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AHiS with Oxford Brookes University: Study Day for Sixth Form students and teachers to celebrate AA XX 100: AA Women in Architecture 1917-2017

  • Architectural Association, Bedford Square London, England United Kingdom (map)

"The story of women at the Architectural Association is at once a history of women’s presence within a very particular educational institution, a history of women’s presence within the architectural profession and a part of the history of twentieth-century architecture in both Britain and the wider world. The exhibition explores this story and begins with ‘1917’ – a section that focuses on women’s admittance, the first students, their training and early work, and continues with a series of displays that set contemporary and historic examples side by side."



Our schedule is as follows: 

11.30:  Registration and coffee for Teachers’ Sessions

12.00:  Elizabeth Darling and Lynne Walker (curators of AA XX 100) Introduction to the Architectural Association exhibition

12.30:  Teachers’ Group 1: Caroline Osborne (Art History teacher & EPQ Co-ordinator Godolphin and Latymer School, Trustee AHiS) and Kate Healy (Historian and EPQ Co-Ordinator): The Extended Project Qualification – artefacts and essays on architecture OR Teachers’ Group 2: Tour of exhibition with Manijeh Verghese (AA tutor and architect) and Elizabeth Darling

13.15:  Teachers’ Group 1: Tour of exhibition with Lynne Walker OR Teachers’ Group 2: Matt Bunning (Head of Art, St Paul’s Girls School) Bringing Architecture into the Art Room

14.00:  (Lunch – not provided, but room available for packed lunch)

14.20:  Registration for Students’ Session (and teachers)

14.30:  Student/Teacher session: Elizabeth Darling (Curator AA XX 100, and      Reader in Architectural History Oxford Brookes University) Women Architects as Social Activists

15.00:  Students’ tour of exhibition with Manijeh Verghese (AA tutor and architect) and Ed Bottoms (AA archivist)

15.30: Tea break

15.45:  Workshops on key topics/architects (including the 1951 Festival of Britain; and the work of Amanda Levete; the work of Zaha Hadid tbc)

17.00:  Plenary discussion and end by 17.15


 

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