FemArk - women in the public sphere of architecture #5
1432 København K
FemArk is a feminist group of students from Instistut for Bygningskunst og Kultur at KADK, that wants to influence the school and the students with diversity and equality by fronting inspiring female rolemodels and their work in the field of architecture: How can we as women get more space to be seen, participate and discuss our role in the public sphere of architecture?
FemArk have invited five inspiring women to talk about their line of work, career and perspectives on the business to gain focus on how it is to work with architecture as a woman, with the aim to make our own role models. The series will be held five times during the fall at Vandflyverhangaren.
5th of December: Ellen Braae (Aarhus Scool of Architecture)
Architect and landscape architect from the Aarhus School of Architecture, where she also got her PhD. She is professor of landscape architecture theory and method and head of the research group ‘Landscape Architecture and -Urbanism’. Ellen has several years of practice experience, including her own office.
This lecture is public and will be held in Danish in the Glass Box.