SA+P Alumni in the Media: Week of April 8

Connecting art and architecture in surprising ways
Describing himself as a “connector rather than a divider,” whose work explores new and surprising ways to think about memory, culture, and change, HTC alum Jorge Otero-Pailos ‘02 attributes his diverse career to MIT’s open culture. Read a profile

DUSPx DC celebrates DUSP community and impact
The 6th annual DUSPx event aiming to foster connections among MIT DUSP, MIT alumni, current students, and faculty. Read more about the evening celebrating community and impact.  

Desert backpacking, Curry-oke, and Thai cooking
As ACT alumna Sarah Witt SM '11 continues to align work and play through Hole in the Sand, she offers a new set of food experiences in the desert. Learn more

Studio snapshots
"[A]rchitecture is nothing but the unexpected alignment of dozens of people around a shared idea." Future Firm, the practice of Architecture alumna Ann Lok Lui SMArchS '15 and Craig Resche is profiled in Archinect

Inside the Historic New Orleans Collection’s $38M expansion
The Historic New Orleans Collection celebrates its new expansion, which includes a VR history tour created by MIT Media Lab alumna Xiao Xiao '09, SM '11, PhD '16 (MAS) and ACT alumni Alan Kwan SM ’16 and Bjorn Sparrman SM ’16. Curbed.