To celebrate the opening of the architecture exhibition Two Sides of the Border, join EPMA for a lecture by Tatiana Bilbao. Bilbao’s designs humanize spaces, opening up the opportunity for cultural and economic development. She has taught as a visiting professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, at the Rice University School of Architecture, and at the Yale School of Architecture. Lecture is followed by reception.
Two Sides of the Border is the result of an alliance of architecture studios organized by Mexican educator and architect Tatiana Bilbao. In El Paso, the exhibition is organized by Ersela Kripa, Assistant Professor, Texas Tech University College of Architecture at El Paso, and is supported by TTU College of Architecture.