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London

Aaron Betsky: Building with the Land Monday 2 June,18.30.A lecture at the RIBA,66 Portland Place, W1.Tickets 020 7307 3699.

PFI/PPP: Making It Work Tuesday 3 June.A conference at the RIBA.

Speakers include Richard MacCormac, Richard Saxon and Paul Finch.Details 020 7505 6745.

Trees, Streets and Spaces Friday 6 June.A Landscape Institute conference at Goodenough College, WC1.Details 020 7250 5200.

Superstudio: Life Without Objects Until 8 June.An exhibition at the Design Museum, Shad Thames, SE1.

Details 020 7940 8790.

Art Deco Architects Have More Fun!

Tuesday 10 June,18.30.A lecture by Alan Powers at the RIBA,66 Portland Place, W1.Tickets020 7307 3699.

David Lunts Wednesday 11 June,18.30.

The UDG's Kevin Lynch Memorial Lecture at The Gallery,77 Cowcross St, EC1.Details 020 7250 0892.

John Flaxman Until 14 June.An exhibition at Sir John Soane's Museum, Lincoln's Inn Fields, WC2.

Details 020 7440 4246.

Wolf D Prix Sunday 15 June,15.30.

A lecture at the V&A Museum, SW7.

Tickets 020 7942 2211.

The Economics of Architecture Wednesday 18 June. An AJ/RIBA joint conference at 66 Portland Place, W1, with speakers including Ted Cullinan, Richard Murphy and Eric Parry.

Details Nancy Mills 0121 233 2531.

Jan Kaplicky Sunday 22 June,15.30.

A lecture at the V&A, SW7.

Tickets 020 7942 2211.

Harry Seidler Monday 23 June,18.30.

A lecture at the RIBA,66 Portland Place, W1.Tickets 020 7307 3699.

Art Deco 1910-1939 Until 20 July.

An exhibition at the V&A, Brompton Rd, SW7.Details 020 7942 2000.

East

David Rayson Until 15 June.An exhibition at Kettle's Yard, Castle St, Cambridge.Details 01223 352124.

RIBA CPD Event: Access, Awareness & Auditing 18-19 June.At New Hall, Cambridge.Details 01223 331701 Design for Living: Reflections on the Garden City Movement Saturday 28 June.A one-day conference at Letchworth.Details 01992 504331.

Essex

Historic Homes Show 28-29 June. At Cressing Temple. Details Pauline Hudspith 01245 437672.

Sainsbury Centre 25th Anniversary Exhibition Until 31 August.At the Sainsbury Centre, University of East Anglia, Norwich.Details 01603 593199.

East Midlands

Urban Space And What To Make Of It Until 21 June.An exhibition at the Angel Row Gallery, Angel Row, Nottingham.Details 0115 915 2869.

Northern

Back to Basics 7-8 June.AUK Association of Preservation Trusts seminar at Newcastle upon Tyne.

Details Nicola Richardson 020 7930 1629.

North West

Thomas Ruff Until 6 July.An exhibition of Ruff 's photographs at Tate LIverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool.

Details 0151 702 7402.

Making Manchester 1990-2003 Until 23 August.Photographs by Len Grant at CUBE,113 Portland St, Manchester.

Details 0161 237 5525.

South

Peter Aldington's House and Garden Sunday 15 June,14.00-17.00.Open to the public at Turn End, Townside, Haddenham, Bucks.Admission £4.

Details 01844 291383.

Working with the CDM Regulations Monday 16 June.A Construction Study Centre event at the Holiday Inn, Fareham.Details 0121 434 3337.

Tony Bevan Until 22 June.Paintings of the structural elements of interiors.

At Milton Keynes Gallery,900 Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes.Details 01908 676 900.

Achieving High Density and High Quality Settlements Tuesday 24 June.

A seminar at the University of Portsmouth.Details 01983 209199.

Richard Wentworth / Tom Phillips Until 27 July.An exhibition at Christ Church Picture Gallery, Oxford.

Details 01865 276172.

South East

RIBA CPD Event: Disability Discrimination Act - Your Design Responsibilities Thursday 12 June.

At Le Meridien Hotel, Gatwick.

Details 01892 515878.

ABS Summer Fete Saturday 14 June.

At Frenchlands Hatch, Ockham Rd South, East Horsley.Details Norman Webster 020 7580 2823.

The Wood Show 28-29 June.At the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum, Singleton, Chichester.

Details 01243 811363.

Simon Callery: Segsbury Project Until 1 August.An exhibition in the Officers'New Barracks, Dover Castle.

South West

Home Until 14 June.An exhibition at Bridport Arts Centre, South St, Bridport.Details 01308 427183.

Plymouth: The Future Friday 20 June.A talk by David Mackay.Details of venue 01752 265921.

Wessex

Westonbirt International Festival of Gardens From 6 June.The UK's alternative to Chaumont at the National Arboretum, Westonbirt, Tetbury, Glos.

England's Lost Houses Until 8 June.

An exhibition at the Holburne Museum, Bath.Details 01225 466669.

Do It Differently Until 13 June.An exhibition at the Architecture Centre, Narrow Quay, Bristol (0117 922 1540).

RIBA CPD Event: Capital Allowances Thursday 19 June,16.00.At St John's Chuch Centre, Wimborne.Details 01225 874700.

RIBA CPD Event: How to Design in Health & Safety Thursday 26 June, 16.00.At the American Museum, Bath.Details 01225 874700.

Gavin Turk/Alice Maher Until 13 July.

Exhibitions at the New Art Centre, Roche Court, East Winterslow, Salisbury.Details 01980 862244.

West Midlands Working with the CDM Regulations Monday 23 June.A Construction Study Centre event at Birmingham.

Details 0121 434 3337.

Contaminated Land Risk Assessment Tuesday 1 July.A CIRIA workshop at Birmingham.Details 020 7222 8891.

Yorkshire

Sculpture from Fascist Italy 31 May-31 August.At the Henry Moore Institute, The Headrow, Leeds (0113 246 7467).

Margo Krasojevic (Decodiene) Thursday 6 June,18.00.A lecture at the Arts Tower, Western Bank, Sheffield University.Details lectures@suas. org Disability Discrimination Act - Be Prepared for 2004 Tuesday 17 June.

A Construction Study Centre event at the Cairn Hotel, Ripon Rd, Harrogate.Details 0121 434 3337.

States of America Until 9 August.

Photographs by Michael Ormerod at the Graves Art Gallery, Surrey St, Sheffield.Details 0114 278 2600.

Scotland Common-Place Until 11 June.

An exhibition at The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow.Details 0141 225 8414.

Wales

Thomas Jones: An Artist Rediscovered Until 10 August.An exhibition (including buildings of Naples) at the National Museum & Gallery, Cathays Park, Cardiff.Details 029 2039 7951.

Information for inclusion should be sent to Andrew Mead at The Architects'Journal at least two weeks before publication.

HIDDEN DEPTHS

On Sunday 8 June there is a rare opportunity to see the dramatic interior of the 19th-century Drop Redoubt at Dover Western Heights, featured in AJ 20.6.02. English Heritage, which owns the property, has allowed the Western Heights Preservation Society to open the building for the day.

There will be three tours per hour from 10.00-16.40.Tickets £3 from the Honorary Secretary,66 Union Road, Deal, CT14 6AR. Include an sae.On the previous evening,7 June, at 19.30, Paul Pattison of EH will give a lecture, 'Dover's Hidden Fortress', at the Keep Restaurant, Dover Castle. Tickets £3 from Dover Museum or the honorary secretary at the above address.

Make cheques payable to 'Western Heights Preservation Society'.

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