Location: Online, hosted by RSUA using Microsoft Teams
Date: 05 February 2021
Duration: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
If you’ve ever wondered about what lessons we can learn from Scandinavian architecture and design then grab a kaffe and join us for this hour-long presentation from two people who have been to study it first hand. Both are recipients of the Alan Barnes Travel Scholarship which allows final year undergraduates to experience architecture on a journey of discovery, enlightenment and adventure.
When and where?
At 2pm on Friday 5 February, two past recipients of the scholarship, Eryn McQuillan and Chris McKernan will deliver a joint presentation on their respective travels in 2018 and in 2019.
In 2018, Eryn was awarded a scholarship which enabled her to travel 2500km through Norway’s scenic landscapes. Chris McKernan was awarded a scholarship in 2019 for his trip from Denmark to the east of Sweden where he visited influential feats of architecture which illustrate the use of Nordic light.
Attending the event
You do not need to register your attendance at the event, just click the link below around 5 minutes before the event start time:
More about the Alan Barnes Travel Scholarship and how to apply
The scholarship is open to any student who was educated through the post-primary education system in Northern Ireland, who studies at a recognised School of Architecture in England, Wales, Scotland, or anywhere in Ireland, and who is currently in their third year. The scholarship is a minimum of £500 but could be as much as £1,000 depending on the nature of the proposed trip and will be given to the student who would make the most of it. You can find out more about the scholarship and how to apply here.