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Post-master at the Royal Institute of Art

Anna and Lawrence Halprin, Experiments in Environment Workshop: Driftwood City Score, July 4, 1966. Lawrence Halprin Collection, The Architectural Archives, University of Pennsylvania.

Applications to the Royal Institute of Art’s advanced level post-master courses in architecture and art are open. Closing date: 15 April.

Courses are offered in both architecture and art in the public space, with a large component of research methodology. They are experimental, provide room for risk-taking, and utilize learning processes wherein the group dynamic is focal. The courses are designed for those who are interested in current issues in art and architecture in relation to political, historical and social themes.

Courses 2021-22 comprise of Decolonizing Architecture, Architectural Conservation, Of Public Interest, Collective Practices and The Photographic Artist’s Book.