MULTISTORY* Guest Lecture
Rosie Strickland

Thursday 18 March 2021
6 PM

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Rosie Strickland is a campaign strategist, designer and art director. Her design consultancy Disobedient Design supports organisations and groups to design systemic interventions for social and ecological justice. Rosie is a self-taught graphic designer, with a background in designing direct actions for Greenpeace. She started her career at the Centre for Alternative Technology where she developed a passion for sustainable architecture as well as hands-on building skills. Rosie designs strategic interventions that cut-through public space, often by changing the way we see and experience the built environment. Rosie is a passionate advocate for design as a driving force for social change. She studied a BA in Comparative Literature (2008), and MA Design: Expanded Practice (2018) at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Her downtime is spent doing DIY on her narrowboat on the River Lea in East London.

MULTISTORY* is a student and alumni led guest lecture programme series at Canterbury School of Architecture, University for the Creative Arts, seeking to invite architects, designers, writers, curators, photographers and artists to speak about their work.

CHANGES:CLIMATE - What is being done across the industry to stem the tide of the climate crisis? How is a creative arts institution such as ours best equipped to address the most pressing issue of our age? The The series will explore climate action through design, technology and community, and discuss what needs to change to make the biggest difference.

MULTISTORY* lectures run from 1800 – 1900 on Thursday evenings in the Architecture Foyer at UCA Canterbury, unless otherwise stated. Details for each event are posted here in advance. Follow us on twitter to keep up to date on additions to the programme.

MULTISTORY* is free and open to all.