Date: Exhibition postponed - new dates to be confirmed. Please check out our social media channels for Gallery news and activity.Upper Gallery, TheGallery
An exhibition of work by BA (Hons) Architecture and Master of Architecture (MArch). Since 2013, TheGallery has worked with BA (Hons) Architecture students on staging their exhibition. The show is curated by students from our Architecture courses, first beginning as Music Architecture Poole (MAP), it continues as a showcase for professionally curated high-quality architectural student work that demonstrates ideals of ethical, socially conscious designs based in local environments, as championed by the courses.
TheGallery works with courses right across the university on a variety of exhibitions, events and projects. MAP: Future Bionetworks: Architecture and Ecology in Poole is another example of one of these projects that we have worked on with the curators and students. When working on a collaborative project we provide advice and support for the curatorial and technical aspects of the exhibition, as well as advice on event and project management.
TheGallery provides a national and international public platform for the arts within the sub-region as we promote the University’s shared passion for excellence in education, industry and the sector.
BA (Hons) Architecture is the first step towards becoming a creative architect. This degree will help you to prepare for professional practice
(Part 1 ARB/RIBA) and investigate the ways we live in the world through material and spatial relationships. You'll learn the skills that will form the foundation of your career in architecture: making, collaborating, designing and communicating.
Master of Architecture (MArch) is a two-year, studio-based course, is the second part of the three-part qualification in becoming an architect. This design-based professional qualification, accredited by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Architects Registration Board (ARB).
You’ll work alongside fellow makers, collaborators, and enablers who have come from different schools around the world; you’ll have the opportunity to collaborate across the arts. The course philosophy has many connections and develops on from the four key issues identified in the BA (Hons) Architecture (ARB/RIBA part 1).