Thursday 13th February
Critics: Film & Broadcast and Animation
Tereza Stehlíková is a London-based artist working primarily in the medium of moving image. She is currently a research coordinator at the Royal College of Art, animation department. Dr Stehlíková is also a founder of Sensory Sites, an international collective based in London that generates collaborative exhibitions, installations and research projects that explore multi-sensory perception and bodily experience.
Writer / Director / Producer – CEO Limelight Film Awards
Munsur is a film maker, social entrepreneur and a civic award holder. He was recently listed on the 100 British Bangladesh Power and Inspiration list. He is planning a slate of films under his production company. His film ‘Shongram’ is due to be released very soon.
Dilruba Yasmeen Ruhee
Super Model / Actress / entrepreneur
Ruhee has been an international model based in Bangladesh since 2006, who is also an actress, brand ambassador, working with award winning film makers and currently promoting her film ‘Shongram’ in the UK.
Critics: Professional Diploma in Architecture
Mathew Barac is the Board Chairman of UK charity Architecture Sans Frontières. He is an associate at Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects (London) where he specializes in housing and care for older people, a senior lecturer in history and theory of architecture at London South Bank University a writes a monthly feature entitled Pedagogy in the Architectural Review.
Tom Dyckhoff is an enthusiast, historian, writer and broadcaster about architecture, cities, design and places. Tom is architecture and design critic for BBC television’s weekly arts programme, The Culture Show, and has written and presented many documentaries for British television and radio, including Channel 4’s series The Secret Life of Buildings’.
Stephen Witherford studied architecture at Plymouth and the University of Cambridge. He worked at Eric Parry Architects for 10 years, where he was job, project and/or senior architect on a range of award winning projects. He established Witherford Watson Mann Architects with Chris Watson and William Mann in 2001. Stephen is a member of Tate Modern Council, the Design Council/CABE National Panel and was a Visiting Fellow in Urban Design on the London School of Economics Cities Programme.
Abraham Thomas is the new Director of Sir John Soane’s Museum. He was previously Curator of Designs and Lead Curator for Architecture at the Victoria & Albert Museum, where he oversaw exhibitions such as “Heatherwick Studio: Designing the Extraordinary” and “1:1 – Architects Build Small Spaces.
Chris Foges is an architectural writer and critic and he has been editor of Architecture Today since 2005. He studied Part 1 at Londonmet’ and taught History and Theory on the BA Architecture course.
Aude-Line Duliere is an architect and a movie production designer in the US & London. She studied Architecture at Harvard GSD. Her academic work builds on the dual nature of her experience and explores the crossroads between architecture and cinema. In 2010 she published, with Clare Wong, “Once upon a time…Monsterpieces of the 2000s”. She is currently an architect at David Chipperfield Architects.
Rebecca completed her Professional Diploma at The Cass in 2012. She studied in Unit 7 and won the SOM Foundation Travelling Fellowship at the 2012 RIBA President’s Medals having previously received a commendation at Part 1 when at Cambridge.
|AM/PM||Professional Diploma Architecture|
|Location||2nd Floor Boulevard, Central House|
|AM/PM||Film; Animation; MA by Project|
|Location||1-16 Theatre Lecture, Central House|