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London Lesley Foxcroft Until 15 May.An exhibition at Annely Juda Fine Art,23 Dering St, W1.Details 020 7629 7578.

Fred Manson: Smashing China Wednesday 19 May,18.30.A UDG lecture at The Gallery,77 Cowcross St, EC1.Details 020 7250 0892.

Concrete Elegance: Spiral Dreams Wednesday 19 May,18.30.A lecture by Bendt Aarup at the Building Centre,26 Store St, WC1 (020 7692 6209).

SAVE Britain's Heritage Book Fair Thursday 20 May,12.00-19.00.At The Gallery,77 Cowcross St, EC1.Details 020 7529 8924.

Commuting: The Life Sentence? Thursday 20 May,19.00.A debate at the Museum of London with speakers including Nicky Gavron and Austin Williams (07957 534909).

Will Alsop Thursday 20 May,19.15.A lecture at the Design Museum, Shad Thames, SE1.Details 020 7940 8783.

Antoni Malinowski Until 22 May. Paintings by an artist known for his architectural collaborations.At Gimpel Fils,30 Davies St, W1. Details 020 7493 2488.

Schools for the Future: Exemplar Designs Until 24 May.An exhibition at the RIBA,66 Portland Place, W1.Details 020 7580 5533. Nigel Coates Thursday 27 May,18.30.

A lecture at the AA,36 Bedford Sq, WC1. Details 020 7887 4000. Indoor Type: Michael Samuels Until 28 May.An exhibition at the AA,36 Bedford Sq, WC1 (020 7887 4145).

Essential Business Management Training for Architects 7,14,21 & 28 June, 14.00.A four-part Colander course at Capital Quality, just off Oxford St.Details 020 8771 6445.

Building Cities for Community & Identity 13-17 June.The 40th International Making Cities Livable Conference at the University of London Notre Dame Centre.Details www. livablecities. org Archigram Until 4 July.An exhibition at the Design Museum, Shad Thames, SE1.Details 0870 833 9955.

East Ian McKeever 15 May-4 July.Paintings and drawings at Kettle's Yard, Castle St, Cambridge.

Details 01223 352124.

Architects' Legal Update Conference 18-19 May.A Workplace Law Training course at Cambridge.Details 0870 777 8881.

Peter Cook Tuesday 25 May,19.30.A lecture at the De Havilland Campus, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield.Details Geraint John 07971 789882.

resource04 7-10 June.An exhibition of energy efficient technologies at the BRE, Garston, Watford.Details 01923 664525.

Basic Maintenance of Historic Buildings Thursday 17 June.A course at Cressing Temple, Essex.Details Pauline Hudspith 01245 437672.

East Midlands Paper Sundays,14.00-18.00, until 6 June.

Works on paper by four artists at Fermynwoods, nr Brigstock, Kettering.Details 01536 373469.

Hooked on Books: The Library of Sir John Soane Until 30 August.An exhibition at the Lakeside Arts Centre, University Park, Nottingham.Details 0115 846 7777.

North Fantasy Architecture Until 3 July.

An exhibition at the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, City Library, Sunderland.

Details 0191 514 1235.

North West BCO Annual Conference 20-21 May.

At Manchester International Conference Centre.

Details 01722 339811.

Architecture and Ideology; Best Studio 3 (Arkheion) Until 29 May.Two exhibitions at CUBE,113 Portland St, Manchester (0161 237 5525).

Glenn Howells Thursday 24 June, 19.30. A lecture at the Grosvenor Museum, Grosvenor St, Chester.Details Mark Kyffin 0161 236 5667.

Blasting the Future: Vorticism in Britain 1910-1920 Until 25 July.An exhibition at the Whitworth Art Gallery, Oxford Rd, Manchester.

Details 0161 275 7450.

South Immaterial: Brancusi, Gabo, MoholyNagy Until 23 May.An exhibition at Southampton City Art Gallery.

Details 023 8083 2153.

RIBA CPD Event: How Much Could The DDA Cost You? Tuesday 25 May,16.00.

At Clarks Solicitors, One Forbury Sq, Reading.

Details 0118 969 8051.

Mike Nelson Until 4 July.An architectural installation at Modern Art Oxford,30 Pembroke St, Oxford.Details 01865 722733.

South East Oak and Iron Friday 14 May.At the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum.Details 01243 811464.

Dungeness Until 16 May.Photographs by Nigel Green at Rye Art Gallery, Ockman Lane, Rye.Details 01797 222433.

Richard Doone (Conrans) Thursday 20 May,17.30.A lecture at Kent Institute of Art and Design, Canterbury.Details 01892 515878.

Building Visit: Butterfly House Thursday 27 May,17.00.At Dunsfold nr Godalming.Cost £15.Details 01892 515878.

CABE Urban Design Summer School 13-16 June.At Ashford, Kent.Cost £750.Details 020 7911 5020.

Canterbury School of Architecture Show Until 3 July.An exhibition at Ashford Library Gallery, Ashford.Details Jeanne Straight 01227 817333.

Wessex OXO Peugeot Design Awards 2003 Until 17 June. An exhibition at the Architecture Centre, Narrow Quay, Bristol.Details 0117 922 1540.

William Pye / Edmund de Waal Until 5 September.Exhibitions at the New Art Centre, Roche Court, East Winterslow, Salisbury.Details 01980 862244.

West Midlands Elizabeth Magill Until 23 May.

An exhibition at the Ikon Gallery, Birmingham.

Details 0121 248 0708.

RIBA CPD Event: Problems in Architectural Practice Thursday 27 May, 14.00.A seminar at Birmingham.Details 0121 233 2321.

Yorkshire With Hidden Noise Until 8 August.

An exhibition at the Henry Moore Institute,74 the Headrow, Leeds.Details 0113 234 3158.

Scotland Interim MFA 15-28 May.An exhibition by students of Glasgow School of Art,167 Renfrew St, Glasgow.Details 0141 353 4500.

Field Trip Until 2 July.An exhibition at The Lighthouse,11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow.Details 0141 221 6362.

Wales The John Hinde Butlin's Photographs Until 13 June .At Ffotogallery, Turner House Gallery, Plymouth Rd, Penarth.Details 029 2070 8870 International Giancarlo De Carlo Until 14 June.

At the Pompidou Centre, Paris.Details www. centrepompidou. fr Lausanne Jardins 2004 19 June-17 October.Various temporary gardens in and around Lausanne.Details www. lausannejardins. ch Content: Rem Koolhaas - OMA - AMO Until 29 August.An exhibition at the Kunsthal, Rotterdam.Details www. kunsthal. nl J°rn Utzon Until 29 August.An exhibition at the Louisiana Museum, Humelbaek, nr Copenhagen.Details www. louisiana. d Information for inclusion should be sent to Andrew Mead at The Architects' Journal at least two weeks before publication.

LIGHT RELIEF Works by Klaus Stadt (above) and Hartmut Böhm feature in an exhibition of Concrete and Constructive Art from Germany at the Beardsmore Gallery,22-24 Prince of Wales Road, London NW5, until 29 May.

Details 020 7485 0923.Stadt's works - in wood, plexiglas and acrylic - are responsive to the play of light.

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