Join the Liverpool Architectural Society for an interactive discussion around the mental health and wellbeing of those working in and studying architecture.
This event will provide an opportunity for an open discussion around the current working conditions for students, academics, and practitioners in architecture.
This interactive event will allow attendees to answer questions anonymously using their mobile during the event. Analysis from the responses will be used to tailor the discussion and provide real-time data during the event.
The discussion aims to highlight the resources available to the architectural community and the potential actions people can take, particularly in practice, to gain better health and wellbeing.
The panel will welcome representatives from the two local Liverpool universities - Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) and University of Liverpool - as well as local practicing architects and a representative from the Architectural Benevolence Society. Names to be confirmed.
5.30pm - doors open
6pm - event begins
7.30pm - Q+A session
8pm - event ends
Ground floor lecture room 1 can be accessed through the main entrance, which is level access.
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The event is organised jointly by Liverpool Architectural Society and Liverpool Architecture Foundation.
The event is supported by RIBA North West and funded by the RIBA Local Initiative Fund.