The fifth annual meeting of the All Ireland Architecture Research Group will be held in Cork on the 29-30 January 2016.
The All-Ireland Architecture Research Group (A-IARG) is an organisation that aims to promote architectural research within practice and academia. The group was founded in 2010 through the collaboration of the seven schools of architecture in Ireland, both north and south. Each year an architecture conference is held in one of the schools. On 29-30 January 2016 the Cork Centre for Architectural Education (CCAE) will host the fifth annual conference. The aim of the conference is to highlight new areas of architectural research, encourage collaboration and facilitate dissemination of findings. The main body of the conference will consist of twelve thematic sessions, which were selected through an open call. Each session will typically have four paper presentations investigating the theme in question.
On Friday evening we are delighted to welcome Charles Jencks as our keynote speaker, followed by the conference dinner. On Saturday afternoon, the conference will close with a site visit of recent work by O’Donnell Tuomey to St. Angela’s College. On attendance of the two-day conference 12 cpd points could be achieved.
|31 July 2015||Call for papers|
|14 September 2015||Deadline for abstract submissions for papers|
|2 October 2015||Deadline for session chairs to notify participants of their success or rejection.|
|27 November 2015||Those who have had papers accepted should register to confirm place on panel|
|30 November 2015||Deadline for submission of draft papers to session chairs for comment and feedback|
|18 December||Feedback from session chairs on draft paper submissions|
|15 January||Deadline for final paper submission.|
|29-30 January||AIARG 2016, Cork|
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