20th June 2005
ARCHITECTURE MEETS JAZZ AND DANCE AT UNIVERSITY
event at the
Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has organised three events in
The trio of events kicks off at the Lincoln School of Architecture on Thursday 23rd June, where planners will describe the future development of the university campus and visitors will be entertained by live jazz and jazz dance.
The events aim to encourage people, in a fun and informative way, to look at buildings in their community through fresh eyes.
Music will be provided by the Dave O’Higgins Biggish Band while the JazzCotech Dancers will be providing the dance.
“This change, taking place in a city with a world-renowned architectural and historical heritage, inevitably results in new buildings. It is important that both those who influence the design of the built environment and those who use it appreciate examples of good practice and high quality.”
The university’s team of architects will give a presentation on proposals to turn the former railway engine sheds into a student centre and a centre for performing arts.
is free with a ticket obtainable from Zoe Harmston on
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Jez Ashberry, Press and Media Relations Manager
01522 886042 firstname.lastname@example.org
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