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EUSAS Discuss | School's Out


As part of the Edges of Architecture Lecture series, EUSAS Discuss 001: SCHOOL’S OUT

Provocation: Architectural education isn’t worth it.

It’s been called stagnant, irrelevant and 'flabby’ (AJ, 2013). At £9,000+ a year, flabby isn’t fair. So what’s the point? Is it time to rethink the system?

Speakers: 
Abi Patel (RIBA student council member) 
Theo Shack (Editor-in-Chief of Crumble and ESALA 4th year)
Cat Lygate (ESALA 6th Year)
+ 1 open space

Each speaker has 5 minutes to make their case.

Friday 24th November, Adam House Lecture Theatre, 6.30pm


Do you have an opinion? We're looking for speakers*! 

*All disciplines and ages are encouraged to take part. There will be GRAND PRIZES for all speakers (including highly desirable limited edition badges).


Free to all EUSAS members
£5 For non-members, £6 For non-students
Membership available at the door (cash only)

 
Earlier Event: November 17
Lecture Series | make:good