Andrea Hunter Dietz
- Faculty Advisor and Assistant Professor,
Exhibition Design Program
- Flagg Building, Rm. 142, 500 17th St. NW, Washington DC 20006
- [email protected]
Andrea Dietz is an architect, curator, and writer. Her creative and scholarly practice is focused on “architecture(s) of and on display” – or the translation and exhibition of the built environment. Through “architecture(s) of and on display,” she advocates for diversifying the representations of architecture and design (defined in terms of both authorship and expression).
Andrea has worked in architecture research and exhibition design with Bestor Architecture, Chu + Gooding Architects, and independently. She has a background in cross-border exhibition and event production with Estudio Teddy Cruz and Kyong Park. She has taught foundation architecture studios with Cal Poly Pomona and was a longtime associate of Woodbury School of Architecture, where she coordinated a multi-million dollar federal grant, led graduate program curriculum development, oversaw digital fabrication facility improvements and operations, and delivered coursework in research methodologies and theory. She is a former board member of and Vice-President of Development for the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design.
B.S. in Architecture, University of Virginia, 2000
M.Arch., Rice University, 2005