Professor Mark Keane is an architect, professor and active in academic development of design for K-12 Education. He partners an architectural practice, Studio 1032, with animation and academic publishing for general public awareness of the complexities and importance of design of the environment.
Mark teaches design and drawing at the School of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee and also is director of the Frank Lloyd Wright Initiative. He produces award winning animated films on architecture that are shown at national film festivals, national and international architectural conferences, in galleries, museums, and on public television.
In 2007 Mark was the awarded the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee’s Teacher of the Year Award and in 2008 he was awarded the UWM Public Service Award. In 2009 he received a second National Endowment for the Arts grant for the design education website and was awarded the National Teacher of the Year by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.
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