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Practice : Fall 2008
e BAC Alumni Association proudly presented We the BAC, a juried alumni exhibition, in conjunction with the AIA convention held in Boston in May. e exhibition represented the best work by BAC alumni from around the world. More than submis- sions were received from alums in fteen states and abroad, with project sites covering twenty states and seven foreign countries. A distinguished jury of practitioners and academics chose the nal projects, which were displayed during the convention and through- out the BAC's Commencement Weekend. An opening reception on Wednesday, May th, was attended by over two hundred alumni, family members and friends. Members of the BAC Board and Overseers were also on hand to celebrate the signi cant accomplishments of our alums. We the BAC was planned and implemented by a volunteer alumni committee, with Sarah Ritch ' and Marrikka Trotter ' serving as Curators. Additional committee members included Ramsey Bakhoum ' , Bill Boxx ' , Fay DeAvignon ' , Bernie Goba ' , Arto Kurkjian ' , Karen Schacht ' , and David Silverman ' . Categories for submission included: Built Work, On the Boards, Community Contributions, Expanded Horizons, Scholarly Contributions and Nominated Professionals. e categories were chosen, according to the Curators, to "represent the truth of collegiate learning: living knowledge, knowledge not limited to a par- ticular time, place, or individual, but rather extending to all time, places and the global community." e exhibition was displayed in the third oor raw space of the BAC's new building at Boylston Street. David Silverman ' and Nat May ' , with assistance from other committee members and volunteers, designed and built a module system employing the innovative use of color, fabric and light. eatrical lighting for the exhibition and the opening reception was donated by Intense Lighting, Boston Light Source, High Output eatre Lighting and Osram Sylvania. Lighting ser vices were contributed by Vic Reno of Reno Engineering and Light Design. e opening reception was sponsored by Commodore Construction. Additional funding We the BAC A juried exhibition during the AIA Convention. ALUMNI NEWS ] WE THE BAC EXHIBITION left to right: Kittredge Center at Holyoke Community College, Goody Clancy, Nick Weidemann; Mountain Drive Residence, Ron Sorgman Architect; Monsueto Ventures, TPG Architecture NY, John Maleri; The Metropolitan, Boston, The Architectural Team, Bob Verrier PRACTICE 50