A&DS are collaborating with the University of Strathclyde’s Architecture Department to deliver a series of events for the RIAS Festival of Architecture 2017.
Critical Path will focus on ‘Architecture and our City’ through an exciting programme of lectures, workshops and discussions. It will take place 14-28th September.
Critical Path brings together academics, practitioners, school children, architecture students and the general public within a series of creative spaces around Glasgow. Output from the Department of Architecture’s 2017 MArch portfolio of student projects is used as a launchpad for architectural provocation and proposition. These projects will promote debate and discussion on how we live, work and play in the city and what can be done to re-imagine our interaction with the built environment.
A&DS are assisting the delivery of a programme of events and will run a series of walking tours within Glasgow city centre. These are run in collaboration with Glasgow City Council. The tours will introduce architecture students and members of the general public to Plot-Based Urbanism and to Glasgow City Council’s Stalled Spaces.
Critical Path programme
- Exhibition of MArch student work at Southblock (14 – 28th)
- Exhibition of practice (process models) at Southblock (14 – 28th)
- Film of physical models in architectural practice and education (14 – 28th)
- Series of ‘walking tours’ through the city exploring aspects of the research driven MArch projects (14 – 28th)
- Pecha Kucha style event, linked to the MArch exhibition (date TBC)
Keep an eye on the Critical Path website for booking information.