TALK20 |3| !!

The Department of Architecture and Design at the American University of Beirut is pleased to invite you to the third edition of TALK20 Beirut on Friday March 27, 2009 at 6:30 pm.


Hostler Auditorium [Charles Hostler Center], Lower Campus, Sea Gate, AUB [Please note that entry to campus is accessible from the Main Gate, Bliss Street or the Hostler Center Gate Corniche]

TALK20 is not a lecture but a gathering, an open forum for the dissemination of ideas in art, architecture and design. Produced in cities around the world, it seeks to spark a conversation across ideological, geographic, and disciplinary boundaries. It is an event that encourages exposure to work being currently done by designers/artists/musicians within Beirut. TALK20 happens in the form of an informal gathering, and begins with a series of short presentations 20 slides per 20 seconds each , selected and narrated by a hybrid panel of students, educators and professionals working the across the design and art fields. The presenters for this third edition include:

Karim Najjar (ARD faculty/ Najjar & Najjar Architects)
Katrine Holmfeld + Mirene Arsanios (Ashkal Alwan association)
Lamia Joreige (video artist / Beirut Art Center founder)
Joey Abu Jawdeh + Anthony Khoury (4th year architecture students)
Bernard Mallat (ARD faculty/architect)
Jade (musician/ DJ/ the Basement)

Maha Issa + Gamar Markarian (landscape architects / atelier Hamra)
Milia Maroun (fashion designer)
India x20 (photo journal / ARD group)
Salma Mousfi (musician/vocalist)
Lina Ghaibeh (ARD faculty / animation artist) + May Ghaibeh (graphic designer)
Raed Abillama (architect / RAA)

Live music by Mashrou3 Leila featuring Salma Mousfi starting at 6:00 pm

Presented by Carla Aramouny (ArD Faculty), Haig Papazian, Bassem Chahwan (architecture students)

Drinks, snacks, music, and compelling ideas

[Please note that entry to campus is accessible from the Main Gate, Bliss Street, and from the corniche, through the Hostler center gate – parking spaces might be more available around Bliss Street]


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