Fresh Meat is the official student publication of the School of Architecture at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Founded in 2008, the journal is produced entirely by students, with support of faculty and staff. By publishing content that both reflects and challenges UIC’s pedagogical agenda, Fresh Meat acts as a vehicle to further the dialogue of the school among students and faculty, as well as between the school and other voices in the field.
Operating through digital platforms, printed media, and social events, Fresh Meat curates conversations to explore the role of architecture in today’s world.. We make them available for you to do with as you please: to think on, to talk about, to design with. Feel free to take them and run, mis-read and butcher. After all, they are only ideas…
FRESH MEAT is made up of:
Evan Bliss, Salvatore Dellaria, Julia Di Castri, Travis Kalina, Matthew Messner, David Mulder, Nayereh Pater-Rov, Evgeniya Plotnikova, Kevin Pazik, Jeisler Salunga, Matthew Schneider, Jahanna Spinelda, Kim Anh Tran-Dinh, Heather Wick
Jamie Barron, Mark Berlinrut, John Clark, Jason Colturi, Erin Connolly, Simon Cygielski, Dolly Davis, Meghan Funk, Jacob Gay, Alysen Hiller, Jason Labovitz, Kate LaCourt, Jared Macken, Dorit Hershtig, Jonathan MacGillis, Kevin Meyer, Cole Monaghan, Candace Mountain, Maya Nash, Ivan Ostapenko, Cyrus Penarroyo, Katie Rathbone, Andrew Santa-Lucia, Brady Schneider, Julia Sedlock, Takayuki Shinomoto, Lauren Turner, Matt Vander Ploeg, Trudy Watt
Special Thanks To
Hitoshi Abe, Stan Allen, Ben van Berkel, Marlon Blackwell, Dana Cuff, Ed Dimendberg, Kersten Geers, Jayne Kelley, Lauren Van Damme, Judith De Jong, Julian De Smedt, Julie Flohr, K. Michael Hays, Juan Herreros, Ken Itle, Sam Jacob, Wes Jones, Jeffrey Kipnis, Lars Lerup, Jürgen Mayer H., Ben Nicholson, Ryan Palider, Jesse Reiser, Mark Rowntree, Michael Maltzan, John McMorrough, David van Severen, Marc Simmons, Jonathan Solomon, Bob Somol, Michael Speaks, Brett Steele, Nanako Umemoto, The Unspookables, Ron Witte, Andrew Zago