Articles tagged "lecture

Making it new: gender, identity and modernism in English architecture November 24 at 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Wed 17th Nov '21Filed under
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Elizabeth Darling, Reader in Architectural History in the School of History, Philosophy & Culture, Oxford Brookes University will be ...

Welcome to the Summer Lecture Series.

Fri 16th Apr '21Filed under ,
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After a very successful Spring Public Lecture Series the BIAAS team and their peers, have been organising a summer evening lecture series. ...

The Mechanics of Architectural Practice: Open Lecture.

Mon 19th Oct '20Filed under
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An ACAN meeting back when we could all be in a room together.

As part of BA Architecture Practices programme we were delighted to have Anna Webster (If_Do, Interrobang, WebbYates and ACAN) speak to our ...

Mine the Anthropocene: A Case for Alternative Design Thinking.

Wed 1st Jul '20Filed under ,
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Looking for some positive thinking or debate about how things could be different then join Duncan Baker Brown for his lecture 'Mine The ...

From Now On ……AA lecture.

Fri 1st May '20Filed under ,
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Duncan Baker Brown is giving a public lecture at the Architectural Association next week. The lecture series is under a title "From Now ...

Reflections from a first year

Fri 20th May '16Filed under
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As a 38 year old mature student the prospect of starting a career in Architecture is very daunting, not least for the 7 years or so it takes ...

The Rural and the Urban: CUE 6 Symposium 2016

Tue 23rd Feb '16Filed under
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Away from the busy studio environment this week students and staff from BA Architecture, BA Interior Architecture, M’Arch and Town ...

Di Mainstone talks about the Human Harp Project

Tue 24th Nov '15Filed under
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Tonight we heard artist, Di Mainstone tell us about her journey from fashion designer to interactive wearable designer making musical ...

What is the thing about things?

Tue 24th Nov '15Filed under
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This years evening lecture series is about "Things". The old English definition of a thing (thynge) is more expansive than merely a material ...