Harrison Lecture: Chelsea Grassinger

March 6, 2020
3:30 pm to 5:00 pm

About this event

Chelsea Grassinger, principal at Allied Works Architecture in Portland, Oregon, engages in projects on all levels, supporting and shepherding the design intent into the built form while also navigating the challenges inherent with executing highly complex projects.

Grassinger is giving a free presentation at Mississippi State as part of the School of Architecture's spring Harrison Lecture Series.

She has overseen project design and management for some of Allied Works's most significant projects, including the National Veteran's Memorial and Museum, the National Music Centre of Canada, the University of Michigan Museum of Art, the Providence Park MLS/NWSL Stadium expansion, and currently, the new art museum at Penn State. Originally from the Southwest, Chelsea began her architectural training with Rick Joy Architects in Tucson, Arizona, before joining Allied Works in 2000.

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Robert and Freda Harrison Auditorium at Giles Hall - 899 Collegeview St., Mississippi State, MS 39762
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Hans Herrmann
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The Harrison Lecture Series is sponsored through a generous gift by Freda Wallace Harrison and Dr. Robert V.M. Harrison, FAIA, FCSI.