Have your say in planning the next ARLIS conference – deadline soon

Planning is now underway for the next ARLIS UK & Ireland Conference, to be held in London at The Architectural Association on the 26th and 27th of July 2018.
ARLIS London w dates logo and venue

Would you like to be part of the team planning and organising the conference? There are a variety of roles and responsibilities, including helping to organise and select the programme, working with sponsorship, advertising, website and social media and assisting speakers and delegates during the event. This is your chance to say what you do and don’t want the next conference to be like.

While some specific roles will be assigned, all members of the Conference Working Party will contribute to the overall development of the conference. You’ll need to be available to attend most planning meetings (approximately once every two months) and commit to some additional time. We recognise that this voluntary work must be fitted around everyone’s increasingly onerous work commitments, so will endeavour to make this as minimal as possible.

Please send a brief statement (not more than 200 words) of why and how you want to be involved as well as a short bio or current CV to arlislondon2018@gmail.com. We’re particularly keen to have involvement from individuals at a variety of career stages, including current students and early career workers.  

The deadline for letting us know you’d like to get involved is Sunday 20th August. Please forward to anyone else you think might be interested.

There will be a separate call for papers and sessions announced at a later date.

Please do get in touch with any questions.

Best,
Nick and the 2018 ARLIS Conference Working Party.

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