Dr. Spence teaches theory in architecture and design studio in the Hammons School of Architecture at Drury University.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Designs for Dance: Using Spatial Patterns and Structures of Dance as a Teaching Device in the Beginning Architecture Design Studio

By examining beginning design studio work, this paper will investigate how dance can be used as a tool for students to understand the concepts of scale and structure in architecture.

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Exploring Craft to Teach Creativity

Creativity can be introduced by examining the play between materials and processes found in crafts. Exploring this knowledge supports innovative work in the studio.

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