The Bartlett School of Architecture


Mind to share? – Student-led workshops

21 January 2019–18 March 2019, 6:30 pm–8:30 pm


A series of meetings for students, thinkers and practitioners to contribute ideas and engage in discussion.

This event is free.

Event Information

Open to

UCL staff | UCL students




Miriam Stoney


1.01 (Level 1 landing)
The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment
22 Gordon Street


This series of four meetings will offer the opportunity for students, thinkers and practitioners to contribute their ideas for research, artistic projects and activisms in a platform of discussion around themes of interdisciplinary exchange.

The meetings are intended to be informal but rigorous, non-judgmental but constructive. The intended audience includes Master’s students who are unsure about their choice of dissertation topics, or PhD candidates curious about the paths their research could take. Additionally artists, designers, filmmakers and activists from across UCL are all welcome.

This is an opportunity to present ideas and works in progress, even in their most skeletal forms, with feedback from peers who are intellectually curious and creatively generous. Here are some themes to be considered as a starting point: 

  • Abstractions symbols 
  • Truth 
  • Geopolitics 
  • Ecology
  • Future 
  • Subjectivities 
  • Technologies 
  • Relations 
  • Health 
  • Bodies 
  • Fashions 
  • Identities 
  • Explosions 
  • Justice


The meetings will take place between 18:30 – 20:30 on the following dates:

  • 21 January
  • 4 February
  • 25 February
  • 18 March

Call for ideas 

If you have something brewing that you would like to present, please compose a few sentences to introduce your thoughts. 

Please state which date(s) would suit you best and they will be accommodated as much as possible.

The programme for the next term is being shaped - so please get in touch sooner rather than later.


All our event spaces are accessible. For any additional support or information, please email or call 020 3108 7337.

Image: Bracha L. Ettinger. Eurydice The Graces Medusa. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license.