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Interested in running an event? AATE23 #OpenCall for Entries is now open!

Our provocation for the festival is (Re)Mapping! And we want to encourage and develop other voices in event organisation, exhibition production, curation, writing and cultural leadership in Ireland to support our public programme - expanding the practice of architecture.

We invite you to make a map of your own devising which will appeal to anyone interested in how we visualize our worlds, physical or abstract, real or imagined.

“Re-Mapping ” captures the invisible networks and connections between the places, people, and things that are meaningful to us.

We are searching for new perspectives from those interested in social geography, social policy, social justice and social change.

We are open to anyone - innovative individuals and collectives - with an interest in a progressive future for architecture and the built environment.

Selected submissions will be exhibited during the Architecture at the Edge Festival, 29 September 29- 08 October, 2023, when everyone comes together to celebrate our built environment, its places and people.

The maximum allowance available of €2,000 includes the fee for your time, production costs, contributing to the marketing and evaluation of the festival.

Learn more and apply at www.architectureattheedge.com

Deadline: 07 July 2023.

Architecture At The Edge 2023 – Open Call

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Event Type(s) Festivals
Admission / Cost FREE

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MIck Lally Theatre More Info

Address: MIck Lally Theatre
Druid Lane
H91 N5X9
Venue Instagram @@druidtheatre
Venue Twitter @@DruidTheatre


Architecture at the Edge

About Architecture at the Edge (AATE) is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of architecture as culture. Established in Galway in 2017, it invites everyone to explore and understand the value of a well-designed built environment. We aim to demonstrate how design enhances everyday life and to inspire new ways of thinking about architecture.
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