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Housing: A Timeless Challenge

24.11.22-08.12.22

This series of three panel discussions will debate and examine housing through the lens of architectural history and social evolution from the 20th to the 21st Century.

Event Information

Housing: A Timeless Challenge

Science Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

24.11.22-08.12.22

A series of three panel discussions, Thursdays 6:30-8:00pm

Free, booking required

Event Information

Housing: A Timeless Challenge

Science Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

24.11.22-08.12.22

A series of three panel discussions, Thursdays 6:30-8:00pm

Free, booking required

Housing provision is a conversation that has transcended time, generations, and governments.

A series of 3 panel discussions will debate and examine housing through the lens of architectural history and social evolution from the 20th to the 21st Century. What have we learned from the successes and failures of the past and how do we comprehend the challenge today?

These talks take place in person in the Science Gallery Dublin.

All talks are free, but booking is required.

 

Schedule:

 

Housing: A Timeless Challenge – Talking Housing Histories. Thursday 24 November, 6:30-8pm. Speakers: Brian Ward (TU Dublin), Michelle Norris (UCD), and Ellen Rowley (UCD). Chaired by Dáithí Downey (DCC). Reserve a ticket.

Housing: A Timeless Challenge – Talking Housing Now. Thursday 1 December, 6:30-8pm. Speakers include Nasrin Seraji (UCD) and Emma Geogheghan (TU Dublin). Reserve a ticket.

Housing: A Timeless Challenge – Talking Housing Futures. Thursday 8 December, 6:30-8pm. Speakers include Paul Leech (Gaia Associates) and Rory Hearn (Maynooth University). Reserve a ticket.

 

These talks are part of a larger programme of Housing Unlocked events all taking place at the Science Gallery Dublin.

Housing Unlocked is an exhibition of eight ideas developed by architect-led teams who are passionate about improving housing.

 

Visitor information:

 

The gallery is open Tuesday-Friday 12-5pm, Saturday 2-5pm until 21 January 2023 (but closed for the holidays 18 December-2 January).

Admission is free, and no booking is required to see the Housing Unlocked and Workers’ Villages exhibitions.

Free, drop-in tours take place every Tuesday and Thursday, 1pm and Saturday, 3pm.

Accessibility: Entrance is at ground level. Some displays are on the first floor. Please ask the gallery attendants to guide you to the lift if needed. Audio recordings of all Housing Unlocked exhibition panel text are available via QR codes on the panels and on the exhibition webpages for the 8 displays.

 

Housing Unlocked is a partnership between the Irish Architecture Foundation and The Housing Agency, sponsored by The Housing Agency with additional support from The Arts Council, The Land Development Agency, the New European Bauhaus, and venue partner Trinity College Dublin. The exhibition and public programme are curated by the Irish Architecture Foundation.

 

Photo by Ste Murray.