Cass Research Seminar Three
Picking a Research Topic
The third in the Cass Research Seminar series is a PechaKucha Night in which four speakers each speak for six minutes about how they selected the topic of their research.
Speakers from across disciplines at The Cass:
- Annisa Jabbour: The Role of Cultural Memory in the Recent Architectural History of Dubai
- William E. Longden: Inclusive participatory design of bespoke music instruments and auxiliary equipment as emancipatory arts interventions that advocate for equality, personal and social wellbeing
- Mary-Jane Opie: I want explore and question our relationship with our pet dogs
- Bobby Supatira: Towards Multicultural London: Urban Spaces of Thai Cosmopolitanism
Image: Mary-Jane Opie (detail)
Cass Cities Events
Wednesday 1 November, 2pm
The Death and Life of Public Streets, a lecture by Dr Agustina Martire.
Thursday 2 and Friday 3 November, 10am-6pm
What makes a good mixed use street? How can good streets be represented beyond the usual tools?
Monday 20 November 2017 at 6.30pm, in GSG-15A
Matthew Barac and Paulo Moreira will speak on the topic of informal architecture in African cities.
Monday 27 November 2017 at 6.30pm, in GSG-15A
A Pecha-Kucha Night on the topic of Making/Drawing as Method.
Monday 4 December 2017 at 6.30pm, in GSG-15A
PechaKucha night: picking a research topic.
Thursday 18 January 2018, 6.30pm, The Wash Houses
ESTAR is an architecture, landscape and design studio established in 2011 by Aurora Armental Ruiz and Stefano Ciurlo Walker, based in Santiago de Compostela.
Monday 29 January 2018 at 6.30pm, in GSG-15A
An Architecture of Relationships is a Cass Unit 10 collaboration with Miyagi University and Higashimatsushima City Council, Japan (2013-16).