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Eusas Discuss... provides a space to talk about issues not covered in the classroom.
Eusas Discuss is an architecture debate platform founded by students at the Edinburgh University Student Architecture Society. It provides a space to provoke and question topics not covered in the classroom.
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Thank you to everyone who came to our first EUSAS Discuss and huge, huge thanks to our amazing speakers and our illustrator (Rachel Berman). Stay tuned for the next one.
Alice Cooper - School's Out (from Alice Cooper: Trashes The World)
For the proposition: Abi Patel and Catriona Lygate
and the opposition: Theo Shack and Sophie Burgess
Alice Cooper - School's Out (from Alice Cooper: Trashes The World) Music video by Alice Cooper performing School's Out. (C) 1990 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
In a time where everything is consumed digitally, we're keeping EUSAS Discuss 001 a phone-free zone.
Instead illustration student Rachel Berman will be documenting the event for us.
You can see more of Rachel's work here: pencilpolitics.wordpress.com
With just one week to go till EUSAS Discuss 001, we're very excited to introduce our funny and fabulous third speaker: Catriona Lygate.
Cat is currently in her 6th and final year at ESALA.
She's had jobs in both art and architecture over in Berlin, and when she's not designing she works for Brook - a sexual health organisation bringing support to young people.
#IAMTALKS : The Futures of Education a.k.a Learning: Areti Markopoulou - IaaC
SCHOOLS OUT #4
How is architectural practice changing? How can educators adapt?
"IaaC instil a collaborative, open-source, cross-discipline mentality that focusses on learning by doing. In doing so, they teach students to overcome the age-old ego of the architect, redefining the practice itself."
Internet Age Media
#IAMTALKS : The Futures of Education a.k.a Learning: Areti Markopoulou - IaaC IAM - Internet Age Media cultivates the open ecosystem emerging from the evolution of internet as culture defining the futures of media
Learning to Imagine Oneself. On pedagogies and emancipation
SCHOOL'S OUT #3
Is education a space of liberation and possibility or a space of reproduction and social control?
"The school and museum have been thought of as spaces for social emancipation, where the promise of a better future can be realised (...) however they also harbour the contradiction of being spaces of reproduction and social control, or places for disciplinary normalisation."
We're wishing we were in Barcelona for this one: http://www.macba.cat/en/learning-to-imagine-oneself-on-pedagogies-and-emancipation -inscripcio
Learning to Imagine Oneself. On pedagogies and emancipation Learning to Imagine Oneself addresses the way in which formative processes can become spaces for the activation of a political imagination that intervenes in the social sphere and is conceived as a possibility for the production of ways of life. The self-reflective imagining implied in the title app...
How does the architectural training model need revising?
SCHOOL'S OUT #2
"Professional education for architects is based on a model that is fifty years old and must be radically rethought to adapt and prepare much better for the future."
The Farrell Review recommends a 'foundation' course linking architecture and construction courses.
Good idea or bad idea?
Introducing our second speaker: Theo Shack.
Theo is a fourth year architecture student at ESALA. He is also the editor-in-chief of the beautiful Crumble magazine.
Crumble is a collection of spirited, open-minded students and professionals keen to enliven the conversation about architecture in Edinburgh.
Bartlett head calls for new models of education to protect future UK architects
SCHOOL'S OUT #1
Where 26% of architectural students report mental health issues, the head of the Bartlett questions whether the system is working, and who it's working for.
"(architectural education) is increasingly constrained in its ability to engage with rapid changes taking place within creative and construction industries, the economy and, most importantly, how careers are built"
"the 'accredited' route to professional registration needs to change before it is seen as a counterproductive investment."
What do you think? Is it worth it?
Bartlett head calls for new models of education to protect future UK architects Bob Sheil has called for an overhaul of architecture education and accreditation in the UK following statistics about student mental health issues
We’re excited to introduce our first speaker: Abi Patel.
Currently studying for a Masters in Architecture at Manchester, Abi is an elected student member of the RIBA council, she is also an ESALA alumni.
Eusas Discuss: School's Out
Eusas Discuss is excited to launch our first debate: "Architectural education isn’t worth it", a discussion on architectural education, what it is, what it has been, what it should be.
We are looking for speakers. If you want to be a part of the discussion message us or email [email protected]
6.30pm, Friday 24th November, Adam House Lecture Theatre
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