Irish Architecture Foundation and Project Arts Centre Present

Special Event

Beyond Participation 2: Conference

Dates: 09 Mar - 09 Mar

Show Time: 10am (Registration at 9.30am)

Tickets: €35-€50

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Tickets include lunch from Luncheonette and a beer at the end of the day. Sweet!

Beyond Participation is an international conference by the Irish Architecture Foundation, curated by Tara Kennedy and funded by The Arts Council of Ireland. It takes place on 9 and 10 March 2018, in partnership with Project Arts Centre, Dublin.

Building on the success of the event in 2016, Beyond Participation #2 is a vital discussion about architecture and community. Bringing together innovators, provocateurs and activists it challenges us to think about democracy, consequence, responsibility and the meaning of the things we design.

The conference will take place on Friday, 9 March, from 10am. Speakers include Killian Doherty of Architectural (Field) Office, Ana Jara and Lucinda Correia of Artéria, Stefan Laxness of Forensic Architecture, Hana Loftus of Hat Projects, Alex de Rijke of dRMM and more, chaired by Diarmaid Lawlor, Director of Place at Architecture + Design Scotland. For more information visit architecturefoundation.ie

Beyond Participation Conference schedule:
Registration: 9.30
Welcome: 10.00
Hana Loftus / HAT Projects: 10.10
Lilet Breddels / Archis: 11.00
Stefan Laxness / Forensic Architecture: 11.50
Lunch from Luncheonette: 13.00
Killian Doherty / Architectural (Field) Office: 14.00
Ana Jara & Lucinda Correia / Artéria: 14.50
Alex de Rijke / dRMM: 15.40
Discussion with Diarmaid Lawlor / Architecture & Design Scotland: 16.30
End of conference: 17.00

Book Now for Beyond Participation Workshops:

Workshop 1: Louise Dredge of The Glass-House Community Led Design

Workshop 2: What is it we do now? Led by Heather Peak of Studio Morison

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