Review

EXHIBITIONS l Architectonics, from 18 July to 11 August, showcases work from the Manchester Jeweller’s Network, drawing inspiration from the city’s architecture. Venue: Renew Rooms, RIBA Gallery, 82 Wood Street, Liverpool L1 4DQ. Details: www.manchesterje

EXHIBITIONS


Architectonics, from 18 July to 11 August, showcases work from the Manchester Jeweller’s Network, drawing inspiration from the city’s architecture.


Venue: Renew Rooms, RIBA Gallery, 82 Wood Street, Liverpool L1 4DQ.


Details: www.manchesterjewellersnetwork.co.uk.


Jerwood Applied Arts Prize 2005 Metal, until 28 August, showcases gold, silver, iron and steel work from the eight who made the shortlist last year.


Venue: The Harley Gallery, Welbeck, Nottinghamshire S80 3LW.


Details: www.harleygallery.co.uk.


Generation KKK: Passing the Torch runs from 2 August to 28 October. Photojournalist James Edward Bates examines the indoctrination of young children into the Ku Klux Klan through his eight-year-long documentation.


Venue: West India Quay, Hertsmere Road, London E14.


Details: www.ssrobin.org.


EVENT


Film 06, a five-day typographic workshop, covering poster design, film and other applications, led by CDT Design’s Christian Altman, from 31 July to 4 August, is aimed at both professionals and students.


Venue: Ravensbourne College of Art & Design, Walden Road, Chislehurst, Kent BR7 5SN.


Details: m.osullivan@rave.ac.uk.


TALK


Renewable Types and the Urban Plan, on 2 August, architects Chris Lee and Sam Jacoby discuss how to cross the divide between architectural camps and argue its necessity in the future development of cities.


Venue: Barbican Art Gallery, Silk Street, London EC2.


Details: www.barbican.org.uk.

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