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Bruce Lindsey

Bruce Lindsey served as Dean of the College and Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design in the Sam Fox School from 2006–2017. He was the head of the School of Architecture at Auburn University from 2001–2006 also serving as the co-director of the Rural Studio from 2003–2006. Prior to moving to Alabama, Lindsey was a member of the faculty in the School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University from 1987–2001. He served as associate head of the School of Architecture from 1994–2001, and held a joint appointment in the school of art from 1997–2001. In 2016, Lindsey served as the president of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.

Lindsey earned a master of architecture degree from Yale University, as well as a master of fine arts in sculpture and photography and bachelor of fine arts in art from the University of Utah.

A licensed architect, Lindsey’s award-winning design practice has spanned 40 years. Lindsey’s work as a crafts person and photographer has spanned 45 years and has been exhibited in national venues such as the American Crafts Museum in New York City, Carnegie Museum of Fine Arts in Pittsburgh, and the Kimball Arts Center in Park City, Utah.

A native of Idaho, Lindsey is married to artist Marilee Keys. For some time now they have come to believe that the longer they are away from the place where they grew up, the more they feel they are from there… It’s a landscape thing.

Work by Bruce Lindsey