Lunchtime Lectures: Creative Practices in Education and Interior DesignWith the University of Chester Running from
Last event: Tuesday 21 June at 11.30am
- Free (drop in)
- Garret Theatre
Presented by Neuza Morais
Lecturer in creative practices in education and interior design
We will be discussing informal learning and co-constructive methodology, as well as architecture and places (like Storyhouse) that hold a community, and promote space(s) for shared knowledge, partnership and collaboration.
I will share my personal journey and reflections on how my story and origins affect, shape and inform my practice; and explore my sense of urgency to rethink our cities and the relationship between people and architecture. Referencing thinkers like Illich and Bourdieu and creating metaphors between Education and the Built Environment. Finally, I will present Kitaya, a project I founded last year, and share with you our vision, mission, and values and how we link it with education, research, community, design and sustainability.
Lunchtime Lectures is a collaboration between Storyhouse and the University of Chester, providing an open platform for debate on a range of topics and fascinating subjects.
They take place on the third Tuesday of each month.
Our Lunchtime Lectures are videoed and archived for future viewing, by attending you give permission for us to do so – thanks!
Approx 60 mins