The exhibition work at Haukeland Universitetssykehus is in progress. The exhibition is mainly concentrated in the north-area from Siporex, a building behind "Gamle hovedbygning", through the reception and up to the first floor. The exhibtion will stand longer than first announced, until Tuesday 18. June. Opening hours Friday 14.June: 17:30-20:00 / Saturday 15.- Tuesday 18. June: 10:00-19:00. Welcome!
Kull-25 from Bergen School of Architecture exhibits at Haukeland Universitetssykehus. The exhibition is mainly concentrated in the north-area from Siporex, a building behind "Gamle hovedbygning", through the reception and up to the first floor.
OPENING HOURS:Friday: 17.30-20.00: Opening / Saturday-Monday: 10.00-19.00: Open exhibition
HOW TO GET HERE:Bus 2, 3, 12, 20, 25.
Dette var ei særs sørjeleg melding, om ei tragisk hending. Alle som har gjennomført 5 år ved BAS, høyrer nære til i BAS-familien, og dei fyrst uteksaminerte har ei særstilling. Me vil uttrykka vår sorg over denne altfor tidlege bortgangen, og helsa kona og familien hans i medkjensle. Les minneordet fra Svein Hatløy, tidlegare rektor og grunnleggjar av BAS.
The spring master course Bjaanes NatureCulturePark will conclude their studies with end of term reviews and ad-hoc exhibitions in the WhiteBox on the 6th and 7th of June 2013, both days 9:30 - 17:30. Everybody is welcome. Formal cross-course presentations will be on the 11th of June. Further info on the course blog: http://bjnatcultpark.blogspot.no/
OSKAR HANSEN – OPENING MODERNISM is the first international conference devoted to the oeuvre of Oskar Hansen (1922-2005), architect, artist and educator affiliated with the milieu of Team 10, which acquired seminal importance to post-war modernist architecture. Gathering outstanding researchers in art and architecture history, the conference provides a platform to investigate anew selected aspects of Hansen’s practice – position it among the work of other Central-Eastern European architects connected with Team 10; discuss designs that merge architecture and the media; and last but not least, depart from investigations into his teaching activity at Warsaw’s Academy of Fine Arts in order to enquire if a Hansen’s tradition exists in visual arts