You are welcome to join us at at a private view on 4 May from 18:30 until 20:30 of:
Archaelogy’s Places and Contemporary Uses: An Exhibition
at Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design (MIRIAD!)
Manchester Metropolitan University Righton Building, Cavendish Street, All Saints, Manchester
The exhibition is on from 4 May to 14 May 2010.
This collaborative project was funded by a grant from the Lifelong Learning, Erasmus Intensive Programme and it started with a two-week international student design workshop in the early autumn of 2009 involving students from Continuity in Architecture Manchester, Venice, Barcelona and Catania. The workshop proposals were then exhibited at a conference at the IUAV in November 2009 before reaching Manchester this week. The design workshop was based in Venice and the students and their tutors (including Sally Stone and Eamonn Canniffe of CiA) lived in the city for the two week period. The results of the workshop, and a compilation of papers written by the lecturers who were directly involved in the project will be published in May 2010.