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Building with Light: the Legacy of Robert Elwall
RIBA Royal Institute of British Architects British Architectural Library
October 17, 2014
An International Symposium on Architectural Photography – London, 13-14 November 2014

The Royal Institute of British Architects will host an international symposium on architectural photography in conjunction with the first major retrospective of the British architectural photographer Edwin Smith (1912-1971)
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icam17 Montreal and New York has been a great success !
Architekturzentrum Wien Az W
October 06, 2014

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icamprint 05
Architekturzentrum Wien Az W
February 13, 2014
We are happy to announce the arrival of the next issue of icamprint.

It deals with the following content:

* The international architecture museum landscape is undergoing radical changes.
* icam collections survey on social housing.
* icam17. The Canadian Centre for Architecture, The Museum of Modern Art and Columbia University have joined forces, and produced an impressive programme.
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Save the Date for SAH Annual Confernce in Austin, April 9-13, 2014
Architekturzentrum Wien Az W
February 10, 2014
International architecture conference in Austin, Texas

The Society of Architectural Historians will hold its 67th Annual Conference in Austin, Texas, a rapidly growing city with a diverse architectural and cultural heritage. The conference will include 35 paper sessions, Graduate Student Lightning Talks, tours of Austin's architecture and landscapes, and the SAH Austin Seminar, "Austin and the Place of Historic Architecture in Rapidly Growing Cities."
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Call for Proposals: 1945–1975_British Culture for Architecture
Centre Canadien d´Architecture CCA Canadian Center for Architecture
February 08, 2014
Submission deadline extended: Monday, 3 March, 2014, 5pm EST
Dates of the international seminar at CCA: 23–25 May, 2014
Research Team Workshop at CCA: Late August–Early September, 2014
The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) in Montreal is launching a Multidisciplinary Research Program on the social, economic and technological shifts that took place in Britain in the period 1945–1975 and, specifically, how these transformations and reform efforts were registered through culture. The CCA invites researchers and practitioners from any relevant cultural discipline to propose lines of inquiry fitting this topic for a working seminar to be held at CCA in Montreal from 23 to 25 May, 2014. The seminar will be the first phase of an 18-month research program generously supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
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