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Monday 14 – Saturday 19 May

AA Weekly

Booking is now open for the Bedford Square Festival, a celebration of culture on the square between the AA and its neighbours, including the Paul Mellon Centre, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New College of the Humanities and Yale University Press. / Find out what’s on

This summer the AA joins its neighbours for a festival celebrating the art, architecture, literature and culture of Bedford Square. Ticketing is now live for a four-day programme of tours, screenings, exhibitions, talks, walks and workshops, all taking place this 4–7 July. And while you’re planning your summer in the square, save the date for the AA Projects Review, the annual end-of-year show presenting the work of the school, running from Saturday 23 June to Saturday 14 July. There’s lots to do this summer – make plans at www.aaschool.ac.uk.

AArchitecture 34

Collision

Launch Party, Thursday 17 May Join the editors of AArchitecture to celebrate the latest issue of the magazine, which considers the theme of collision in every sense. / Read AArchitecture online

New

Publications

Publications

Book Launches, Monday 14 and Friday 18 May Celebrate the launch of new titles that explore the work of architect Johan Celsing and the role architects play in making projects for the common good. / Find out more about Under Construction and New Commons for Europe

Re-Use: Ethic or Aesthetic

Stefan Popa

AArchitect-in-Residence, until 25 May Using the AA’s own collections as a starting point, this exhibition reveals how the re-use of plastic, metal and glass containers was translated into an architectural problem in the 1960s. / Read more

An Evening to

Remember Paul Oliver

Remember Paul Oliver

Memorial, Saturday 26 May Join us as we celebrate the life of influential former AA tutor and world-authority on blues music and vernacular architecture Paul Oliver. / Find out more

The week at a glance

Monday 14 – Saturday 19 May

ALL WEEK

Intermediate and Diploma School Juries Check website for details

MON 14

Book Launch: Johan Celsing – Under Construction AA Bookshop, 6.30pm

THU 17

Launch Party: AArchitecture 34 – Collision AA Bar, 5.30pm

FRI 18

Book Launch: New Commons for Europe AA Bookshop, 6.30pm

ON VIEW

AA Exhibitions
Stefan Popa: Re-Use – Ethic or Aesthetic, Back Members’ Room
Marko Modic – Amoebix: The Hieroglyphs and Sketches of an Unconventional Mind, Front Members’ Room

Notices

Save the Date

For the AA Projects Review exhibition, opening Saturday 23 June (Private View Friday 22 June) / See more

RIBA Funding Schemes

Students enrolling on RIBA Part 1 and Part 2 courses in September 2018 can apply for bursaries and scholarships through the RIBA as they make available a record £220,000 for funding. / Find out more

Unit Postcard: Foundation

Foundation student work by Ferial Massoud, Exposing the Lie: Forensic examination of The Ladykiller film locations.

Find out what’s on: www.aaschool.ac.uk/whatson

Get in touch: events@aaschool.ac.uk

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