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Wendy Shillam Friday 2 August, 20.00.

An Architecture Foundation discussion with Jonathan Glancey at Toyo Ito's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion. Seats free.

AAProjects Review 2002 Until 2 August.At the AA, 36 Bedford Sq, WC1.Details 020 7887 4000.

Julia Farrer: Towers & Bridges Until 2 August.An exhibition at the Eagle Gallery, 159 Farringdon Rd, EC1.

Details 020 7833 2674.

Sittingbourne Cultural Centre Ideas Competition Until 3 August.An exhibition at the RIBA, 66 Portland Place, W1.Details 0906 302 0400.

Southwark Seen Until 4 August.

Photographs at the Cafe Gallery, Southwark Park, SE16.Details 020 7237 1230.

Hong Kong: A City on the Move Until 15 August.An exhibition at the RIBA, 66 Portland Place, W1.Details 0906 302 0400.

Rene Daniels and Karin Ruggaber Until 17 August.Paintings and sculpture 'with clear references to space, light and architecture'.At Bloomberg Space, 50 Finsbury Sq, EC2.Details 020 7330 7500.

The Uncanny Room Until 25 August.

'The darker side of the domestic realm' - an exhibition at Pitshanger Manor, Mattock Lane, E5.Details 020 8567 1227.

Till Exit Until 1 September.An architectural installation at Matt's Gallery, 42 Copperfield Rd, E3.

Details 020 8983 1771.

50/50: Crowning Achievements: Future Prospects Until 12 September.An exhibition at the Building Centre, 26 Store St, WC1 (020 7692 6209).

How to Manage Building Design Online Thursday 19 September.An Emap Construct conference in London.

(natalie. rubinstein@emap. com) England's Lost Houses Until 21 September.An exhibition drawn from the archives of Country Life at Sir John Soane Museum, Lincoln's Inn Fields, WC2 (020 7405 2107).

Gio Ponti Until 6 October.An exhibition at the Design Museum, Shad Thames, SE1 (020 7940 8790).


Ben Nicholson: Drawings and Painted Reliefs 27 July-22 September.An exhibition at Kettle's Yard, Castle St, Cambridge.Details 01223 352124.

Historic Barn Conversions Thursday 22 August.A one-day seminar at Cressing Temple, nr Witham.Details 01245 437672.

Construction Law Summer School 2-4 September.A three-day event (worth 16 CPD hours) at New Hall College, Cambridge (01932 893852).

Glass: A Material for the 21st Century Wednesday 25 September.A seminar at the BRE, Garston, Watford.Details Angela Mondiar 01923 664775.


Are You Sitting Comfortably?

Until 28 August.An 'interactive seating exhibition' at Belsay Hall, Northumberland.Details 01661 881636.

North West

Cultural Impact 2002 30-31 July.A conference on architecture, tourism and urban development.At Liverpool.Details 0161 443 0100.

Northern Exposure Until 20 August.

Work by 10 practices in the North West region.At CUBE, 113 Portland St, Manchester (0161 237 5525).

South Eastern

Chris Drury Until 22 September.An exhibition of works made from natural materials at the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea.Details 01424 787900.

Timber Framing From Scratch 23-29 September.A hands-on course at the Weald & Downland Museum, Singleton, Chichester.Details Diana Rowsell 01243 811464.

Langlands & Bell at Petworth Until 29 September.An exhibition of architectural work in Turner's studio at Petworth House, Petworth, West Sussex.Details 01798 342207.


Douglas Allsop: Seven Sequential Spaces 26 July-6 October.A series of installations at Southampton City Art Gallery, Civic Centre, Southampton (0123 8083 2769).

Out of Line Until 1 September.

Selected drawings from the Arts Council Collection at Artsway, Station Rd, Sway (01590 682260).


Juha Leiviska Until 2 August.An exhibition at the Architecture Centre, Narrow Quay, Bristol.Details 0117 922 1540.

Richard Long Until 22 September.An exhibition at the New Art Centre, Roche Court, East Winterslow, Salisbury.Details 01980 862447.


Wakefield Summer School 2-4 August.

Led by Will Alsop and Irena Bauman.

At the Orangery, Wakefield.Details 01924 215550.

The Object Sculpture Until 1 September.An exhibition at the Henry Moore Institute, 74 The Headrow, Leeds (0113 246 7467).


Hiroshi Sugimoto: The Architecture of Time 3 August-21 September.An exhibition at the Fruitmarket Gallery, 45 Market St, Edinburgh.

Details 0131 225 2383.

Eric Parry Architects: An Eye for the Whole 4 August-18 October.An exhibition at the Matthew Gallery, 20 Chambers St, Edinburgh.Details 0131 650 8017.

Visions in Light: The Architecture of Basil Spence 6 August-13 September.

An exhibition at the RIAS Gallery, 15 Rutland Sq, Edinburgh.Details 0131 229 7545.

Compass New Generation Show 2002 Until 7 August.At the Compass Gallery, 178 West Regent St, Glasgow and the Pentagon Business Centre, Washington St, Glasgow.

Details 0141 221 6370.

Anatomy of the House Until 30 August.

An exhibition at the RFACFS, 148 Canongate, Edinburgh.Details 0131 556 6699.

The Alchemy of Light Until 7 September.An exhibition at the Hunterian Art Gallery, 82 Hillhead St, Glasgow.Details 0141 330 5431.


Julia Brooker Until 23 August.

Paintings at the CBAT Gallery, Bute St, Cardiff (supported by Powell Dobson Partnership Architects).

Details 029 2048 8772.

Heritage, Health & Environment: Sustainable Conservation Solutions Friday 13 September.A conference at the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University.Details 01582 690187.

Northern Ireland

Look Up Belfast: A New Perspective on the City 1-3 October.Belfast's first international built heritage conference.Details 028 9048 7395 or www. lookupbelfast. com International UNStudio: Ben van Berkel / Caroline Bos 1987-2002 Until 15 September.

An exhibition at the NAI, Rotterdam.

Details 003110 4401200.

Image, Use and Heritage: The Reception of Architecture of the Modern Movement 16-19 September.

The Seventh International Docomomo Conference takes place in Paris (contact. adcep@wanadoo. fr)


'Location: UK' - a group show that includes the photographers Martin Parr and Rut Blees Luxemburg - looks at relationships between people and place in the age of the Internet and increasingly global economies. At Gimpel Fils, 30 Davies St, London W1 until 7 September (020 7493 2488).

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