The EASA gathering will be held this summer in Kragujevac, on the territory of the Rector’s Arsenal, in the period from August 1 to 15. All potential tutors are invited to register their workshop. The deadline for registration of workshops is Tuesday, June 15 at 23:59 (GMT + 2).
EASA (European Architecture Students’ Assembly) is the largest independent, decentralized and non-profit European network of architecture students and young professionals created to provide a platform for cultural and educational exchange in the field of architecture. The main event is a two-week gathering held every summer in another European country. During the first half of August, about 150-200 architecture students and young professionals from all over Europe will join Kragujevac.
Dream Dune Workshop; EASA Not Yet Decided, Nida, Lithuania, 2016 (Photo: Alexandra Kononchenko)
EASA is manifested in the first place through workshops conceived in relation to the local context and the main topic of the conference this year is Reality. The workshops define the dynamics of the whole event and provide an opportunity for young architects and students to experiment and test their skills and knowledge on site. Tutors suggest and lead workshops during the meeting.
Potential tutors are invited to suggest a workshop. Details on workshop registration, location, topic and EASA in general can be found in the official brochure “Workshop Pack“.
Group picture of meeting participants; RE: EASA, Rijeka, Croatia, 2018 (Photo: Alexandra Kononchenko)
The project can be supported through sponsorship, partnership or through crowdfunding-a. The event can be supported financially, but also through materials, food products, etc. The organizers and participants of the event are volunteers, who do not make any profit.
For all questions related to registration of workshops, project support, involvement in the organization, you can send a message via EASA Serbia Facebook page or e-mail address [email protected]
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