Architectural Drawing Summer School, Hauser & Wirth Somerset, 2019. Photo: Vincent Evans

Architectural Drawing Summer School Review

  • Tue 31 August 2021
  • 4 pm

Join us to celebrate the culmination of the Architectural Drawing Summer School at a special review of the students' work and drawings produced on the course, and meet staff and students. Now in its fifth year, this innovative course is designed for A-level students with an interest in studying architecture and is a unique opportunity to learn more about architectural drawing and the built environment in a fully funded week-long Summer school. From 26 - 31 August, students will be exposed to conversations and exercises set by many of the leading thinkers in architectural education today. Students are encouraged to see their environment in new ways, and to map those experiences and the insights gained through drawing. There will be expert tuition led by Andrew Clancy, Professor of Architecture at Kingston University, supported by a team of tutors and experts from each of the partner universities. The Architectural Drawing Summer School is organised by Drawing Matter Trust, Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Kingston School of Art and Bruton School for Girls in association with Queens University Belfast, Cardiff University, University of Dundee and Architecture Today. Its continuing success has been made possible by generous support from Peter Wilson, Eric Parry, and individual scholarships funded by a growing list of architectural practices in the UK and Europe. The Open Review will take place in the Radić Pavilion at Hauser & Wirth Somerset. This is a free event that is open to the public, however booking is recommended.

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