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Architecture

Left: A selection of drawings by Professor Emeritus Kermit J. Lee Jr. ’57

February 27, 2020May 16, 2020 EST

Slocum Hall

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UPDATE 3/17/20: NOTE THAT BUILDING ACCESS IS RESTRICTED TO SU CARDHOLDERS, SWIPE IN ONLY.

In connection with the School of Architecture’s Black History Month exhibition and symposium, “Left,” a selection of drawings by Professor Emeritus Kermit J. Lee Jr. ’57, will be available for viewing outside the King + King Architecture Library on the third floor of Slocum Hall.

Syracuse University School of Architecture Professor Emeritus Kermit J. Lee Jr. suffered a stroke in November 1994 leaving him unable to use his right hand. Over time, he learned to draw and paint with his left hand and developed, as a result, a new approach and disposition towards his creative work. All of the drawings selected for this exhibition are part of a body of work created by Professor Lee using his left hand. Like all of Professor Lee’s creative endeavors, these drawings are beautiful, accomplished, and inspirational

This event was first published on February 4, 2020 and last updated on March 17, 2020.


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