The Bartlett Together Festival
Bartlett Together is a series of interactive events that bring our student community together to engage in thought-provoking ideas, debate, and insights on a range of vital topics, including climate change, post-pandemic cities, and social inclusivity in the built environment. Each event is hosted by our world-leading academics from Departments and Institutes within The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment.
The Bartlett Together Festival is underpinned by our Commitment To Change: our manifesto of 12 commitments to build a better future, together. Dean Christoph Lindner will open the festival with a special session exploring the Commitment To Change, and what it means for our student community.
- Bartlett Together Festival 2022
Taking place on 26-29 September, the Bartlett Together Festival 2022 held sessions exploring Building for Tomorrow, Overcoming our Addiction to Growth and Climate Action: A Space of Waste.
- Bartlett Together Festival 2021
Taking place on 27 September - 1 October 2021, the Bartlett Together Festival 2021 explored everything from The Bartlett's commitment to change, its woodland and timber-based creative centre at Flimwell Park, the pursuit of clean air, Pop-up healthcare, and the New York High Line effect.
- Bartlett Together: February 2021 Celebration
Taking place on 17 February 2021, the Bartlett Together: 2021 Celebration explored our hopes and ambitions for the built environment in 2021, visions for sustainable and equitable futures that our community can create, and ways to foster wellbeing in the year to come.
- Bartlett Together Festival 2020
This week long festival explored climate change, post-pandemic cities, and social inclusivity in the built environment, culminating in a debate on 'What is the Future of the Past? Architectural History in a Global Frame'. Recordings of all the events that took place are available.