News 10 Sep 2021
GSA Lecture : Lesley Lokko & Sumayya Vally: Scenographies of Diaspora and Dispersal | 16 September '21

Please join us in welcoming back Lesley Lokko and Sumayya Vally to the GSA on Thursday 16th September 18h30-20h00 for their presentation titled ‘Scenographies of Diaspora and Dispersal’. Click image for information

News 12 Jul 2021
GSA's Architectural History and Theory Convenor

Mxolisi Makhubo is the convenor of the GSA’s Architectural History and Theory (AHT) programme. Click Image for info.

News 14 Jun 2021
GSA Lecture Series 2021: R&R Studios | 17 June '21

R&R Studios GSA Lecture Series 2021 17 June 2021 18:30-20:00 SAST On MS Teams: All lectures are free and open to the public. All lectures earn Cat 1,0,3 CPD credits. Click Image For Info.

News 31 May 2021
GSA Lecture: Flores & Prats | 10 June 2021

GSA Lecture Series 2021: Flores & Prats 10 June 2021 18:30-20:00 SAST The studio of Ricardo Flores and Eva Prats was established in 1998 and focuses on processes of design and construction combined with intense academic engagement. Subsequent to their experience working in the studio of the architect Enric Miralles, Ricardo and Eva have developed a practice in which research is integrated with making and building, a practice that acknowledges the importance of the public interpretation and critical perspectives that the built work attracts as part of this process. Click Image For More Info

News 22 Apr 2021
SAIA "many voices" RACE TRANSFORMATION AND SAIA with Jabu Makhubu

Jabu Absalom Makhubu, GSA @UNIT15x Leader, will join the SAIA “Many Voices” transformation webinar series and will be presenting his views and experiences on “Decolonising Architectural Education” at an SAIA event on 29th April at 15h00. Click To Read More.

News 22 Apr 2021
Publication: Amílcar Cabral | The Life of the Reluctant Nationalist by Prof António Tomás

GSA is proud to announce that GSA Post-Professional Research Convenor Prof António Tomás’s work on Amílcar Cabral has just been published. The biography narrates Cabral’s revolutionary trajectory, from his early life in Portuguese Guinea to his death at the hands of his own men. It details his quest for national sovereignty, through the life of Cabral, António Tomás critically reflects on existing ways of thinking and writing about the independence of Lusophone Africa. Click to Read More.

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