School of Architecture Lecture Series: Scott Ingram

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***NOTE: The location of this lecture has been changed to Clough Commons Auditorium 144***

Scott Ingram’s work comments on art and architecture in human environments. Based in an American aesthetic, his range of art works include paintings, drawings, sculpture and photography as well as functional objects. Growing up in the Midwest, he was heavily influenced by the great modern architects of Chicago. Working for the Des Moines Art Center, Scott developed an in-depth understanding of contemporary art.

Scott has been exhibiting for more than 15 years and has been included in exhibitions around the United States as well as Spain and Canada. Most recently he exhibited at Solomon Projects, and Emily Amy Gallery here in Atlanta and Anna Kustera Gallery in New York, as well as Florida Atlantic University. He is currently preparing an exhibition of his architectural works with Auburn University.


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  • Created By: Mike Alberghini
  • Created: 02/20/2012
  • Modified By: Fletcher Moore
  • Modified: 10/07/2016

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