Public Lecture: Hall McKnight

Tuesday 5 November 6.00pm

Belfast Campus

Talk by architects Ian McKnight and Alastair Hall on their current international design work and the ‘Unique instruments, Expectant Spaces’ installation ( currently installed in the Belfast Campus Foyer)

In association with Ulster University and the British Council Northern Ireland, Unique Instruments, Expectant Spaces has been designed and created by architects, Hall McKnight.  It is currently on display, free of charge, at Ulster University, York Street, Belfast, as part of Belfast International Arts Festival’s Embrace programme of free public and community engagement activities throughout the city.  In 2018, Hall McKnight's work was presented as an ensemble for the prestigious 16th International Architecture Exhibition in Venice, La Biennale di Venezia.

Location

Conor Lecture Theatre, Ulster University, Belfast Campus, York Street, Belfast, BT15 1ED.

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