A picture of a woman kneeling in front of a board depicting different architectural plans.

Zoe Zenghelis at the Architectural Association, presenting the student work of Color Workshop, 1988-89. Courtesy AA Archives

In Conversation: Zoe Zenghelis

CMOA Theater


Please join Zoe Zenghelis – artist and co-founding member of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture– for a roundtable conversation with architect and educator Hamed Khosravi, multidisciplinary practitioner Sarah Akigbogun, and Associate Curator, Heinz Architectural Center, Theodossis Issaias, on the occasion of the exhibition Zoe Zenghelis: Fields Fragments, Fictions.

Zenghelis will discuss her artistic process, educational methods, and tensions and potentials of collaborative work and collective authorship. A reception at the Café Carnegie at Carnegie Museum of Art will follow.

Join us for this in-person conversation in the Carnegie Museum of Art Theater, and if you can't make it, register and you'll receive a link to a livestream of the event the morning of the event.

The event is co-presented with Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture and coincides with the 75th Annual International Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians in Pittsburgh.

About In Conversation

In Conversation is a series of engaged discussions with scholars, artists, writers, and creatives who explore different points of view and share multiple perspectives on our collections and exhibitions. Hear from a diverse lineup of guests discussing a range of topics in relation to our galleries and public art spaces.

Registration Information

Admission to this conversation is pay what you wish. Your donation supports our museum’s programs. Museum admission is a separate fee, should you want to visit the museum before or after the event. Purchased your timed ticket online.