© Jane Hall
19 February 2014
by Hannah Burgess
At a special event organised in partnership with the Royal College of Art, our first Lina Bo Bardi Fellow Jane Hall will present her research, following a 6 week trip to 5 Brazilian cities at the end of 2013. This event will especially benefit those planning to apply for the Fellowship in 2014, as an opportunity to ask questions about the fellowship and Jane’s experiences.
Lina Bo Bardi: 'Fact or Fiction'
A presentation by Jane Hall, Lina Bo Bardi Fellow 2013
Tuesday 18 March 2014
Lecture Theatre 1, Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU
Followed by a panel discussion with:
- Vicky Richardson - Director, Architecture Design Fashion, British Council
- Prof. Susannah Hagan - Head of Research, School of Architecture, RCA
- Dann Jessen - East Architecture
Tickets are free but registration is required. Please book your ticket here.
The Lina Bo Bardi Fellowship is a 4-year programme run by the British Council that gives architects and designers based in the UK the opportunity to travel and explore first-hand the work and legacy of Lina Bo Bardi and related architects and designers in Brazil.
Jane’s research focussed on Lina Bo Bardi's influence on contemporary architecture education and practice in Brazil today, and through this process uncovered a wider set of interesting questions about the changing legacy of Lina in Brazilian memory. As well as visiting a number of Lina’s buildings and cultural projects, gathered information from archives, and met with some of Brazil's most prominent architects, filming a series of interviews with these and different young practices and students.
This event will include a short screening of these interviews as part of Jane's research presentation, followed by a panel discussion exploring her findings.