Thursday - 3pm to 6pm   
Friday - 3pm to 7pm 
Saturday - 10am to 5pm 
Sunday - 10am to 4pm 

House Housing: An Untimely History of Architecture and Real Estate is an ongoing research project conducted by the Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture/ Columbia University that encourages a public, historically informed conversation about the intersection of architecture and real estate development. In Chicago, the Buell Center has partnered with the National Public Housing Museum for an installation in two apartments within the former Jane Addams Homes. The exhibition We, Next Door organized by NPHM with young people in its “Youth Advisory Council” responds creatively and critically to the House Housing episodes—situating the project specifically in Chicago, and in the teens’ lived experience of public housing. Together these exhibitions speak of a history that is untimely due to its ability to unsettle the present, with the aim that visitors discover a new perspective through which to see the architecture and real estate that surrounds us all.

Biography of Speaker/Presenter: 
Reinhold Martin, Director, Buell Center, Columbia University 
Todd Palmer, Associate Director and Curator, National Public Housing Museum 
Jacob Moore, Curator and Program Coordinator, Buell Center, Columbia University 
Susanne Schindler, Curator and Lead Researcher, Buell Center, Columbia University 
MTWTF, Designers

Additional Partners: 
We, Next Door co-curatorial curriculum made possible by The Boeing Company 

Curriculum Director: Camille Acker, NPHM Programs and Development Associate 

Curriculum Collaborating Mentors 

Miguel Aguilar (artist, Graffiti Institute) 
Lolly Bowean (journalist, Chicago Tribune) 
Andres Hernandez (artist/architect, School of the Art Institute) 
Anjuli Maniam (curator, Chicago Architecture Foundation) 
Natalie Moore (author and journalist, WBEZ)