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.
The Lost Palace of Whitehall, 1530-1698 10 September-24 October. An exhibition drawing on the riba's Inigo Jones and John Webb material. At the Heinz Gallery, 21 Portman Sq, W1. Details 0171 580 5533.
Lucienne Day 14 September-8 October. 50 years of Day's textile designs at The Fine Art Society, 148 New Bond St, W1 (0171 629 5116).
The Work of Charles and Ray Eames 15 September-3 January. The Library of Congress/Vitra Design Museum show is at the Design Museum, Shad Thames, SE1. Details 0171 403 6933.
Working with cdm Regulations Wednesday 16 September. A Construction Study Centre course at a London venue. Details 0121 434 3337.
Designing the Connected City Wednesday 16 September, 18.30. A udg lecture by Rob Cowan at The Gallery, 77 Cowcross St, EC1. Details 01235 851415.
Revitalising Cities - Sustainable Urban Living in the Twenty-First Century Thursday 17 September, 10.00. A one-day sera conference at Church House, Westminster. Details Vicky Cann 0171 263 7389.
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).
Open House '98 19-20 September. Some 400 buildings will be open to the public. Details 0891 600 061.
Working Design 19-20 September. Office designs by London architects at M & C Saatchi, 34-36 Golden Sq, W1.
Towards Zero Energy Tuesday 22 September. A seminar at the riba, 66 Portland Place, W1. Details Sally Barber 0171 307 3681.
Defending Professional Indemnity Claims Wednesday 23 September. An ibc conference at the Forte Posthouse, Regents Park, W1. Details 0171 453 5492.
Terracotta Rainscreen Cladding Tuesday 22 September. An open day of seminars/demonstrations organised by Taylor Maxwell (0171 793 8188).
100% Design 24-27 September. An exhibition at Earl's Court 2, SW5.
Aga Khan Awards for Architecture Until 26 September. An exhibition at the riba Architecture Centre. Details 0171 580 5533.
Concrete Appearance: Finish & Form for the Future Wednesday 30 September. An Institute of Concrete Technology seminar at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel, SW7. Details 01344 752096.
Industrial Design: A Contemporary View Until 3 October (Tues-Sun, 12.00-
19.00). An installation by Nicholas Grimshaw & Partners at Wapping Pumping Station, Wapping Wall, E1. Construction Health & Safety: Everything You Need to Know 8-9 October. An sbim course at Lincoln House, WC1. Details 0171 420 3500.
Aspects of Architecture: Representing Exteriors Until 11 October. An exhibition at the v&a, South Kensington, SW7.
First udal Annual Conference: Urban Design Makes Better Cities Thursday 15 October. At the riba, 66 Portland Place, W1. Details Samantha McDonough 0171 307 3677.
The Cult of the Ruin Saturday 24 October. The Georgian Group Annual Symposium at The Scientific Societies' Lecture Theatre, Savile Row, W1. Details 0171 387 1720.
The Special Relationship: American & British Architecture Since 1945 29-30 October. A two-day conference at the Architectural Association with many leading architects, historians and critics. Details 0171 580 0311.
The Art of Building 12 September-17 October. New European art galleries - an exhibition at The Minories, 74 High St, Colchester (01206 577067).
Performance Measurement in Construction Thursday 17 September. A half- day Construction Productivity Network workshop at the bre, Garston. Details 01923 664765.
riba cpd Event: Construction Law and Liability Update Thursday 17 September, 13.15. At New Hall, Cambridge. Details 01223 461458.
Avoiding Year 2000 Problems in Buildings Wednesday 23 September. A workshop at the bre, Garston, Watford. Details 01923 664 688.
Daylight and Window Design Thursday 24 September. A workshop at the bre, Garston. Details Paul Littlefair 01923 664874.
cuea Conference on Engineering, Energy and Sustainability Friday 25 September. At Cambridge. Details Francesca Barraud 01223 342100.
riba cpd Event: Garden City Movement Thursday 1 October. A study day at St Francis College, Letchworth. Details 01223 461458.
Intelligent Buildings: Realising the Benefits 6-8 October. An international conference and exhibition at the bre, Garston, Watford. Details 01923 664524, fax 01923 664602.
riba cpd Event: Settlement and Foundation Failures Tuesday 22 September, 12.00-14.00. At Nottingham. Details 0121 331 4497.
riba cpd Event: Development of Brownfield Sites Wednesday 30 September, 15.00. At Nottingham. Details 0121 331 4497.
Viewpoints Until 11 October. An exhibition on landscape themes at ArtSway, Station Rd, Sway, Hants (01590 682260).
Intelligent Buildings: it & Communications Systems 12-16 October. A course at the University of Reading. Details Irene Williams 0118 931 8201, fax 0118 931 3856.
riba cpd Event: Becoming a Planning Supervisor 29 September-1 October. At the Building Display Centre, Exeter. Details 01752 265921.
Colour in Space Until 18 October. An exhibition of Patrick Heron's recent public artworks. At the Tate St Ives. Details 01736 796543.
Art Nouveau Architecture of Riga Until 2 October. An exhibition at the Architecture Centre, Narrow Quay, Bristol. Details 0117 922 1540.
riba cpd Event: Development of Brownfield Sites Thursday 24 September, 15.00. At Cannock. Details 0121 331 4497.
jct 'With Contractor's Design' Form of Contract Monday 28 September. A Construction Study Centre course at Birmingham. Details 0121 434 3337.
riba cpd Event: Settlement and Foundation Failures Thursday 1 October, 12.00-14.00. At Cannock. Details 0121 331 4497.
Profitable Project Partnering Tuesday 20 October. A Construction Study Centre course at Birmingham. Details 0121 434 3337.
Health in the Inner Cities Tuesday 22 September. A conference on city planning and health at Saltaire, Bradford. Details 0171 630 0121.
John Kippin: Histories of the Imagination Until 4 October. A public artwork for the Rotunda Museum, Scarborough, and Scarborough Castle (01723 374839).
Death, Dying and Disposal Until 2 October. An exhibition at Glasgow School of Art (0141 353 4500).
National Assembly for Wales Until 18 September. An exhibition at the Capitol Shopping Centre, Cardiff.
rsaw Annual Conference & Exhibition Friday 2 October. At the Metropole Hotel, Llandrindod Wells. Details Jon Watkins 01222 874753.
Alvar Aalto Until 22 November. The MoMA retrospective is now at the Palazzo del Te, Mantua. Details 0039 0376 3232266.
Irene Rogan's sculpture, realised with architect David Franklin, is inspired by the description of the Millennium Temple in the Old Testament Book of Ezekiel. It incorporates sheets of a new grade of Perspex. At Angel Row Gallery, 3 Angel Row, Nottingham until 19 September (0115 947 6334).