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  1. Cornered Rooms
  2. Events · Art Licks
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Cornered Rooms

The labs will be announced in October. As part of this exhibition, the first edition of the Press and Practices Preview took place the day before the opening, and proved to be a success.


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Fifth year students and those with scholarships and bursaries had the opportunity to explain their unit agendas and project aims to invited guests. They did this alongside volunteers who provided an introduction to the sometimes complex issues that the school and its programmes address. Thank you to all tutors, students and volunteers that committed time to this effort. The Projects Review exhibition received great press coverage and many positive responses. To continue this momentum the AA Book , together with a series of podcasts with staff and students, will be launched in the autumn.

Over the last year we have recognised and celebrated the amazing diversity of the Architectural Association, that consists of students and staff from 81 different nationalities. In an attempt to build on this great cultural resource we will launch Architecture in Translation , a project that celebrates the wealth embedded in the use of different languages as part of the production and dissemination of ideas, discourse and debate about architecture. This project will work across many areas within the school. Within HTS, Mark Cousins has produced a series of seminars that will explore the theoretical questions and opportunities of translation in architecture.

Last but not least, to start the year, a different kind of tradition is being introduced entitled, Plant a Tree , which will take place during Introduction Week and invites all new students and staff to Hooke Park, the AA rural campus in Dorset. While on-site, we will learn about the facilities and then ceremonially, each and every one of the new voices joining the school, will plant a tree to contribute to the forest, offset carbon emissions, and take part in a dialogue of ideas about the future as responsible members of the AA and of this planet.

Plant a Tree is more than a symbolic act, it is the commitment to a future that is ours to build. As new and returning students and staff wander throughout the school, its spaces and places and within the corridors that build our intellectual home, you will find on the walls images of projects that each of the students of the last academic year produced. With these drawings up on the walls, now is the time for identifying new debates and engagements.

Events · Art Licks

For those knocking on my door, and I encourage all of you to do so, you will see next to the Expanding Horizons poster — in a circular frame — what I suspect will be the most important image for many of you this year: this is of course an invitation to visit and share some of your ideas. I am looking forward to seeing all of you during Introduction Week and throughout the year ahead to discuss in detail the initiatives outlined above, and the ones that we will create together.

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