The Greenwich University Architecture Exhibition ends today.
Thank you to all who contributed to make it a success this year.

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For further information please visit:
http://digitalstudio.gre.ac.uk/exhibition2013
http://architecture.gre.ac.uk

Travel information:
http://www2.gre.ac.uk/about/travel/greenwich

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Future Cities Conference by the AVATAR research group
Free Admission
Thursday 11th April 2013
9.45AM to 6.00PM
Howe Lecture Theatre (QA080)
Maritime Campus, Greenwich

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Future Cities 2 is an all day event held by the AVATAR (Advanced Virtual and Technological Architecture Research) group, a cross-disciplinary, research active architectural design group that examines the impact of emerging technologies on the built environment and wider culture.

Keynote Speaker

Greg Lynn
Founder, Greg Lynn FORM office / O. Univ. Professor of Architecture, University of Applied Arts Vienna / Studio Professor, UCLA School of the Arts & Architecture / Davenport Visiting Professor, Yale School of Architecture / Winner – Golden Lion, 2008 Venice Architecture Biennale / Fellow, United States Artists

Other Speakers

Rachel Armstrong
Senior Lecturer, Research & Enterprise, Department of Architecture and Landscape, University of Greenwich

Nic Clear
Head of Department, Department of Architecture and Landscape, University of Greenwich

Mark Garcia
Author, Editor / Senior Lecturer in History and Theory, Department of Architecture and Landscape, University of Greenwich

Simon Herron
Academic Leader in Architecture, Department of Architecture and Landscape, University of Greenwich

Koert van Mensvoort
Head of Next Nature Lab at the Industrial Design Department, Eindhoven University of Technology

Mark Morris
Visiting Associate Professor and Thesis Coordinator, Department of Architecture, Cornell University

Sarah Jane Pell
Artist and founder of the Aquabatics Research Team, Melbourne, Australia

Neil Spiller
Visionary Architect / Dean, School of Architecture, Design and Construction, University of Greenwich

Nat Chard | Drawing Uncertainty
Bartlett International Lecture Series
Monday 4 March 2013, 6.30pm–8.00pm
Darwin Lecture Theatre, UCL, Darwin Building, Malet Place, London, WC1E 6BT

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“The architectural program makes sweeping generalisations about how we inhabit architecture. Nat will show a series of drawing instruments that speculate about ways of discussing the indeterminate in architecture. The talk will include recent work on paradoxical shadows and some new drawing instruments that are in progress.”

“Nat Chard is the Professor of Architecture at the University of Brighton. Previously he was a full professor at the University of Manitoba where he was head and graduate chair between 2005 and 2010 after five years as Professor of Visual Communication and leader of research Institute Four at the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen. Before that he taught for a decade at the Bartlett and also taught at North and East London Universities. He is a registered architect in the UK. With Perry Kulper (University of Michigan) he recently won the competition for Pamphlet Architecture No. 34.”
from UCL website
more info here

the RIBA is proposing this workshop on the 20th of April 2012. Booking Required. Don’t forget to  check out the RIBA library if you decide to attend.

Run, Jump, Shoot 20 April 2013
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Venue: RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London, W1B 1AD
Description:
Practical urban photography workshop

Curator Justine Sambrook and photographer Andy Day (kiell.com) explore new ways of experiencing and capturing architecture through photography.

Beginning at the RIBA’s world-class photographic archive with a chance to have a closer look at the work of some of Britain’s best Twentieth Century architectural photographers, the workshop concludes with a hands-on session led by Day investigating the iconic architecture of Churchill Gardens Estate by Powell & Moya and Edwin Lutyens’ Page Street flats through the photographic lens.*

Participants will have the opportunity to shoot on location, capturing new and dynamic architectural shots inspired by the collection and surroundings. Suitable for intermediate level photographers and above, participants must bring their own equipment.

Digital SLR camera recommended.

Fees: £20/£15 student concessions Advance booking essential

Link: click here