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  • Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa Makes 30,000+ Images Free to Download

    Dates: 03 Jun, 2014
    The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa is pleased to announce there are now over 30,000 images downloadable, for free, in the highest resolution we have them. You can search for and download them at Te Papa's Collections Online http://collections.tepapa.govt.nz/

    17,000 images are have no known copyright restrictions so are downloadable for any use, free of charge. Another 14,000 images are available under a Creative Commons licence CC BY-NC-ND<http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/>.

    We hope that by making these images available for reuse, we are empowering people to use images of the collection in teaching and learning, research, innovation and new forms of creativity.

    Visit the Te Papa website http://www.tepapa.govt.nz.
  • Photography and Modern Architecture in Spain

    Madrid | Dates: 03 Jun – 07 Sep, 2014
    Photography and Modern Architecture in Spain, 1925-1965. This exhibition, staged at the Museo ICO and included on the Official Section of the PHotoEspaña Festival, reappraises the disciplinary role of photography in the context of Spanish modern architecture.
  • Tezuka Architects Lecture

    Manchester | Dates: 03 Jun, 2014

    Tezuka architects blend critical dialogues with the city and society while demonstrating a playful open mindedness that appeals even to young children. Their projects articulate a sensibility in engaging with the environment seldom observed today. Their award winning projects include museums, houses and community centres, testing a path for future architecture that is intelligent, innovative and ego-less.

    This is a FREE lecture organised by the Manchester School of Architecture. It is an open lecture for both students and members of the public.


    Visit: http://tezuka-architects.eventbrite.co.uk

    Ticket registration is required in advance due to limited spaces and building security. Please bring proof of your booking with you and arrive 10 minutes in advance.

    3rd JUNE 2014, 18:00 - 20:00

    NEW BUSINESS SCHOOL (Ground Floor) 

    This event has been made possible due to the kindness of The Bradshaw Gass Trust.

  • Replicating Mount Vernon

    Washington | Dates: 03 Jun, 2014
    A Lecture by Lydia Mattice Brandt, PhD - Tuesday, June 3, 2014

    Mount Vernon is the most replicated building in the United States. Americans slap those spindly white columns onto funeral homes, dry-cleaners, motels, and McMansions. But how and why did George Washington's eccentrically vernacular mansion get translated onto such a wide range of commercial and residential buildings? Over the past 200 years, Mount Vernon has become an iconic architectural image that is flexible enough to serve an astonishing range of building types and functions, political points of view, and understandings of the American past.

    Lydia Mattice Brandt is an assistant professor at the University of South Carolina, where she teaches architectural history; the history of American art; and the theory, methods, and practice of historic preservation. This summer, she is a fellow at the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington, where she is finishing her book on the image of Mount Vernon in popular American architecture and culture.

    The First Congregational United Church of Christ
    945 G Street NW, Washington, DC 20001
    6:30 pm – reception; 7:00 pm – lecture

    $10.00 for Latrobe Chapter members, student members (full time) free with ID, $18.00 for non-members.
  • New York Transformed: The Architecture of Cross & Cross

    New York | Dates: 03 Jun, 2014
    June 3, 2014 at 6:30pm

    Architect Peter Pennoyer and architectural historian Anne Walker, authors of New York Transformed (The Monacelli Press, 2014), will speak about two of the 20th century’s most important, yet largely forgotten, architects, brothers John and Eliot Cross, in a conversation moderated by Donald Albrecht. Cross & Cross’s work included such iconic buildings as the General Electric Building, Tiffany’s, and luxurious apartment buildings 720 Park Avenue and One Sutton Place South—these latter two in collaboration with Rosario Candela. Pennoyer and Walker, who will sign books, will also discuss the Cross brothers’ real estate ventures, including the development of Sutton Place.

    Co-sponsored by the Institute of Classical Art & Architecture and The Monacelli Press.

    Reservations recommended.
    Free for Museum members; $12 for students/seniors; $16 for general public.

    For more information, or to purchase tickets by phone, please call 917.492.3395.

  • Visualizing Venice: The City and the Lagoon

    Venice | Dates: 03 – 13 Jun, 2014
    Digital Visualization Workshop, June 3-13, 2014

    This course will teach a range of digital skills in 3D modeling, visualization, and mapping technologies to enable participants to engage historical questions with emerging digital tools. As in the previous editions of the workshop, the technologies will be taught through the use of a theme: in 2014 the focus will be on Venice and its islands. Participants will use the city and the lagoon as a “laboratory” through which to examine questions such as change over time and dynamic process in urban and rural environments, showing how man-made spaces respond to social and economic process and transformation. The aim of the workshop is to train scholars in how new technologies can be integrated with the study of historical and material culture. The workshop will focus on a range of visualization tools that can be used in a wide variety of research areas, in particular modeling change over time in urban space and the production of maps and low-cost photogrammetry.