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 leasttwo weeks before publication.
Square '98: Forum for Public Space 9-17 July. An international summer programme plus conference on 'new forms of public space'. At the University of North London and Byam Shaw. Details 0171 251 1732.
New Designers 9-12 July and 16-19 July. A two-part show of work by graduating students at the Business Design Centre, Upper St, N1.
Architectural Association End of Year Exhibition From Friday 10 July. At 36 Bedford Sq, WC1. Details 0171 887 4039.
Home/A Place to Live - The Housing Design Awards 10 July-5 August. An exhibition at the riba Architecture Centre (0171 580 5533).
Anderson Inge Until 11 July. An in-situ work 'in the shadow of Centre Point' at the Central Point Gallery, Denmark Place, WC2 (0171 254 8432).
Velux 'Lifetime' Housing Design Award Ceremony Monday 13 July, from 18.00. At the riba, 66 Portland Place, W1. The exhibition is on view at the Building Centre, Store St, WC1 from 13-24 July.
aa Summer School 1998: Fluxion - Unfolding the City from Within
13-31 July. Workshops will focus on 'the east frontier of the City of London'. Details 0171 887 4052.
New Homes, New Landscapes Tuesday 14 July. An rtpi and Landscape Institute conference at Westminster Central Hall, SW1. Details 0171 738 9166.
Impact of Building Regulations 1998 Update Wednesday 15 July. A Construction Study Centre seminar at a London venue. Details Katie Rawcliffe 0121 434 3337.
David Connearn Until 20 July. An exhibition of drawings at The Economist, 25 St James' St, SW1. Houseworks Until 24 July. A touring exhibition of work by young Edinburgh architects at Pitshanger Manor, Mattock Lane, Ealing (0181 567 1227).
Art Nouveau Architecture of Riga Until 25 July. An exhibition at the riba Heinz Gallery, 21 Portman Sq, W1. Details 0171 580 5533.
Changing Everything: Stephen Willats Until 2 August. A project undertaken on Peckham council estates. At the South London Gallery, 65 Peckham Rd, SE5 (0171 703 6120).
Solo x 9: Artists in Clerkenwell Until 8 August (Wed-Sun). At Berry House, 148 St John St, EC1 (0181 455 9683).
John Plowman Until 21 August. An exhibition at Shillam + Smith, 122 Gt Titchfield St, W1 (0171 637 0057).
Architecture for Austria 1896-1996 Until 5 September. An exhibition at the riba Architecture Centre, 66 Portland Place, W1 (0171 580 5533).
A Renaissance Enigma Until 12 September. The 'North Italian Album' - an exhibition at the Soane Museum, 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, WC2.
The Thirties Until 19 September. Influences on abstract art in Britain - an exhibition at Annely Juda Fine Art, 23 Dering St, W1 (0171 629 7578).
Defending Professional Indemnity Claims Wednesday 23 September. An ibc conference at the Forte Posthouse, Regents Park, W1. Details 0171 453 5492.
Aspects of Architecture: Representing Exteriors Until 11 October. An exhibition at the V&A, South Kensington, SW7.
Celebration of Henry Moore's Centenary Saturday 18 July, 14.00. An haa visit to the Henry Moore Foundation, Perry Green, Much Hadham. Details 01701 263958.
Progress in Roofing Wednesday 22 July. A seminar on the design and performance of roofing. At the bre, Garston, Watford. Details 01923 664532, fax 664602.
Kettle's Yard Open 1998 Until 2 August. 20 artists on show at Kettle's Yard, Castle St, Cambridge. Details 01223352124.
John Murphy - Julia Saramento: A Conversation Piece 12 July-4 October. Paintings, drawings and objects at the Museum of Modern Art, Pembroke St, Oxford (01865 728608).
Working with the cdm RegulationsWednesday 15 July. A Construction Study Centre event at Ascot. Details 0121 434 3337.
Art, Architecture and Design in Devon 1910-58 Until 25 July. An exhibition at the City Museumand Art Gallery, Drake Circus, Plymouth.
University of Bath Student Projects Until 19 July. An exhibition at the Building of Bath Museum. The Vineyards, Bath (01225 333895).
The Harbourside Centre, Bristol Until 14 August. An exhibition of the building by Behnisch, Behnisch & Partner at the Architecture Centre, Narrow Quay, Bristol. Details 0117 922 1540.
Managing Health & Safety Risks Tuesday 14 July. A Construction Study Centre seminar at Birmingham. Details Katie Rawcliffe 0121 434 3337.
Jennifer Armstrong (Armstrong Associates) Thursday 23 July, 19.30. A lecture at The Pheasant, New St, Worcester. Details Steve Moore 01584 781338.
Claustrophobia Until 2 August. A group show on 'all things domestic' at the Ikon Gallery, Brindleyplace, Birmingham (0121 248 0708).
riba Certificate in Project Management 11-13 and 18-20 September. A five- day course over two weekends at a West Midlands hotel. Details 0121 331 4497.
A Splash of Colour New public art works in the Saltley and Small Heath area of Birmingham, curated by Shillam + Smith. Free map of the projects from 0800 614 900.
Sculpture and the Garden 15-18 July. A conference at University College Bretton Hall, near Wakefield (01924 830261 x2073).
Langlands & Bell Until 16 August. Works by Langlands & Bell (and three other artists) at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds (0113 234 3158).
John Kippin: Histories of the Imagination Until 4 October. A public artwork for the Rotunda Museum, Scarborough, and Scarborough Castle (01723 374839).
David Wild: Fragments of Utopia Until 10 July. Wild's collages are on show at the rias Gallery, 15 Rutland Sq, Edinburgh. Details 0131 229 7545.
Frank Duffy Monday 13 July, 18.00. A lecture at the rias, 15 Rutland Sq, Edinburgh. Details 0131 229 7545.
Napier University Department of Design 13-24 July. An exhibition by past and present interior architecture students at the rias, 15 Rutland Sq, Edinburgh. Details 0131 229 7545.
Alvar Aalto in Seven Buildings Until 16 August. An exhibition at the Netherlands Architecture Institute, Rotterdam (003110 4401200).
Aalto Tour 31 August-6 September. A specialist tour of Finland. Cost £865. Details David Snell 01580 712291.
Marcus Taylor's interest in mirror images, explored earlier in stainless steel sculptures and Rorschach blot-like drawings, finds ingenious expression in a new work in layered mdf that occupies (and links) three floors of The Tannery, 57 Bermondsey Street, London SE1. Experience of the sculpture is a matter of memory as well as immediate perception; its central axis proves to be at half the height of the first-floor room, with identical forms projecting upwards on the floor above - see photograph - and downwards from the ground-floor ceiling. It can be seen until 12 July. Details 0171 234 0587. The exhibition includes new works on paper as well as the large two-part stainless steel sculpture which was pictured on the cover of aj 31.10.96.