In 2011 our offsite projects were seen by 250,000 people Our website received 82,000 unique visitors Exhibitions on tour were seen by 28,000 gallery visitors
Open House Dublin generated 23,000 building visits We communicate monthly to over 7,000 people through our newsletter, website and social media channels International events attracted over 1,200 people
The Fourth Wall, architecture and film programme, was attended by over 1,000 cinemagoers over one week Over 400 people helped us raise funds in our Fund it campaign Over 350 people partied with us at the Urban Party 2â€Š
Our programme generated over 300 media placements for architecture nationally and internationally We engaged over 300 volunteers We organised almost 150 events during Open House Dublin weekend We delivered 99 educational projects, that’s 2 every week We’ve got over 70 podcasts on IAF TV and IAF RADIO
IAF is a team of 3.5 people
We partner with many national and international institutions, agencies, events and authorities.
Here is a selection of what we brought to you in 2011.
A Space for Learning on Tour Our A Space for Learning exhibi/on showcased a unique collabora/ve project which raised public awareness of the importance of school design and provided an opportunity for young people and architects to work together on a design‐ ideas compe//on. During 2010 the IAF placed 120 architects/architecture graduates with 1500 Transi/on Year students from 90 schools across Ireland to explore, re‐think and re‐design educa/onal spaces. The brief, to create a design for “a space for learning”, encouraged a wide range of learning and crea/vity as the teams analysed exis/ng school buildings and envisioned new spaces and new uses of exis/ng spaces and structures.
Par/cipa/ng students presen/ng their exhibits to the Minister of State Ciarán Cuﬀe, who launched the exhibi/on at NCAD Gallery, Dublin
10 teams were selected through a two‐stage compe//on process to create an exhibi/on for a na/onal tour. The models, ﬁlms, drawings and installa/ons included in the exhibi/on illustrate the teams’ discoveries and ideas about architecture, social space and school design. The exhibi/on toured to 5 na/onal cultural venues: NCAD Gallery, Dublin, November 2010 – January 2011 VISUAL & Éigse Fes/val, Carlow, June – August 2011 Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast, September – October 2011 Triskel Arts Centre, Cork, October – November 2011 Regional Cultural Centre, Le`erkenny, February – March 2012 A Space for Learning exhibi/on launch, NCAD Gallery Dublin
Education and Engagement The Irish Architecture Founda/on developed an educa/on programme with all project partners to maximise the public engagement and educa/onal outcomes of A Space for Learning during the exhibi/on tour. The programme of 60 events included talks, workshops, guided tours, teachers’ evenings, student seminars and a symposium.
Students from St. Paul’s College, Raheny, with their exhibit at the NCAD Gallery
A Space for Learning exhibi/on launch, NCAD Gallery, Dublin
Primary School Events A programme of crea/ve workshops for primary school pupils was delivered by the IAF for local schools at venues na/onwide. Architect‐led workshops encouraged students to respond to the themes of A Space for Learning and to use paper construc/on to design their own learning space.
“I was delighted to see the children come back with really well‐executed models, but most of all I appreciated the spirit of enthusiasm and success which you transmi`ed to every child.” Norie O'Sullivan, Sundays Well Girls Primary School
A collabora/on with NCAD’s Community ACCESS Programme also generated a series of crea/ve architecture workshops for local primary schools in Dublin.
Pupils from Gaelscoil Eoghain, Ashgrove, Co. Carlow, being interviewed for RTE television’s News2Day about their architecture workshop at VISUAL, Carlow
Primary school pupils with paper construc/ons produced during the IAF workshop at Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast
Second-Level School Events
Third-Level Student Events
Students presented their projects at public events in Dublin and Cork. It was a key objec/ve of the tour to provide a public plaiorm for crea/ve ideas about school design generated by young par/cipants. Par/cipa/ng and other second level schools a`ended exhibi/on tours and workshops and presented their ideas to public audiences. Delegates from 20 EU countries a`ending the European School Student Conven/on “Safe, Healthy And Sustainable Educa/onal Environments: Designing The School of Tomorrow" a`ended a seminar and exhibi/on tour at NCAD Gallery on A Space for Learning.
NCAD MA Educa/on students conducted case studies of A Space for Learning. UCD School of Architecture Seminar 3rd Year UCD School of Architecture students visited A Space for Learning and a`ended seminar with talks by IAF Educa/on Curator and par/cipa/ng architects. UCD/NCAD strategic alliance The IAF par/cipated in the UCD/NCAD strategic alliance ini/a/ve Spaces for Learning, to provide a joint mul/disciplinary module for students of Educa/on, Design, Art and Architecture from both ins/tu/ons to create awareness of connec/ons between educa/on and design. The IAF collaborated with colleges and universi/es in Ireland to provide exhibi/on tours for students across a range of disciplines.
Students from Beara Community School, West Cork presen/ng their project to the public audience at Triskel Arts Centre, Cork, with architect Mark Gallagher
UCD students a`end A Space for Learning seminar
Events for Teachers
Panel Discussion, Donegal
The IAF held Teacher’s Evenings for second‐level and primary teachers during the tour of A Space for Learning to introduce the exhibi/on as a learning tool and to present prac/cal ways of incorpora/ng architecture in the school syllabus. Events were held at exhibi/on venues, in partnership with local Educa/on Centres. The partnership between IAF and NCAD’s Educa/on Faculty generated model‐making workshops, presenta/ons on incorpora/ng architecture into Leaving Cer/ﬁcate Art and tours of modern and contemporary architecture for art teachers.
Public discussion on themes of design and educa/on raised by the A Space for Learning exhibi/on. Panellists: Robert Bourke, Architect; Rachel McAree, IAF Educa/on Curator; Antoin MacGabhann, MacGabhann Architects; Marianne O’Kane Boal, Architecture cri/c and writer.
Primary Teachers’ workshop at A Space for Learning exhibi/on in Le`erkenny
Second level teachers a`ending IAF teacher’s workshop in Le`erkenny
Panel discussion: Aoife Banim, Architect; Noel O’Neill, Na/onal Council for Curriculum & Assessment Educa/on Oﬃce; Victoria Thornton, HonFRIBA, Founding Director Open City; Cara Courage, Architecture Centre Network UK, Head of Learning
Gemma Tipton, the Irish Times
A Space for Architecture in Schools – Symposium The IAF held a one‐day symposium on the future of Architects‐in‐Schools ini/a/ves in Ireland, aimed at teachers, architects, educa/on professionals and policy makers. Over 90 people came to engage in a discussion with a na/onal and interna/onal panel of speakers: Dr. Rosie Parnell, University of Sheﬃeld School of Architecture & Centre of Study for Childhood and Youth; Noel O’Neill, Educa/on Oﬃcer, Na/onal Council for Curriculum & Assessment; Victoria Thornton, HonFRIBA, Founding Director Open City and Cara Courage Head of Learning, Architecture Centre Network UK.
Presenta/on by Noel J Brady, NJBA A+U
The book A Space for Learning enriches public understanding of the project, with illustrated chapters on the stories behind the exhibits and the discoveries made by all par/cipants about architecture, social space and school design. An introductory essay by Dr. Rosie Parnell on the value of par/cipa/on‐based projects in educa/on underpins the core value of A Space for Learning. The book includes a reference sec/on on related Irish and interna/onal projects, websites and publica/ons.
www.aspaceforlearning.blogspot.com The blog acted as a shared forum for teams on the ini/al stages of the project, as they shared results of workshops with architects and ideas and research from self‐directed learning. The blog also provides ongoing public access to the project, revealing the sense of excitement and discovery behind the exhibits and ac/ng as a prac/cal guide to venues and events during the exhibi/on tour.
of de Blacam and Meagher was Ireland’s par/cipa/on at the 12th Interna/onal Architecture Exhibi/on in Venice in 2010. The touring ini/a/ve ensured audiences had the opportunity to experience the exhibi/on in Ireland, while also raising awareness about the importance of showcasing Irish culture abroad. A DVD containing two short ﬁlms about the exhibi/on by Ruán Magan was commissioned and both ﬁlms were presented on screens during the exhibi/on. Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, March – April Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, April ‒ May Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast, September ‒ October Limerick City Gallery of Art, November – December
Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork
Limerick City Gallery of Art
Education and Engagement The IAF partnered with educa/on curators when possible at each venue to increase audience and developed programmes for 2nd level and 3rd level schools to discuss the exhibi/on and its content cri/cally. Fourteen educa/on events were held to accompany the exhibi/on.
Curating Architecture Symposium was organised by the Irish Architecture Founda/on, the School of Architecture UCD and Art in the Contemporary World NCAD, as part of the Dublin launch of of de Blacam and Meagher. Using the exhibi/on as a star/ng point, a na/onal and interna/onal panel of curators, ar/sts and architects, was invited to re‐examine the challenges of deﬁning architectural representa/on and exhibi/on, and to propose new direc/ons and possibili/es for cura/ng within the prac/ce of architecture and art itself. Speakers included Moritz Küng, curator and Tina Di Carlo, a writer and curator living in London and Berlin, formerly curator of architecture and design at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. 14
Of Books and Buildings was an educa/on programme for young people suppor/ng the exhibi/on of de Blacam and Meagher. Families and children were invited to explore the themes of the exhibi/on through a series of free crea/ve workshops and ac/vi/es. All events were speciﬁcally designed with young people in mind and led by an experienced team of architects and ar/sts.
Belfast Sketching Tour Presented by the Irish Architecture Founda/on, Ormeau Baths Gallery and PLACE the tour began with a talk about de Blacam and Meagher’s drawings in the exhibi/on space with curators Cian Deegan and Alice Casey. Michael Doherty, a Belfast based architect, took the group of 18 people out on an inspiring and informa/ve sketching tour of Belfast.
Limerick Sketching Tour Walk and sketching tour of Limerick inspired by the exhibi/on of de Blacam and Meagher. Limerick architects Maria Donoghue and James Corbe` led the sketching tour of historic and contemporary buildings and spaces including Pery Square, The Crescent and the Milk Market. 15
Redrawing Dublin: IAF Web & Street Project To celebrate the launch of Redrawing Dublin, a book by Paul Kearns and Mos Ruimy, the IAF embarked on an exci/ng web and street project and we asked our audience to par/cipate. The book that inspired the audience poll, Redrawing Dublin, is about city making. Through the IAF poll and discussion forum, the public had the opportunity to reveal the real truth about how Dublin City is designed and func/ons from their perspec/ve. Each week we asked one ques/on in our online poll, related to the provoca/ve and engaging themes revealed in the book. For the ﬁnale, the 10 week web project moved onto the streets in March 2011. Sponsored by JC Decaux, metropoles in the city contained snapshots from the book with the results of the IAF web poll. The on‐street exhibi/on challenged policy makers and ci/zens to confront Dublin’s urban contradic/ons, to see and tell it as it is, not as it is imagined or believed to be.
Urban Party To celebrate our 10‐week on‐line poll discussion on Dublin City and to launch our 1‐month long on‐street poster campaign, the IAF and Redrawing Dublin organised the Urban Party at The Complex, Smithﬁeld Square in Dublin in March 2011.
Urban Party at The Complex
Urban Party at The Complex
The Urban Party invited diverse and acclaimed ‘Dublin Voices’ to speak for just 3 minutes each on their vision for our city, giving fast moving and rota/ng urban perspec/ves on the future of Dublin. An economically vibrant, socially inclusive and culturally dynamic city ma`ers to the future success of Ireland. At a challenging /me for our city and country, the Urban Party provided an opportune plaiorm or poli/cal soapbox to lobby our new government on the way forward for Dublin. The speakers included: Ivana Bacik, Senator; Dylan Haskins, Social Entrepreneur; Alan Mee, Urban Agenda; Vanessa Fielding, The Complex; Kieran Rose, Planner; Maxim Laroussi, Architecture Republic; Gerry Godley, Musician; Elaine Byrne, Journalist; Jay Bourke, Entrepreneur; Michael McDermot, Le Cool Dublin; Dick Gleeson, City Planner; Leanne Caulﬁed, Second Level Student’s Union; Garre` Pitcher, Indigo & Cloth; Paul Keogh, RIAI; Aaron Copeland, Upstart; Mick Wilson, Gradcam; Sandra O’Connell, Editor; Dermot Lacey, Councillor; Ali Grehan, City Architect; Constan/n Gurdgiev, Economist. 17
The Fourth Wall The Irish Architecture Founda/on in partnership with the Irish Film Ins/tute presented The Fourth Wall, a season of ﬁlm and architecture, which ran at the IFI in Dublin in May 2011. Curated by Nathalie Weadick, Director of the Irish Architecture Founda/on, and Samantha Mar/n‐ McAuliﬀe, UCD School of Architecture, this collabora/on explored and illuminated the point of encounter between architecture and the moving image. The Fourth Wall revealed architecture as both protagonist and ac/ve par/cipant within the fabric of ﬁlmmaking. It also harnessed the immersive and narra/ve capabili/es of ﬁlm. Many of the ﬁlms in this series have never before been shown in Ireland.
People queuing for The Fourth Wall
The Fourth Wall Symposium in IFI.
Speakers included: François Penz, Reader in Architecture and the Moving Image, University of Cambridge; Richard Koeck, Architect, University of Liverpool; Douglas Smith, University College Dublin; Daniel Jewesbury, ar/st; Nicky Gogan, S/ll Films and Lisa Godson, GradCAM/NCAD ‘ Build Something Modern’.
Cruth Curach A stunning temporary pavilion, the result of the CraIitecture compe//on organised by the Irish Architecture Founda/on and the Cravs Council of Ireland, was unveiled at the Electric Picnic fes/val in September, and toured to Open House Dublin in October and Design Week in Limerick in November. Cruth Curach was designed and specially handcraved by architects Bucholz McEvoy and Jim Horgan of the Galway School of Boat Building.
Jim Horgan and Merri` Bucholz, at the Cruth Curah, Merrion Square, Dublin
Cruth Curach, Limerick
Cruth Curach, Merrion Square, Dublin
Ruairi Quinn TD, Minister for Educa/on and Skills on Dublin Docklands Boat Tour
Queues on North Great George’s Street
Open House Dublin
Open House Dublin LUAS Tour
From 7 – 9 October 2011 we presented our sixth annual Open House Dublin – Ireland’s biggest architecture fes/val. Over one weekend, buildings of all types and periods opened their doors across Dublin city and county to allow ci/zens and visitors explore the architecture of the capital. Prompted by Ireland’s society and economy in ﬂux, and inspired by the 20th anniversary of the Temple Bar Framework Plan, Open House Dublin highlighted the poten/al design and architecture have as catalysts for change. 20
The Open House Dublin Junior programme for families, children and young people featured a diverse range of school workshops, family ac/vity tours, events for teenagers and a well‐a`ended drop‐in family workshop in Dún Laoghaire‐ Rathdown County Hall.
Martello Magic children’s workshop
Studio8 workshop, IMMA
Martello Magic children’s workshop
PlaySpace Killybegs Donegal Public Art oﬃce worked with Killybegs Playground Commi`ee and the Irish Architecture Founda/on to commission architects to design a new play space for the town. The winners, Lotus Architects, headed by architect Peter Tansey, were selected from 32 compe//on entries from Ireland and abroad.
PlaySpace project by Peter Tansey
Workshops with children from the local school
Cardboard City To celebrate 20 years of Temple Bar regenera/on the IAF partnered with Temple Bar Cultural Trust to host Create a Cardboard Temple Bar, an exci/ng and fun‐ﬁlled workshop for children over one weekend in July 2011. Over 60 children joined a team of architects and volunteers to create a unique version of this dis/nc/ve part of Dublin City – all from cardboard and recycled materials. Cardboard City, Temple Bar Cultural Trust
Museum Room The IAF collaborated with the Educa/on Department of the Na/onal Museum of Ireland – Archaeology to redesign the Educa/on Room at Kildare Street through an architectural commission. The new mul/func/onal space was designed by Clancy Moore Architects, “the result is an aesthe/cally pleasing room that welcomes you to sit and stare; to read ... to par/cipate in workshops and other events”, NMI press release for Educa/on Programme launch, October 2011.
Museum Room, Na/onal Museum of Ireland ‐ Archaeology
Urbanized, panel discussion
URBANIZED Irish Architecture Founda/on in associa/on with OFFSET2012 and The Small Print presented the Irish premiere of Urbanized, the last in the design trilogy documentary series by Gary Hustwit who was in a`endance. The screening was followed by a panel discussion with Hustwit, chaired by Ciaran O’Gaora of Zero‐G and featuring perspec/ves from Dublin City Planner Dick Gleeson, academic Sylvia Loeﬄer, ﬁlmmaker Nicky Gogan and NAMAlab’s Dermot Boyd. 24
Irish Architecture Now for Imagine Ireland, Autumn 2011 Two groups of Irish architects travelled to six pres/gious U.S. venues where they par/cipated in symposia, presen/ng key Par/cipa/ng architects: Merri` Bucholz, Niall McCullough, Shih Fu Peng, Karen McEvoy aspects of their work and engaging in discussion on cri/cal issues facing Irish Architecture Now. Irish Architecture Now was part of Imagine Ireland, Culture Ireland’s year of Irish arts in America in 2011, and was curated by Raymund Ryan, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pi`sburgh, produced by the Irish Architecture Founda/on, funded by Culture Ireland and supported Raymund Ryan at LACMA in the U.S. by Enterprise Ireland. Architects:
Bucholz McEvoy Architects Shih Fu Peng, Heneghan Peng Architects Niall McCullough, McCullough Mulvin Architects Yvonne Farrell, Gravon Architects Sheila O’Donnell, O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects Tom dePaor, dePaor Architects
Par/cipa/ng architects: Yvonne Farrell, Tom dePaor, Sheila O’Donnell with Raymund Ryan
Raymund Ryan at the Cooper Union, NY
Venues: The Cooper Union, New York Harvard University Graduate School of Design Carnegie Museum of Art in Pi`sburgh Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) University of Berkeley 25 The Art Ins/tute of Chicago
The A Space for Learning book has won its printers – Plus Print – the Irish Small Printer of the Year Award 2011.
Arts Tonight, Radio 1, won a silver PPI award for their feature on Sam Stephenson for the IAF’s Open House Dublin event. (Phonographic Performance Ireland Radio Awards 2011) A Space for Learning is an education project for architects and secondary school students to challenge current thinking on school design. It is initiated and delivered by the Irish Architecture Foundation (IAF), a publicly funded cultural organisation which was set up to communicate the value of architecture to a broad public. The IAF placed 120 architects/architecture graduates with 1500 Transition Year students across Ireland during 2010. Architect/ student teams collaborated to design A Space for Learning for an ideas competition.
Workshops led by architects/graduates took place during January – March 2010. Students acquired many new skills though activities including walking tours & discussions, surveying and map-making, drawing and measuring, photography, film & animation, modelmaking & computer-aided design. The brief allowed teams to respond to the concept A Space for Learning in any way that was relevant to their needs and aspirations.
The quasi-real nature of the project allowed students to engage with real-world issues, dealing with social, ecological and economical aspects of sustainability. For example many teams specifically prioritised sustainability in their design choices. Projects were based on students’ own experiences of their environment, encouraging a strong sense of ownership of the projects and an understanding of the power of good design to transform lives. The breadth of research behind each project gave students a greater awareness of issues around the built environment, their role as citizens and the value of architecture.
Architect/student teams submitted their design proposals to the IAF in April 2010. Ten winning teams were selected by a Jury and received funding to develop their design into an exhibit for a national touring exhibition. A publication recorded all the submitted projects, revealing the wealth of discoveries made about architecture, social space and school design.
Irish Architecture Foundation
120 Architects 90 Schools
Irish Architecture Foundation
A Space for Learning provided schools with an excellent participation-based education project led by architects and architectural graduates. Students’ understanding of architecture was increased by working through the design process with architects. This hands-on experience provided opportunities to develop skills, creativity and critical thinking in relation to design and the built environment.
Irish Architecture Foundation Project funded by the Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government, the Department of Education and Skills and the Arts Council of Ireland.
Workshops: 3 Months Exhibition Tour: 15 Months
Evaluation feedback was gathered from participating students, teachers and architects through forms and interviews. The positive outcome of the project is best summarised by Thomas Campbell 16, student at Dundalk Grammar, ‘I thought architecture was just about construction. I never realised it could be so creative and about different ideas’. In future schemes we would provide training and planning sessions for architects and teachers in advance of projects.
what did i learn from the project? the psychology of architecture & how spaces affect your life/environment. Student (16), Sandford Park School, Dublin
Open House Dublin was the winner of the AOIFE 2011 Award for best fes/val brochure. (Associa/on of Irish Fes/val Events) Our Fund it campaign to raise funds to produce the Open House Dublin book was the biggest success at the /me: we raised over €17,000 in 6 weeks thanks to 412 supporters.
Our A Space for Learning project was selected as the na/onal nomina/on for the UIA (Interna/onal Union of Architects) Architecture & Children Golden Cubes award which aims to promote young people’s awareness of architecture.
We value good design! New York Boston Pittsburgh Bucholz McEvoy Architects Heneghan Peng Architects McCullough Mulvin Architects
A one-day symposium on the future of Architects-in-Schools initiatives in Ireland Friday 28th January, 9.30am–5pm πNCAD, Harry Clarke Lecture Theatre 100 Thomas Street, Dublin 8 Irish Architecture Foundation’s 2010 Architects-in-Schools project A Space for Learning placed 120 architects with 1500 students in 90 schools across Ireland, culminating in the exhibition now on at NCAD Gallery. The success of the project proves the demand from schools for similar schemes and the willingness of architects to get involved in education projects. However the project also revealed challenges and opportunities in establishing cohesive and relevant infrastructure, resources and architectural appreciation in the education system. In order to learn from this and continue Architects-in-Schools schemes we believe we must research and discuss the issues relating to the development of an inspiring and sustainable Architects-in-Schools scheme in Ireland. The aim of the symposium is to tackle these issues and produce outcomes that direct clearly the potential for Architects-in-Schools initiatives. In order to do this the IAF will bring together the individuals and organisations who potentially have a role to play in the development of future initiatives. Keynote speakers from Ireland and abroad will share their experience of a variety of existing models, to provide inspiration and examples that will inform the discussion.
Irish Architecture Now www.architecturefoundation.ie
Information is subject to change. Most events are free, except New York and Los Angeles, please check IAF website for detailed information on bookings, full venue address, zip codes, and biographies. www.architecturefoundation.ie
Heneghan Peng Architects Shih-Fu Peng
O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects Sheila O’Donnell
For more information on Imagine Ireland. www.imagineireland.ie
McCullough Mulvin Architects Niall McCullough
dePaor Architects Tom dePaor
New York Monday 26th September Introduced by Raymund Ryan, Curator of the Heinz Architectural Center, Pittsburgh. Response by Kazys Varnelis, Director, Network Architecture Lab, New York.
Los Angeles Tuesday 8th November Introduced by Raymund Ryan, Curator of the Heinz Architectural Center, Pittsburgh.
Bucholz McEvoy Architects Merritt Bucholz & Karen McEvoy
6.30pm The Great Hall, The Cooper Union. The event is presented by The Architectural League of New York, co-sponsored by The Irwin S.Chanin School of Architecture. Produced by
Boston Thursday 29th September Introduced by Preston Scott Cohen, Gerald M. McCue Professor in Architecture and Chair of the Department of Architecture Harvard Graduate School of Design. 6.30pm Piper Auditorium, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University.
Participants include speakers who have been involved in similar initiatives in the UK and Ireland including architects from A Space for Learning. The final schedule will be announced in January.
Irish Architecture Foundation, Culture Ireland and Enterprise Ireland invite you to Irish Architecture Now: A series of symposia featuring 3 outstanding Irish practices who will present key aspects of their work and engage in discussions on issues facing Irish architecture, as part of Imagine Ireland, a year of Irish arts in America in 2011. Yvonne Farrell Grafton Architects Sheila O’Donnell O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects Tom dePaor dePaor Architects
Irish Architecture Now is part of Imagine Ireland, Culture Ireland’s year of Irish arts in America in 2011, and is curated by Raymund Ryan, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, produced by the Irish Architecture Foundation, Dublin and funded by Culture Ireland.
Themes for the presentations and workshops will include Building Blocks Infrastructure, networks and resources
Irish Architecture Now
Two groups of Irish architects will travel to six prestigious U.S. venues, where they will participate in symposia, presenting key aspects of their work and engaging in discussions on critical issues facing Irish Architecture Now.
The outcome will be to create a network of people to support the implementation of Architects-in-Schools programmes and an Action Plan that summarises the issues, challenges and next steps to take.
Foundations The value of participation based architecture projects in schools
Los Angeles Berkeley Chicago Grafton Architects O’Donnell + Tuomey Architects dePaor Architects
Pittsburgh Saturday 1st October Introduced by Raymund Ryan, Curator of the Heinz Architectural Center, Pittsburgh.
Chicago Friday 11th November Introduced by Zoë Ryan, Chair and John H. Bryan Curator of Architecture and Design, The Art Institute of Chicago. Response by Raymund Ryan, Curator of the Heinz Architectural Center, Pittsburgh.
Friday 11th November 6pm Fullerton Hall, The Art Institute of Chicago, 111 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60603 Introduced by Zoë Ryan, Chair and John H. Bryan Curator of Architecture and Design, The Art Institute of Chicago. Response by Raymund Ryan, Curator of the Heinz Architectural Center, Pittsburgh.
$12 for non-members, $10 for members, $5 for students. Ticketing through LACMA. http://www.lacma.org http://www.aialosangeles.org Produced by
Berkeley Wednesday 9th November 6.30pm Department of Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley. Wurster Hall, MC1800 Berkeley, CA 94702 Introduced by Tom Buresh, Professor and Chair of Architecture, UC Berkeley.
7pm Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Presented by The American Institute of Architects in partnership with LACMA.
6.30pm Department of Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley.
Tuesday 8th November 7pm Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 5905 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036 Introduced by Raymund Ryan, Curator of the The Heinz Architectural Center, Pittsburgh. Presented by The American Institute of Architects in partnership with LACMA.
Grafton Architects Yvonne Farrell
Berkeley Wednesday 9th November Introduced by Tom Buresh, Professor and Chair of Architecture, UC Berkeley.
Free (first come first served) http://www.artic.edu/aic For details & press pack visit www.architecturefoundation.ie Irish Architecture Now is part of Imagine Ireland, Culture Ireland’s year of Irish arts in America. It is curated by Raymund Ryan, produced by the Irish Architecture Foundation, and supported in the U.S. by Enterprise Ireland.
Free (first come first served) http://www.ced.berkeley.edu/college Supported by For updates on how the tour is progressing, check the blog
6pm Fullerton Hall, The Art Institute of Chicago.
12noon CMA Theater, Carnegie Museum of Art.
Speakers to date include Dr Rosie Parnell Senior Lecturer, University of Sheffield School of Architecture and member of the Centre of Study for Childhood and Youth Angela Brady Mallalieu Brady Mallalieu Architects and RIBA President elect Cara Courage Architecture Centre Network UK, Head of Learning
Victoria Thornton HonFRIBA, Founding Director Open-City, London Noel O’Neill National Council for Curriculum & Assessment Education Officer, Architecture Technology, Second Level Teacher & Government Policy on Architecture focus group on Public Awareness
Fee ¤10 To book using paypal visit www.architecturefoundation.ie (Limited places – booking in advance is recommended) For further information please contact Rachel McAree, Education Curator, Irish Architecture Foundation firstname.lastname@example.org 01 676 88 63 Symposium funded by
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05—16 MAY 2011 IFI DUBLIN
The Irish Architecture Foundation in partnership with the Irish Film Institute presents—
A season on film and architecture illuminating the point of encounter between architecture and the moving image. Curated by Nathalie Weadick, Director Irish Architecture Foundation and Samantha Martin-McAuliffe, UCD School of Architecture. The Fourth Wall Symposium is delivered by GradCam and UCD in partnership with IAF and IFI.
Booking opens 27th April www.ifi.ie / Tel: 01 679 3477 www.architecturefoundation.ie
living room – school project, coolock. photo by laura o’brien
Frank Lloyd Wright
To roll is to move along the surface of the paper by turning over and over.
Irish Architecture Foundation invites you to a book launch and reading on Thursday 22 March from 6.30pm in the Irish Architectural Archive 45 Merrion Square, Dublin 2. Of is a Gall Editions publication by Tom dePaor and Peter Maybury, and is a reader to Ireland at Venice 2010, of deBlacam and Meagher. This event is part of the Irish Architecture Foundation initiative on architecture and publishing.
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of deBlacam and Meagher was Ireland’s participation at the 12th international architecture exhibition and was an initiative of Culture Ireland in partnership with the Arts Council of Ireland, and was supported by the Government Policy on Architecture 2009-2015 and the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. It was commissioned by the Irish Architecture Foundation, and curated by Alice Casey, Cian Deegan, Tom dePaor and Peter Maybury.
Governance New Chairperson In December 2011 we elected Kathleen James‐Chakraborty as the new Chair of the Board of Directors. We are delighted to have such a dis/nguished architectural historian join the organisa/on, and look forward to her contribu/ons as the IAF grows and develops over the coming years. Kathleen James‐Chakraborty succeeded James Pike, architect, who served the organisa/on well for 3 years. Kathleen James‐Chakraborty is Professor of Art History at University College Dublin. A member of the Royal Irish Academy since 2010, she is also Ireland’s representa/ve to the Congrès interna/onalaux d’histoire de l’Art and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Chester Bea`y Library. Educated at Yale and the University of Pennsylvania, she has taught at the University of Minnesota, the University of California Berkeley, where she was professor of architecture, and the Ruhr Universität Bochum. IAF board members 2011 James Pike, Chairman John Graby, Secretary Tim Bouchier‐Hayes Laura Magahy Declan McGonagle Shelley McNamara Gary Mongey Antoine`e O'Neill Colum O'Riordan Victoria Thornton Klaus Unger Rónán Whelan
Kathleen James‐Chakraborty, IAF’s New Chairperson
IAF is grateful to its funders and supporters: Funding The Irish Architecture Founda/on is funded by: The Arts Council Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Oﬃce of Public Works Royal Ins/tute of the Architects of Ireland Open House Dublin was funded by: Dublin City Council Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Dublin Tourism South Dublin County Council A Space for Learning was funded by: Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht The Arts Council Department of Educa/on and Skills The tour of of de Blacam and Meagher was sponsored by Culture Ireland in partnership with the Arts Council Irish Architetcure Now was funded by Culture Ireland and supported in the U.S. by Enterprise Ireland
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