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Tuesday, 14 July 2009

PLACE Update - July 2009

PLACE's Garden - Wed 22nd - Sat 25th July


Next week sees Fountain Street in Belfast transformed with art, guerrilla gardening, film, music, tango, BBQ and more! Check out the full event listing here - also look out for the booklets in various venues across the city. Come join us at PLACE for the special launch event on Wed 22nd July from 6pm-8pm, where we'll introduce the week's activities - all welcome; refreshments will be served!

Please note there are limited places for each event - BOOK NOW by calling (028) 9023 2524 (you can leave a message while we are closed!) or email info@place.uk.net

If you are interested in volunteering to help us out at the events next week, get in touch in the same way!

[PLACE's Garden has been developed in association with Brown & Bri, the Landscape Institute of Northern Ireland, La Boca Restaurant and with funding from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.]

MAG - Raising Standards


Published last week, Raising Standards is the first report on the work of MAG (the Ministerial Advisory Group on Architecture and the Built Environment).

Download it here [PDF, 419kb]

weePLACE - Eva Maher and Henrietta Williams
The weePLACE exhibition cabinet continues to display interpretations of the built environment from all walks of life.

weePLACE004 - Eva Maher
Coinciding with PLACE's Garden, Dublin-based Eva Maher presents her 2D and 3D works based on "the arduous experience that is moving house". Launching Wed 22nd July at 6pm.

weePLACE005 - Henrietta Williams
And in August, alongside David Turner in the Main Gallery, Henrietta Williams presents On the Threshold, a collection of photographs exploring the regeneration of the land that lies alongside interfaces in Belfast.

Upcoming in August - David Turner's Cross-Section and Scale
After a six-month residency at QUB School of Architecture in 2008, fine artist David Turner has developed an exhibition exclusively for PLACE.

The pencil drawings show physical cross-sections of buildings throughout Belfast City Centre which have been deconstructed by attacks during the Troubles.

Now available in the RIBA Bookshop at PLACE
AAI Awards 2009 - New Irish Architecture 24
The latest edition in this ever-popular series is now available, with profiles, illustrations, drawings, photography and in-depth analysis of the best new Irish architecture of the past year, as selected by the Architecture Association of Ireland.
£21.50

Magazines
The July/August issue of Perspective is now available, featuring the new Derry Playhouse, plus a special feature from the PLACE staff and a report on the UU students' intervention in Belfast's Holylands £4.00

Also now available at PLACE: Architectural Review (£9, monthly) and Architectural Record (£10.95, monthly)

Discount vouchers
Until the end of August, when you spend £30 or more you will receive a £5 discount voucher for use in RIBA Bookshops (including PLACE and the RSUA in Belfast).
Terms and conditions apply.

Keep up-to-date with the latest titles in the bookshop on the PLACE Homepage and on the blog: http://placeni.blogspot.com/search/label/Bookshop

PLACE Online
PLACE Homepage
News on our upcoming exhibitions and events, plus PLACE publications and archives.
www.place.uk.net

PLACE Blog
Recently on the blog:
From YouTube, a film about Best Products Co stores designed by SITE in the 1970s - click here to check it out.

Stay in touch with us on the blog for up-to-date news and thoughts about the built environment in Northern Ireland and further afield. Comments welcome!
http://placeni.blogspot.com/

PLACE Library Blog
Our team of voluntary librarians are moving on to the classification stage of our new library at PLACE. Keep up with them on their blog!
http://placelibrary.blogspot.com/

PLACE Facebook Group
Join us on Facebook for news and invites to upcoming events!
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=45343048548

Contact Us


PLACE will be closed from 15th - 20th July, reopening on Tuesday 21st July.

To book for any of the upcoming PLACE's Garden events, simply email us at info@place.uk.net or call (028) 9023 2524 and leave a message.

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