Because sometimes exhibitions are simply not enough…
Much like a building is not the only solution to an architectural problem, exhibitions are not the only way to broadly disseminate architecture knowledge and engage a general public. Therefore, the organization of public programs that can further the ambitions of our curatorial activities is also a priority for the CRC, as we aim that our exhibitions initiate rather than conclude conversations.
Effectively, our approach to engaging a broad audience knows no limits, only those of imagination and ingenuity. From traditional lectures to social media campaigns, from public workshops to bicycle tours, at the CRC we believe that to achieve our goal of making architecture knowledge accessible and available to everyone, architecture discussion should be allowed to (also) emerge in the most unexpected places. By taking the conversation beyond the gallery, we strive to encourage participation and democratization, so as to go beyond the conventional monologue orchestrated by exhibitions and instead develop a true dialogue with architecture’s public.