Kate Yeh Chiu
→ is currently on Tongva, Kizh, and Chumash Land (Los Angeles)
→ is half of yyyy-mm-dd


→ joined The Avery Review as an editor-at-large  2022.01.27
→ joined Woodbury University as adjunct faculty  2022.01.03
→ joined the University of Southern California School of Architecture as part-time faculty  2021.08.23
→ joined Materials & Applications as Executive Director  2021.01.01
→ gave a yyyy-mm-dd talk about collaborating with (and not consuming!) building materials for the symposium What is degrowth made from?  2019.09.27
→ erected yyyy-mm-dd’s  Another Column for the Oslo Architecture Triennale at the National Museum of Architecture, Norway  2019.09.26
→ as yyyy-mm-dd, received a Canada Council for the Arts grant to explore building without binding  2019.07.27
→ joined the Canadian Centre for Architecture as Editor, Digital  2018.09.05
→ shared some maritime material in the Art Papers issue Ports of Call   2018.summer
→ received a Master of Architecture from  Princeton University SoA  2018.06.05 (Happy Birthday, Mom!)

→ presented a design thesis that asked: if architecture is aggregates in temporary formation, couldn’t we just bag it up?2018.05.21

→ speculated about speculation at The Sea Ranch for  San Rocco Magazine  2018.05.07

→ wrote, with Emma Benintende, about the theming of Michael Graves’ Swan and Dolphin Hotels for Pidgin 23...
→ and on a related note,  Pidgin Magazine is now un-themed  2018.04.12

→ organized the conference  Lina Bo Bardi: Material Ideologies with Women in Design and Architecture (WDA)  2018.03.30.

→ designed and co-authored  Keywords; For Further Consideration and Particularly Relevant to Academic Life, et c.  (Princeton University Press), which  The New Yorker  describes as a “nerdy thrill” 2018.03.08

→ crossed the Atlantic aboard a cargo ship, thanks to Princeton University’s Howard Crosby Butler Traveling Fellowship  2017.08.14

→ was an education fellow at  Triple Canopy  2017.06.19

→ showed work in  Close Reading: Formal Analysis in Architecture  during the Milan Triennaleh2017.04.03

→ helped organize and produce the conference and exhibition  Zaha Hadid: Pedagogy as Practice  2017.03.30

→ with Andrew MacMillan, found a lot of nice posters and then co-curated the exhibition  Collateral  2016.09.19

→ lived in a barn and worked at  Stan Allen Architect  2016.06.24
→ participated in  Triple Canopy’s Publication Intensive  2016.06.06
→ did some salvaging and helped produce the exhibition  Salvage  2016.04.11
→ became an editor of  Pidgin Magazine  2015.10.19
→ left LA to begin graduate school at Princeton University 2015.09.08
→ helped produce  the exhibition  A New Sculpturalism: Contemporary Architecture from Southern California  2013.06.16
→ began working at  Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects in Los Angeles  2012.12.03
→ was a grants fellow at the  Graham Foundation  2012.06.25
→ finished a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities at the University of Chicago 2012.06.09