Urban Education Live Research Symposium hosted at SSoA / 27-30th January 2020 The Sheffield team were very fortunate to host Urban Education Live research partners from Bucharest, Ljubljana and Tampere in late January 2020 – before travel restrictions came into force worldwide due
Pitsmoor Adventure Playground in the City / Tuesday 5 November 2019 Live Works hosted a one day event to explore how the adventure playground can be a place of community, diversity, experimentation and spontaneity. As part of the Festival of
Urban Education Live supported a recent exhibition of student work in a busy supermarket in Sheffield. Architectural design projects by undergraduate and masters students were on show in the Tesco Extra in the residential neighbourhood of Burngreave for a week
The Sheffield School of Architecture (SSoA) and Sheffield Society of Architects (SSA) are delighted to bring the 2017 RIBA President’s Medal exhibition to the city for the very first time. The exhibition will be on display in Live Works from 23 April to 4 May, Monday to Friday 1pm – 6 pm and Saturday 28 April 10 am – 3 pm.
As part of our leading role in the Urban Rooms Network, Live Works has been developing a website to allow members to share ideas across the network and to showcase the activities of individual urban rooms.
You Are Here is running from 25th February – 10th March at Live Works, 18-20 Union St. The exhibition showcases temporary public artworks by Leo Fitzmaurice, OSA and Sans façon, which occupied Sheffield city centre during December 2015.
Live Works hosted ‘What can (not) be done?’ on 17-18th February, a two day event with SSoA Visiting Professors Ana Džokic and Marc Neelen from STEALTH.unlimited. The event focused on those situations where our efforts to reach a “better” urban future – more resilient, sustainable, fair, inspiring – hit the boundaries of what is achievable, permissible or generally accepted.
You Are Here is an interdisciplinary project, consisting of new temporary public art works, a one day symposium, and exhibition, to explore future ways of working collaboratively across the fields of art and architecture.
Sheffield School of Architecture’s ‘Studio In Residence’ will be working from Live Works until June 2016. The group of master’s students are undertaking design projects based around the Castlegate area of Sheffield.
During October, Sheffield School of Architecture Live Project group arranged free creative walks around Sheffield through the eyes of John Ruskin, encouraging members of the public to think about where they see wealth in the city.