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Architecture (ARB/RIBA Part 2) MArch: Events and lectures

Extra activities for this course

The range of events and lectures in the Kingston School of Art enhances your studies and adds an extra perspective to your learning. Recent events include:

  • our annual Architecture Review – which showcases students' work; and
  • our evening lecture series – recent speakers include practitioners such as David Adjaye, Jonathan Sergison and Jonathan Hill .

The on-site Stanley Picker Gallery also hosts a lively programme of exhibitions and mixed media events.

Our ongoing series of 'Register' lectures features the best emerging architectural talent from around the UK and Europe who come to our Department to share their work, and engage in conversations and workshops with our students.

We are interested in what it takes to make thoughtful work in architecture today. In this podcast we speak with practitioners, planners, developers and others who visit our school about their motivations and methodologies.

Listen to the Register podcast

Our department actively encourages learning from fellow students in our BA Architecture and postgraduate Historic Building Conservation and Landscape and Urbanism courses. Annual events provide collaborative projects and opportunities for co-learning and debate.

Our Student Society provides an independent and student-led programme of social and support activities which complement the culture of the department.

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This course is taught at Kingston School of Art, Knights Park

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This course is taught at Kingston School of Art, Knights Park

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