureship in the Humanities was established by the BAC Alumni Association in 1992 to honor the spirit of volunteerism. Each year, the BAC invites a distinguished speaker to present a public lecture on the many ways in which architecture and design interact with other disciplines, an enrich our common life. It is thanks to our volunteers, as well as the donors and sponsors who contribute so generously to the Cascieri Lectureship Fund, that the lectureship is made possible.
Cascieri 20: Brendan MacFarlane
"Stories are often an aspect that remains untold or hidden behind our projects; yet we feel that they are the reason that gives depth to certain projects, going beyond just what we see. They are often the very motor to projects." - Brendan MacFarlane.
In his lecture, Stories and Histoires, Brendan explained the stories behind his work, and how they have developed and gave form and meaning.
Past Cascieri Lectures
Cascieri 18: Time Starts
Cascieri 17: Jersey Devil: Architect as Artisan
Cascieri 16: Preserving the Modern
Janet Marie Smith
Cascieri 15: Out of the Park...
Cascieri 14: The Architecture of Place-The Place of Architecture
Dr. Herbert Benson
Cascieri 13: Spirit Matters
Cascieri 12: Give Me Shelter-Building Communities in Need
Cascieri 11: Standing Toom Only: An Exploration of the Audience's Place, Position and Posture from the Rose of Marlowe and Shakespeare to Fenway Park
Cascieri 10: Design Diplomacy: The Influence Edge
Cascieri 9: The Pritzker Architecture Prize: A Juror's Perspective
Cascieri 8: Art in the Public Realm
Cascieri 7: The Politics of Creativity
Cascieri 6: Boston, Past and Future
Cascieri 5: Teaching Artists, Artists Teaching
Robert Campbell and Peter Vanderwarker
Cascieri 4: Cityscapes of Boston
Cascieri 3: The Jane Jacobs Connection: City Design and Citizen Reality in Boston
Cascieri 2: Language and Ethics in Architecture
H. Morse Payne
Cascieri 1: The Genesis of 10 Towns: Urban Design in 17th Century New England