Ann Hamilton photographed nearly 300 members of the St. Louis and WashU communities for her Art on Campus installation.
Innovation and collaboration are at the core of our mission of interdisciplinary study and practice. We recognize that design and the visual arts play significant roles in inspiring solutions to social, cultural, and environmental concerns and have formulated an educational model that is flexible and attuned to the global realities of our complex century.
Because contemporary practice demands not only disciplinary proficiency, but also fluency across disciplines, the Sam Fox School offers multiple opportunities for interdisciplinary study, multi-disciplinary collaborative research, and problem solving on both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Our students develop abilities to think, communicate, and work across disciplinary lines.
Fundamental to the success of our educational model is a nationally and internationally recognized faculty. These artists, designers, architects, and scholars are distinguished by strength in their primary disciplines and are equally committed to contribution to interdisciplinary dialogue and scholarship. Out students are engaged in applying the tools of our fields to effect positive change through creative innovation and scholarship.
The Alberti Program: Architecture for Young People is the 2016 honoree of the AIA Diversity Recognition Program, which celebrates architects, AIA chapters, educational institutions, and organizations that are actively committed to increasing diversity and inclusion in architecture.