A Brief History of Brutalism at the Barbican

A Brief History of Brutalism at the Barbican

Developed in association with Barbican, this online evening course provides an engaging and critical introduction to Brutalist architecture through the iconic and groundbreaking design of the Barbican. Learn about the origins of the style, its unique relationship with Britain and its enduring impact on architecture and design.

The course will be led by Jon Astbury, Assistant Curator, Architecture & Design, Barbican Art Gallery. We will also be joined by Elain Harwood and Frank Woods for a Q&A session.

Dates: Wednesday evenings on 27 January, 3, 10, 17, 24 February and 3 March 2021
Times: 7-8.30pm, GMT (17 Feb 7-9pm, GMT)
Venue: Zoom

More information and booking: https://bit.ly/IntroToBrutalism

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