Registration is now open for AIARG Conference 2017 which takes place in Waterford Institute of Technology, Friday 27 and Saturday 28 January 2017.
The All-Ireland Architecture Research Group (A-IARG) is an organisation that aims to promote architectural research within practice and academia. The group was founded in 2010 through the collaboration of the seven schools of architecture in Ireland, both north and south. The group is made up of members of the seven schools of architecture and professionals interested in architectural research. Each year an architecture conference is held in one of the schools. The aim of the conference is to highlight new areas of architectural research, encourage collaboration and facilitate dissemination of findings.
There will be a conversation on Education and Practice between architectural critics, Shane O’Toole and Peter Buchanan based on Buchanan’s series The Big Rethink for the Architecture Review (2011 to 2012).
Theory and Practice
A focused discussion on Theory and Practice led by architects, theoreticians and educators Professor Jane Rendell and Professor Jonathan Hale.
The Thesis Symposium
An annual student review of the architectural thesis experience where participants from all seven Schools of Architecture in Ireland present and debate their work.
The thematic sessions are;
The check-out costs will be as follows.
€50 one day ticket = €53.24
€90 two day ticket = €95.44
€40 conference dinner = €42.69
€10 one day concession = €11.04
€15 two-day concession = €16.32
You can register here