easa010 update april010 issue xi Things at easaHQ are accelerating quickly as we come to the end of April, and there has been so much going on that we are proud to release our second newsletter of the month! Remember, more info can be found at the website and by emailing us: email@example.com. Enjoy!
Hope Mill easa010 is excited to make the first in a series of announcements of spaces to be used during the assembly. In association with David French Trading as Hope Mill Enterprise, easa010 will be locating its built workshops at Hope Mill in Ancoats. The Mill will be a hive of activity as the
Each summer since 1981, around 400 of the brightest students from every part of Europe have come together for 2 weeks of intense workshops, lectures, exhibitions and events, in the name of exchange of ideas, culture and experience. In the summer of 2010 the 30th European Architecture Students Assembly will be held in city centre Manchester.
centre for construction of the MADF interventions that will be located through the city on easaDAY This April MADF returned to the 14th August. city for its second year, and the collaboration with EASA was We are also delighted to announce bigger than ever. the launch of a competition workshop that will transform a As the first MADF event of the under used floor of the Mill into calendar, easaHQ hosted an new artist studios, as well as a exhibition of work from First collaboration between Irish run Year students of the Manchester workshop Syntactics and the School of Architecture and Mill which will see the existing Scouts from Stretford, based artist studios transformed. on their visions of a future Manchester. Hope Mill will be one of the main locations for the EASA exhibition EASA Chairman Chris Maloney on easaDAY. was invited to join the panel judging the MSA Design Awards In the next three weeks easa010 alongside the likes of Gareth will be unveiling more of the Hoskins and Phil Griffin. spaces that will make up this summerâ€™s event. On Friday 7th May Blank Media
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Collective’s exhibition Unbuilt will open at easaHQ. Unbuilt is part of MADF and Future Everything. More later in this issue.
Katy Beinart | Yaojen Chuang | Andrew Cross | Emma Curtin | Rob Houmoller | Eric Kwan | Matthew Pilling | Eve Roberts | Andrew Thomson
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The conference will take place on the 24th June, with sponsorship opportunities available.
Unbuilt is an exhibition that fits with the stride of our times, recognising that emerging architectural talent is struggling to find a place within the industry. Each year produces a batch of recent graduates with fresh ideas and new portfolios. This exhibition champions a selection of these architects as they explore elements of their creativity and renew their passions. For further information please visit www. blankmediacollective.org/ unbuilt
UNBUILT... easaHQ, Manchester Public Preview: Friday 7 May (69pm). Exhibition continues: 8 - 15 May 2010. Part of Future Everything and Manchester Architecture & Design Festival.
Almost a decade ago, undergraduates commenced architecture degrees amid a booming economic climate. Now, as these students graduate into a recession, and as architecture takes the biggest hit of any professional group, Blank Media Collective believe this is an exciting opportunity to showcase their work.
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Conference As part of the build up to EASA the team is holding a conference of UK students at the Manchester School of Architecture. The conference — F o r Students By Students — will cover the importance of augmenting the university experience with self actuated and realised projects and collaborative workshops. The conference is supported by Standing Conference of Heads of Schools of Architecture (SCHOSA) who, with the team, are keen to see the energy of EASA converted into a politicised student organisation for the UK.
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