A regional guide to current and forthcoming exhibitions, lectures, conferences and seminars, selected to meet readers' cpd needs. Information for inclusion should be sent to Andrew Mead at The Architects' Journal at least two weeks before publication.
Working Design 18 February-20 March. An aj-sponsored exhibition on workplace design. At the riba, 66 Portland Place, W1 (0171 580 5533).
Charles Hadcock Until 23 February. Drawings and maquettes for sculpture at the Imperial College Gallery, Sherfield Building, Exhibition Rd, SW7. Details 0171 594 8442.
The House of Your Dreams? Tuesday 23 February, 18.30. A discussion at the riba. Tickets 0171 307 3699.
Business Management Training for Architects Commencing 24 February. Six half-day courses at the riba, 66 Portland Place, W1. Details 0171 580 3058 or 0171 627 8311.
Richard Wilson and Afterimage Until 25 February. An exhibition at the Architectural Association, 36 Bedford Sq, WC1. Details 0171 887 4039.
Twentieth Century London Thursday 25 February, 18.30. A Twentieth Century Society lecture by Andrew Saint at 77 Cowcross St, EC1. Details 0171 250 3857.
Management of Office Space at the MoD Tuesday 2 March. A breakfast briefing at the Industrial Society, SW1. Details Paul Stansall 0171 436 4050.
Framed III: Architecture on Film From 2 March. Talks and screenings at the riba and elsewhere. Details 0171 303 3770 or 0171 580 5533.
Matthias Hoch Until 4 March. Architectural photographs at the Goethe Institut, 50 Princes Gate, Exhibition Rd, SW7 (0171 411 3444).
Towers and Colonnades: Cuthbert Brodrick Until 6 March. An exhibition at the riba Heinz Gallery, 21 Portman Sq, W1 (0171 580 5533).
Andreas Gursky: Photographs 1994-1998 Until 7 March. An exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, W2. Details 0171 298 1515.
London: Postcolonial City 12-13 March. A conference at the aa, 36 Bedford Sq, WC1 (0171 887 4039).
Child's Eye: Houses in Children's Books Until 13 March. An exhibition at the riba. Details 0171 580 5533.
Emotional Storage Until 14 March. Work by Muf at the Architecture Foundation, 30 Bury St, SW1. Details 0171 839 9389.
Zang Tumb Tumb: The Futurist Graphic Revolution Until 11 April. An exhibition at the Estorick Collection, 39a Canonbury Sq, N1 (0171 704 9522).
Building the British Museum Until 18 April. The contributions of 10 architects in an exhibition in Room 90 of the British Museum, WC1.
Modern Britain 1929-1939 Until 6 June. An exhibition at the Design Museum, Shad Thames, SE1. Details 0171 403 6933.
Physical Evidence Until 28 February. An exhibition at Kettle's Yard, Castle St, Cambridge (01223 352124).
Listed Building Show 6-7 March. At Hatfield House. Details 01992 504331.
riba cpd Event: Using Energy Ratings to Support Energy Efficient Home Design Thursday 11 March, 13.15. At New Hall, Cambridge. Details 01223 461458.
Sustainability in Construction 12-13 March. An riba Eastern Region conference at Aldeburgh. Details Diane Holme 01223 324157.
riba cpd Event: Becoming a Planning Supervisor 2,9, and 16 March. A three- day course at Birmingham. Details 0121 233 2321.
On the Road: The Art of Engineering in the Car Age Until 13 March. An exhibition at the Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham. Details 0171 921 0837.
riba cpd Event: Key Issues in Project Management Wednesday 24 February, 10.30. At the Civic Centre, Knutsford. Details Belinda Irlam-Mowbray 01565 652927.
Manchester: Conservation and Change Thursday 25 February, 19.00. A Manchester Civic Society event at the Friends' Meeting House, Mount St, Manchester. Details 0161 832 4445.Ian Beaumont Tuesday 23 March, 19.30. A lecture at the Grenfell Baines Gallery, Vernon St, Preston. Details Peter Trebilcock 0161 973 1505.
Mary Potter Until 28 March. An exhibition at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Church St, Brighton. Details 01273 290900.
Richard MacCormac Thursday 25 February, 17.00. A lecture at the Portland Building, Portsmouth School of Architecture. Details 01705 842086.
riba cpd Event: Energy Consciousness and Sustainability in Buildings, Specifying Slate Friday 26 February, 12.30. At the Western Morning News Building, Plymouth. Details Karen Ford 01752 265921.
Managing & Funding Heritage Projects Thursday 4 March. A conference at the Rougemont Hotel, Exeter. Details 01823 661161.
Bristol C20 Until 12 March. 20th century Bristol architecture at the Architecture Centre, Narrow Quay, Bristol (0117 922 1540).
Richard Rose-Casemore Tuesday 16 March, 18.15. A lecture at the Arnolfini, Narrow Quay, Bristol. Tickets 01179 299191.
Stephen Proctor Wednesday 24 February, 19.00. A lecture at The Pheasant, Worcester. Details Steve Moore 01584 781338.
Rod Robinson Wednesday 24 February, 19.30. A lecture at The Shirehall, Shrewsbury. Details Mark Newall 01743 361261.
riba cpd Event: Becoming a Planning Supervisor 2,9 and 16 March. A three- day course at a Birmingham venue. Details 0121 233 2321.
riba cpd Event: Planning Law Update Thursday 18 March, 18.00. At Telford. Details 0121 233 2321.
Robert Nijsse Tuesday 23 February, 14.00. James Weston (Shed KM) Thursday 25 February, 18.00. Lectures at the Arts Tower, University of Sheffield. Details 0114 222 0399.
riba cpd Event: cdm/Planning Supervisor Course 24-26 February. At riba Regional hq, Leeds. Details 0113 2456250.
City Futures Until 14 March. An exhibition by Hull School of Architecture at the Maritime Museum, Hull (01482 462029).
Glasgow 1999 Events Monthly programme available 0141 287 1999.
Frank Lloyd Wright and the Living City 19 February-11 April. An exhibition at the Art Gallery and Museum, Kelvingrove, Glasgow. Details 0141 287 2699.
What Kind of Housing Does Edinburgh Need? Monday 22 February, 18.30. A Manifesto debate at Monboddo, Bread St, Edinburgh. Details 0131 332 0829.
Brave New Worlds 22 February-13 March. Modernist Scottish and Hungarian architecture at Glasgow School of Art (0141 353 4500).
David G De Long Wednesday 24 February, 18.00. A lecture on Frank Lloyd Wright at Glasgow Caledonian University, Health Building. Tickets 0141 287 7368.
Robert Adam: The Creative Mind Until 21 March. An exhibition at the National Gallery of Scotland, The Mound, Edinburgh.
Nigel Curry (Foster & Partners) Thursday 18 March, 19.30. A lecture at Faenol Fawr Hotel, Bodelwyddan, St Asaph. Details Peter Stonebridge 01745 813852.
James Casebere's Cibachrome photographs are based on the architectural models that he makes of bare, apparently abandoned, interiors, frequently institutional in character. They can be seen at the Museum of Modern Art, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford until 4 April. Details 01865 722733.