Architecture and Museum Studies: Contemporary Challenges

Wednesday, 3rd May 2017, 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Registration from 12:30 pm

Venue: The Technology and Innovation Centre

Room: Level 2

This event draws together a range of international speakers to consider the legal, economic and ethical dilemmas facing museums, in light of multiculturalism and tourism, as well as identity politics and administrative shifts.  It will be an international exchange of practice and research insights into the synergy between architecture and museums in place and identity shaping.

Delegates attending this event will hear from a range of representatives from museums across the UK and Europe, followed by a panel discussion and the opportunity to consider collaborative projects going forward.

Registration and lunch will be available from 12.30pm.  The event will start at 1.30pm. 

Who should attend?

  • Architects.
  • Designers.
  • Museum Managers and Curators.
  • Cultural workers.
  • Policy makers.
  • Educators.
  • Researchers.

Benefits of attending

The workshop is an opportunity for local, national and international practitioners and researchers to engage in discussion and establish collaborative links.


Professor Branka Dimitrijevic
phone +44 (0)141 548 3105
Professor of Architecture
Ms Selma Harrington
phone +353 (1)2694792
PhD Researcher

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