Get ready for our second round of Bartlett staff and students showing off about their work!
Last time we had opening act Tiphaine Bardon from The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies (BSGS) solve a CSI-type mystery of the Mona Lisa’s new beard, followed by CASA’s Pete Ferguson who took his inspiration from Ricky Gervais’s ‘The Office’ to share where to look most useful in your office.
Professor Murray Fraser from the School of Architecture presented the work being done in Palestine by architects, and after a short interval, BSGS’s Ben Croxford highlighted the importance of building better insulated homes, and together with Faye Wade and Craig Robertson from the UCL Energy Institute, the crowd enjoyed some Bruce Forsyth inspired ‘play your buildings right’ to find out how energy efficient buildings really are.
Rounding off the evening, Katherine Curran from the Centre for Sustainable Heritage described the terrible fate of Tropical Ken in the research of plastic composition in magnificent poetic style, and Martin Austwick of CASA finished the night with a song about a Boris bike’s adventures around London.
In 2013 we are looking for some more awesome acts to take to the stage at the Elixir Bar in Camden and strut their stuff in front of an all Bartlett audience.
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Compering this event we have:
Ella Murray a palaeoanthropologist at UCL and regular Science Showoff performer
Our acts for this event so far (in no particular order) are:
Hannah Fry, CASA Lecturer
Mike Fell, Enery Institute PhD student
Ollie Palmer, School of Architecture Tutor
Josep Grau-Bove, School of Graduate Studies PhD student
Michael Hebbert, School of Planning Professor
When & Where
UCL's Faculty of the Built Environment