Tom dePaor, Yvonne Farrell & Sheila O'Donnel Panel/Presentations - 9-9-11 ARCH Lecture Architecture Lecture
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ARCH Lecture - Tom dePaor, Yvonne Farrell, & Sheila O'Donnell
November 9, 2011 | 6:30PM | 112 Wurster Hall
This lecture is part of the Irish Architecture Now symposia sponsored by the Irish Architecture Foundation.
Tom dePaor has practiced as an architect since 1992, making both public and private buildings. His work has received both national and international awards. dePaor is a graduate of University College Dublin. He has served as Architect-in-Residence at the National Sculpture Factory and as a board member of the Sculpture Society of Ireland, Dublin Corporation's Public Art Advisory Board, the National Sculpture Factory Board, and on the Arts Council of Ireland's Public Art Panel.
Yvonne Farrell co-founded Grafton Architects in 1978 with Shelley McNamara, having graduated from University College Dublin (UCD) in 1974. Farrell is a fellow of the RIAI, International Honorary Fellow of the RIBA, and elected member of Aosdána, the eminent Irish Art organization comprising Irish artists who have produced a body of work that is original and creative in the visual arts, literature, and music.
Sheila O'Donnell graduated from the School of Architecture at University College Dublin (UCD) in 1976
and worked in London for Spence and Webster, Colquhoun and Miller, and for Stirling Wilford Associates on the design and detailed development of the Tate’s Clore Gallery in Millbank. In 1980 she received a master’s degree in environmental design from the Royal College of Art in London. O'Donnell has developed her expertise through research and an ongoing teaching role at the UCD School of Architecture.