Day two of the festival focuses on how Aarhus School of Architecture can act locally as an educational institution, a knowledge producer and a creative powerhouse in the city. Through talks with actors from the cultural scene, construction professionals, practising architects and politicians, the architecture festival seeks to outline specific paths forward for the profession, the city and the educational programme.
Among others you will meet Bjarke Ingels, Anne Mette Boye, Rune Kilden, Lars Juel Thiis, Ellen Braae, Marianne Krogh, Signe Kongebro, Emmy Laura Perez Fjalland, Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen, Flemming Rafn, Aysha Amin, Sarah Jarsbo, Tom Nielsen, Keld Albrechtsen, Ricelli Laplace Recende and Mette Tony. Opening is concluded with the TIME100 List 2021 most influential architect shaping the future generations, Sumayya Vally from the South African studio Counterspace.
Both days also feature performances, films, readings, guided tours and rich opportunity for networking in a festive setting.
Invitees include leading architects, researchers and, of course, the 700 students at Aarhus School of Architecture.