Architecture Fringe

Online and Offline AF2021

The Architecture Fringe 2021 opens tonight with a live broadcast from SWG3 in Glasgow. The online and offline event will have live interviews, programme highlights and chat with artists including Rebecca Davies and Anna Francis.

Here are some of the upcoming events

Architecture Fringe 2021 Opening

Live from SWG3 in Glasgow to celebrate the launch of the festival’s fifth edition with live interviews, programme highlights, and more.

Thursday 03 June, 7 pm-8 pm BST


Architecture Fringe

Homelands – (Un)Learning from Indigenous Worldviews
with Indrani Sigamany, Magnus Davidson, Vivien Sansour
Chaired by Miriam Hillawi Abraham

By (un)learning from indigenous land stewardship – in this case in Scotland, India, and Palestine – this event will explore ecological principles of interconnectedness and how we might develop holistic strategies for land use and care in the 21st Century.

Saturday 05 June, 10am-12pm BST

Architecture Fringe

Floi by
Imposters, at Concrete Block Gallery, Edinburgh

Floi is an immersive audio installation that explores the relationship between Scotland’s climate change policies and the real ecosystems that are affected namely Scotland’s extremely important peatlands.

Concrete Block Gallery, Friday 04 June to Friday 11th June 11 am-7 pm BST


Architecture FringePower Structures curated by
Francisco Ibáñez Hantke and Luke O’Donovan, at Many Studios, Glasgow

Power Structures is a new international photographic exhibition curated by Francisco Ibáñez Hantke and Luke O’Donovan which focuses on the ways in which socio-economic and political structures shape the built environment.

Many Studios, Saturday 05 June & Sunday 06 June, 11 am-6 pm BST

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Architecture Fringe



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