Shaping The City - Cartoons from The Washington Post by Roger K. Lewis
Kibel Gallery, University of Maryland. April 2006

Roger K. Lewis is a practicing architect and a professor of architecture at the University of Maryland.
In 2000, he began writing a column for The Washington Post examining the forces shaping not only
the nation's capital, but also the surrounding towns and communities effected by urban change.

In 2006, Lewis donated a collection of his cartoons to the ISTS Library & Archives, which
curated an exhibition of his drawings to coincide with our 3rd Spring Symposium.

Click here to read the fishwrap interview with Roger K. Lewis.

© 2007 The Institute for Small Town Studies
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