CFP: A-IARG Conference (29-30 January 2016)

Proposals for sessions are sought for the fifth annual AIARG conference to be held in Cork on the 29-30th January 2016. The Cork Centre for Architectural Education is hosting the conference in the year that marks a decade since the foundation of the school. As well as engaging with the schools of architecture, this conference aims to encourage the participation of practicing architects who wish to further their research interests.
Following the success of last year’s conference in Dublin, a staged approach is being used, whereby thematic sessions from this initial call will be employed for a subsequent call for papers. Groups or individuals may propose the thematic sessions. In each case, the chair/s will be required to select approximately four papers and to work with their selected presenters to review their papers and organise the running of the session.
Proposals for sessions of a maximum of 300 words should be e-mailed to aiarg2016conference@gmail.com The proposal should include the title of the session, the name/s of the session chair/s, relevant contact details, curriculum vitae and professional affiliation where applicable. The deadline for the receipt of session submissions is 5pm 15th of June 2015.
More information: http://aiarg.webs.com/

Share this post

News from the field

The Spaces of the Sacred

Sainte-Marie de la Tourette Convent (Eveux, Rhône), Wednesday 11 January 2023 The Spaces of the Sacred offers a space for reflection and debate for anyone who understands sacred spaces as laboratories for architectural, urban and landscape research. This definition...

Designing Urban Universities

Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin Thursday 22 to Saturday 24 June 2023 This three-day conference, hosted by the Department of History of Art and Architecture at Trinity College Dublin, will debate the significance and development of urban universities...

Footprint 34: Narrating Shared Futures

‘How will we live together?’, asked Hashim Sarkis, curator of the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale. He echoed the plea by his predecessor David Chipperfield (13th Venice Architecture Biennale, 2012) for a common ground that could illustrate ‘shared ideas that form...