Jack Kennedy is a senior at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, working on a B.F.A. in Interior Architecture. He is a student member of IIDA, a member of the Lloyd Honors College, served two terms on the [i]arc advisory board, and has maintained Chancellor’s list and Dean’s list standing each semester. He works in the [i]arc wood shop and the C.A.M. studio for computer aided modeling. During the summer of 2013 he was part of the Gensler North Central 80/20 internship program.
Jack has been nominated for the Gensler Brinkmann Scholarship, the Angelo Donghia Foundation Student Scholarship Program, and was a top three finalist in the 2013 IIDA Scholastic Award Scholarship. He has been awarded the 2013 K. Anderson scholarship, 2013 Hathaway Scholarship, and 2013 Maggie E. Davis Scholarship.
His work has been exhibited at the Center for Visual Arts in Greensboro, NC in the shows: Materially Sensing, which was an installation based on how the environment perceives us; Process and Assemble, an anthropometric garment based on the human body in the built environment; and Oh Snap! A photo contest and exhibition.
After graduating in May 2014, Jack will plans on attending graduate school to earn his M.F.A. in Interior Architecture. Further plans include teaching college level design and practicing in the field of Interior Architecture.