In-Person and Virtual Program (proof of vaccination required to attend in person)
Celebrate the work of Dolores Hayden, Professor of Architecture, Urbanism, and American Studies Emerita at Yale University. Hayden is the 24th recipient of the National Building Museum’s annual Vincent Scully Prize. Beginning in the 1970s, she pioneered the analysis of American built environments to document the history of gender, class, and race. As an urban historian, architect, and poet, Hayden is the author of several award-winning books about American landscapes and the politics of place. In a conversation with Ellen Dunham-Jones, Director of the Master of Science in Urban Design degree and host of the Redesigning Cities podcast at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Hayden will discuss how gender inequality is maintained by the built environment and reflect on what an egalitarian city with feminist infrastructure might be like.
$10 Museum Member / FREE Student / $15 Non-member
This program qualifies for 1.5 LU/HSW (AIA) and 1.5 PDH (LA CES/ASLA).
The Vincent Scully Prize is named for the esteemed Yale professor whose teaching inspired so many individuals in the building fields. The prize recognizes excellence in practice, scholarship, or criticism in architecture, historic preservation, and urban design. View a list of past recipients of the prize.
Dolores Hayden's new book of poetry, Exuberance, will be available for purchase in the Museum's Shop.
This program will be presented in person in the National Building Museum's Great Hall. The reception begins at 5:30 pm and will be followed by the award ceremony and program at 6:30 pm. The program will conclude at 8 pm. It will also be broadcast live. Once you complete your ticket purchase, you'll receive a confirmation email containing the link to view the live broadcast, if you are not attending in person. Please note that proof of vaccination is required to attend in person and we encourage masks wearing when possible.