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Exploring architecture: Wide-Angle View exhibition curator tour

An exclusive tour of the Wide-Angle View exhibition with RIBA Photographs Curator, Valeria Carullo. Explore the exhibition on the Architectural Review's ground-breaking exploration of architecture’s impact on society. For over 55's.

Join RIBA Photograph Collection Curator, Valeria Carullo for a tour of Wide-Angle View exhibition - the ground-breaking exhibition on the Architectural Review's Manplan series exploring architecture’s impact on society.

This event is for anyone aged 55 or over that has an interest in discovering more about architecture.

After the enriching tour, attendees can unwind and mingle over refreshments in the inviting ambiance of the Clore Learning Centre, fostering connections and exchanging perspectives with fellow enthusiasts. Don't miss this chance to broaden your horizons and embark on a journey through the captivating landscape of architectural exploration.

About the Exploring architecture series

Exploring architecture is a monthly free event at 66 Portland Place, usually on the first of the month based in the Clore Learning Centre. Each month will take a different format, including tours, creative activities and special insights into the RIBA Collections with an opportunity to socialise.

About the RIBA Collections

The Royal Institute of British Architects cares for one of the largest and most wide-ranging architectural collections in the world. With over four million items, together the RIBA Collections represents a unique body of knowledge that is rich and global in scope.

Find out more about upcoming RIBA Learning workshops, tours, and more for adults.