Last updated: 24 February
The Architecture Diary was setup to bring together all the events taking place across the city. We aim to be the go-to place to find out about all the architecture and design events happening across our expanding network.
Most event listings will have been submitted by event organisers themselves and we rely heavily on them to keep their event listings up to date and notify us if they have to cancel or postpone their event. Where we know about other events, we’ll try to add them ourselves. Whilst we try to ensure all the data is up to date, neither we nor those listings events can take responsibility for any incorrect listings.
If we’ve listed your event and you want to change the details or add other events, simply create an account and you’ll be able to edit and add events yourself for free. Unfortunately we can’t alter or edit events by email. If you’re rather we didn’t list your event, just drop us an email.
We also can’t take responsibility for the content of events listed here. Our approval process for listing events generally involves a reasonable assumption that the event would appeal to a public or professional audience of those that are interested in architecture or design.
The Community Manager needs to consider the overall look and feel of the diary. They may therefore refuse events for a number of reasons. The final decision about whether an event is listed rests entirely with each Architecture Diary’s Community Manager, in consultation with their editorial board.