Norwich Lecture Series: Brian J. Mac, Principal Architect at Birdseye

Norwich Lecture Series Brian J Mac Principal Architect at Birdseye

Date: 11/12/21 4:00 PM

Livestream: https://bit.ly/3pNjpaY
Location: Northfield, VT

Norwich University’s School of Architecture + Art continues
this year’s lecture series with “Jeezum Crow! The Architecture of Birdseye,” a
presentation by Brian Mac, principal architect at Birdseye, who will discuss the
advancement of creative processes at 4 p.m. Nov. 12 in the Chaplin Hall Gallery.
This event is free and open to the public. The event will also be livestreamed

here: bit.ly/3pNjpaY.


Vermont’s resonant culture and landscape has played a vital role in the
development of the architectural language of Birdseye. For the past 25 years,
Birdseye has drawn inspiration from its home state of Vermont. The natural
beauty mixed with the bucolic agrarian landscape, the vibrant cross section of
Vermonters and the collective positive social consciousness of public policy runs
deep in the shaping of its people. This assemblage is intrinsically rooted in the
process of all that is Birdseye.
The lecture, by Mac, Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, will explore
and unfold the many layers of how this unique collage of living and working in
northern Vermont has guided the creative process in their work and beyond.

Earn 1.5 LU

Contact: Eleanor D'Aponte
Email: edapont@ norwich.edu