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We’ve added TWO new very talented members to our already impressive list of jurors: – Architecture critic and journalist James Russell, who has written for Bloomberg News and Architectural Record. Mr. Russell is also an adjunct professor at the Spitzer School of Architecture … Continue reading
Architect and DawnTown Board Memeber Terry Riley travels around Miami and explains the rebirth of downtown Miami.
This video was taken during DWNTWN Art Days between current Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) Director Tom Collins, and former director Terry Riley. The video talks about the history of the new museum’s development and it’s social presence in the … Continue reading
DawnTown board member and juror, Terry Riley is founding partner of K/R (Keenen/Riley, 1984), an architectural studio in New York City well known for its designs for art museums and galleries throughout the United States. He is an architect internationally … Continue reading