Alastair Donald, Architecture Programme Manager, British Council gives course lecture.
Alastair manages the British Council’s architecture programme, working internationally to develop exhibitions, festivals and curated programmes of contemporary architecture. He is leading on programming for the British Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale, has overseen strategy and programming for the New British Inventors campaign in Asia, and is currently developing The Open City events programme.
Alastair is also associate director of the Future Cities Project where he convenes the Future Cities Salon, and is a founder member of mantownhuman for whom he co-convenes Critical Subjects, the international architecture and design summer school based in London. He was co-author of Manifesto: Towards a New Humanism in Architecture (2008) which features in Penguin Classics 100 Artists’ Manifestos, and he’s co-editor of The Lure of the City: from slums to suburbs (2011) and The Future of Community: reports of a death greatly exaggerated (2008).
All Architecture Course Lecture Friday 26th February 2016