Over 500 people took part in our combined programme of related events for Open Weekend 2011 on Saturday 23 July 2011. We were also visited by John Mortlock and Lucy Williams from the Culture 2012 team.read more
Dover District Council has come on board as additional funding partner of The Table project. Thanks to this extra support, we will be able to successfully conclude phase 1 of the project. Images by Sebastian Kaye and Marta Patlewicz, both recent graduates of UCA.
João Gameiro Neves, postgraduate student at the Canterbury School of Architecture, presents an analysis of and a vision for existing buildings that have lost their original function and are awaiting new forms of use and occupation.
The public debate brings together different artists, architects and planners to discuss the challenges and the potentials of these spaces for the future regeneration of Dover.read more
Friday 6 May saw the launch of This is England, a presentation of design propositions by postgraduate students from the Canterbury School of Architecture exploring the cultural, historic and urban contexts of the port of Dover. The exhibition, in the DAD studio, was very well attended by members of the public who have been keen to engage with the concepts presented.read more
The DAD studio space is about to be transformed again as postgraduate students from the Canterbury School of Architecture at UCA move in to prepare for their show from 6 - 8 May. They will be presenting a series of design propositions that explore the cultural, historic and urban contexts of the port of Dover.
Following on from the photo shoot in February by Dover photographer Matt Bristow, the studio is going to be home to a new project led by Rhea Shepherd and Lawrence Sherwood, Graduate Diploma architecture students from the Canterbury School of Architecture at UCA.read more
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