A Church for Clyde, instructor: Pier Paolo Tamburelli. A Methodist church; Clyde, OH.

Does architecture have the agency to renew the identity of a town? Clyde, Ohio, the source of inspiration for Sherwood Anderson's fictional town of Winesburg, is the site of a new 7,000 sq.ft Methodist Church in the center of town.

Can the small-town church mediate its liturgical function by conveying equal parts duck and shed? This icon seeks to do so through both (1) abstracted but familiar architectural church elements and (2) audacious scale and color. The result might become a source of pride for the residents of Clyde.

A stop-motion film sequence showcases the imaginary 3rd annual Clyde Turkey Fair, indicating one way the town may use its newest building.