Professor Mark Keane is also an Architect, Studio 1032 www.studio1032.com, and President of www.NEXT.cc, a non-profit website for K-12 Design Education creating an awareness of the complexities and importance of design of the built environment.
Teaches design and drawing, and is the Director of the Frank Lloyd Wright Initiative teaching seminars on Wright, and creating Historic American Building Surveys of Wright's work.
Develops on-line courses that deliver design education to Wisconsin and Illinois high schools, as well as college students in allied fields across the UW system.
Received grants from regional programs, national agencies, architectural publishing houses, and private foundations for design education and has been awarded for his teaching and research nationally and internationally.
Prior to coming to UWM in 1991, previously taught at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Versailles, Illinois Institute of Technology, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Masters of Architecture: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1980
K-12 Design Education
Prairie, Arts and Crafts and Bungalow production homes
Traditional Neighborhood Planning
Arch 100 – Introduction to Architecture (on-line and traditional)Download Arcobat Reader(PDF:13k)
Arch 280 – Drawing
Arch 350 – Greening Milwaukee – (a service learning course)
Arch 390/790 Architecture and Film
Arch 392/792 Independent Study
Arch 497 Study Abroad: French Arch History
Arch 497 Study Abroad: Independent Study
Arch 497 Study Abroad: On Site Design Studio
Arch 561 Measured Drawings
Arch 890 Thesis Design