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Wed 12 May
–Wed 21 Jul 2021
Multi-disciplinary artist and Guildhall tutor Paula Varjack curates and hosts a third series of conversations in collaboration with students from the School's BA Performance & Creative Enterprise.
Mon 17 May
–Thu 23 Dec 2021
A multi-layered project comprising an installation, publication and events programme exploring a series of important questions about our public spaces and designed environments.
Thu 17 Jun 2021, 19:00
Join artist Rose Wylie for an online conversation with Curatorial Assistant Charlotte Flint.
Mon 21 Jun 2021, 19:30
Join Katarina Bonnevier and Olivier Vallerand in a dialogue around queer domesticity, representations of queerness in architecture, and queer feminist positions within institutions.
Thu 24 Jun 2021, 16:30
We’re inviting teachers and educators to join us in a discussion about diversity and inclusion in the arts as part of our latest TeachMeet event.
Sat 26 Jun 2021, 11:00
An architectural walk conceived by taking place and created in memory of Julia Dwyer (1953–2020) member of Matrix Feminist Design Co-operative and taking place.
Thu 1 Jul 2021, 19:00
Join Jon Astbury, Assistant Curator, Architecture & Design at the Barbican for a walking tour around the Barbican Estate, exploring the relationship between Jean Dubuffet, Art Brut and Brutalism.
Sun 4 Jul 2021
A drop-in workshop with Part W Collective looking at the contribution of women to the city around us.
Thu 29 Jul 2021, 19:00
Join musician Adam Green for a special evening including excerpts from his 2016 film Aladdin, some musical numbers and a discussion about the impact Dubuffet’s artwork has had upon his own creativity.
Thu 2 Sep 2021, 20:00
Join award-winning, bestselling author, journalist and broadcaster Elizabeth Day to celebrate her new novel, Magpie: a thrilling, psychologically astute story of jealousy, motherhood and power.