Find out about our past events and see participants feedback.
For forthcoming events see our What's Happening section.
A showcase of work produced during year one of a two-year project devised to encourage young people to navigate, describe, record and celebrate their local built heritage.
An opportunity for representatives from community groups and organizations to meet academic staff and postgraduate researchers from across the University to find out more about each other and explore possibilities for collaborative research on any topic.
Newcastle's only Botanic Garden is in danger of being lost - a public forum is being held to try to find a way forward.
The event will explore revivalism, tradition, historicism, retro, and nostalgia in architecture, design, and art from 1800 to the present.
Part of RIBA's programme of talks, exploring RIBA Award winning buildings in the North of England.
Would you like to be an Urban Pioneer? Join Middlesbrough Council and the HCA in envisaging the future development of Middlehaven.
The theme of The Glass-House Debate Series 2012/13 in partnership with The Academy of Urbanism is Putting People in their Place
Are you interested in building your own home? Would you like to work with others as part of a group and build your own home? Are you curious to know what self-build or cooperative housing really means?
Join the Heritage Skills Initiative for this FREE day long event which will look at the importance of the character of an historic area
GURU 10th Anniversary celebration lecture. The Public Lecture Series from The School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape at Newcastle University, showcasing inspiring speakers currently researching, writing or practicing within the built environment and related fields.