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We are seeking emerging professionals with ideas, projects or practices that address environmental challenges and promote sustainable development in architecture to apply through the LINA Open Call to contribute to the IAF Summer School 2024.
The IAF Summer School is a series of workshops and talks that will take place at the Irish Architecture Foundation in Dublin, Ireland and online in May 2024.
We are now inviting proposals from Europe-based emerging professionals in areas such as architecture, the built environment, and critical spatial practice, to lead experimental and participatory workshops that are open to the public as well as to creative practitioners. Applicants are free to propose specific topics, methods and formats to engage participants.
We are looking for LINA Fellows/IAF Summer School leaders with experience of teaching, facilitation, and/or public engagement in the areas of architecture, critical spatial practices and the built environment.
Since the purpose of LINA is to network and collaborate across Europe, we will prioritise applicants based in European countries other than Ireland. Irish applicants are encouraged to apply to work with LINA member organisations in other countries.
Successful applicants selected to lead the IAF Summer School 2024 will be awarded a fee plus travel and accommodation expenses for their Dublin stay and might also be selected for the cohort of 25 LINA Fellows in year 2 of the platform (2023-2024).
Photo: LINA Fellows Max Utech and Bernadette Krejs (Palace of Un/Learning) with the banner produced during their workshop at the IAF Summer School in May 2023. Photo by Ste Murray.