Transformative Practices: RE 1.2: Dr. Emma Nsugbe
Transformative Practices: Lectures on Design Research Conducted by Dr Mark Raymond and Dr Dorotea Ottaviani Lecture RE.1.2 Dr. Emma Nsugbe Date: 15 October 2020 Time: 18:00 - 20:00 (SAST)
Transformative Practices: Seminar RE: 1.1
Transformative Practices: Research Paradigms RE1.1 Claudia Pasquero & Marco Poletto ecoLogic Studio Date: 2 October 2020 Time: 16:00 - 18:00 (SAST) These seminars will investigate different modalities of design research and how in practice-based -research, tacit and embedded knowledge surfaces in the process and production of design to reveal motivations and inﬂuences. We will explore the expansive diversity and differentiated representation of design research and how such research might inform broader practice. Invited cultural practitioners will share their research practices.
Transformative Practices: RE 1.1: ecoLogic Studio
Transformative Practices: Lectures on Design Research Conducted by Dr Mark Raymond and Dr Dorotea Ottaviani Lecture RE.1.1 Claudia Pasquero & Marco Poletto ecoLogic Studio Date: 1 October 2020 Time: 18:00 - 20:00 (SAST)
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Transformative Practices: Seminars on Design Research
Transformative Practices: Seminars on Design Research - An Introduction Conducted by Dr Mark Raymond and Dr Dorotea Ottaviani This seminar series to be held in October will, through conversations and presentations, address the topic of design research. The seminars will be valuable preparation for anyone considering registering for advanced research at the GSA in the MArch (Design, Theory and Practice) and/or PhD programme. GSA staff are particularly encouraged to attend.
South North: A Festival of the Minds
Exploring Education in Design and Planning in African Schools of Planning and Architecture: A Bottoms-Up Approach Convened by Dr Finzi Saidi, Acting Head of School at the GSA, this webinar brings together academics from African universities to share their teaching experiences in architecture and planning disciplines. The aim is to bring to the fore teaching and learning strategies that academics employ in ensuring meaningful and responsive learning for their students. We believe that by talking about lived experiences of academics we can ‘unearth’ innovative teaching strategies that provide important lessons for transforming the curriculum.