As part of the RIAS COP26 events we are creating and hosting an exhibition which will highlight climate related flooding issues as well as showcase projects and engaging with the public to show how architects think about, and can help address climate change.
The ASA COP exhibition will include coastal walking routes from around the chapter, highlighting vulnerable coastal areas as well as significant historic buildings, and examples of environmentally conscious projects.
The initial exhibition at Hy Pop up shop on Allardice Street, Stonehaven will run from the 11th-15th October from 10:00-16:00 daily.
There will be a shopfront display including links to the RIAS COP website and details on how architects can help mitigate the impact of climate change.
The exhibition will also be open until 20:00 on Thursday 14th October to give an opportunity for Chapter members to attend the exhibition out of office hours, with refreshments provided.
Volunteers to help host the pop up shop through the day are very welcome (encouraged).
Get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved. Any amount of time you can spare would be appreciated.
As part of the ASA COP 26 exhibition we are inviting local chapter members (architects and students) to provide a piece of art to be displayed at the exhibition.
The brief this year is ‘COASTAL‘ and the work has to be A5 (portrait or landscape). The piece can be any medium, on any material…It’s up to you.
We’ve seen lots of variety in previous years, from pencil and paint, to collage, digital printing and knitting.
Entries should be delivered to:
FAO Richard Slater
Mill House, Grandholm Crescent
Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB22 8BB