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Architects in Schools 2020 Exhibition

In 2020 our Architects in Schools exhibition moved online as part of Project 20×20 – A Year Like No Other.

The resulting web-based exhibition is a celebration of the creativity of Transition Year students from all over Ireland.

In total, 30 schools participated in the initiative during the 2019/20 academic year and design projects from 12 schools are profiled in this exhibition. Ideas and themes explored include architecture and film, inclusive design, structure, heritage and a re-imagining of school environments.

The exhibition is in two parts: a video overview (below) and a series of 12 Instagram posts, showcasing the students’ work in more detail.

Participating schools and architects:
Palmerstown Community College, Dublin + Architect Barbara McShane
Temple Carraig School, Co.Wicklow + Architect / Artist Blaithin Quinn
Fingal Community College, Co.Dublin + Architects Cian Tarrant and Hannah Scaife
Edmund Rice Secondary School, Co.Tipperary + Architect Don O’Neill
Ursuline Secondary School, Cork + Architect Eoin McElroy
Naas CBS, Co.Kildare + Architect Ghinlon Wang
Glenart College, Co.Wicklow + Architect Patrick Dunne
St.Mary’s College (The Marist), Co.Louth + Architect Ryan Hamil
Bush Post Primary School, Co.Louth + Architect Ryan Hamil
St.Conleth’s Community College, Co.Kildare + Architect Siobhan Ni Ghallchoir
Alexandra College, Dublin + Architect Stephen Mulhall
Roscommon Community College + Architect Tracy Connaughton

Architects in Schools is funded by the Arts Council, the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and the Department of Education and Skills.

New Now Next 2020: Toni L. Griffin
New Now Next 2020: Akihisa Hirata
New Now Next 2020: SO-IL
Open House Dublin 2018
Beyond Participation
Beyond Participation 2 – Hana Loftus

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