50+ Anniversary Celebration

Join us on April 1 to celebrate the work of alumni and students and the collective impact of our school

Poster of 50th anniversary alumni celebration with program details and a graphic of "50+".

Throughout our 50th year, the School of Architecture and Planning is celebrating the “plus” of our collective community—our characteristic drive to challenge the limits of practice and knowledge.

On April 1, 2020, we'll put that plus on full display with a full day of events celebrating the work of our alumni and students and the collective impact of our program over five decades. The day's program includes our 50th Anniversary Alumni Exhibition, the second annual Sydney Gross Alumni Symposium, and a tour of Open Studios as part of Atelier Week recognizing student work. 

Please RSVP!

Please confirm your attendance for all or part of the program by filling out the RSVP form.

Program of events

Tuesday, March 31

Alumni Reception

6 pm - 8 pm
Duende at Silo City
85 Silo City Row, Buffalo, NY 14203

Wednesday, April 1

2020 Sydney Gross Alumni Symposium
1 pm - 5 pm
Hayes 403, UB South Campus

Alumni Exhibition Opening Reception
5:30 pm - 8 pm
Atrium Gallery, Hayes Hall

Atelier/Open Studios
6 pm - 8 pm
Explore student work as we open the doors of our studios throughout Hayes, Crosby and Parker Halls
Additional details coming soon!

March 31: Alumni Reception

Alumni are invited to join us on March 31 for a special welcome reception at Duende, in Buffalo's Silo City district, from 6 - 8 pm as we kick off our 50th anniversary celebration.


 

Learn more about the day's events

4/1/20

April 1, 2020 | 1 pm - 5 pm, Hayes Hall 403

The second annual Sydney Gross Alumni Symposium will bring together young professionals in emergent areas of practice in architecture, urban planning and real estate development who have graduated in the last decade. 

4/1/20

April 1, 2020 | 5:30 pm, Hayes Hall Atrium Gallery

To culminate our 50th anniversary year, the School of Architecture and Planning is curating an alumni exhibition celebrating the personal and professional achievements of 50 graduates from the past 50 years. All alumni invited to submit work for consideration.