Architecture of Change

Forthcoming events

ASSEMBLE In Conversation with DCSDC

6.30pm, July 3rd

Join Assemble member Amica Dall and Assemble collaborator Eddie Nuttal as they are joined in conversation with members of Derry City & Strabane District Council: Economic Development Officer (Regeneration & Planning) Tony Monaghan, Parks Development Manager Colin Kennedy, and Play Development Officer Helen Turton to discuss past and future plans for Derry City.

This event is free but please reserve a place by emailing to book today


Family Workshop 

Saturday 7th July

2-3pm ages 4+

3-4pm ages 8+

Join artist facilitator Karen Cassidy on a tour of Architecture of Change.

Kids and adults are invited to swing, climb, crawl, and draw their future Derry!

To begin each session, Karen will give a tour of the exhibition so we ask that all participants are in the gallery by 2pm and 3pm.

Please email to book today. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Tea and buscuits provided


Public Tour

3pm, Saturday 14th July

Explore 'Architecture of Change' with Gallery Coordinator Stephanie Gaumond.

Please email to book today.



Opening events


Join us for the opening events of Architecture of Change on May 26th 

10am- 1pm  Amanda Moström ‘Inflatables Workshop’ 

Artist Amanda Moström will hold an Inflatables family workshop. Inflatables have been used as a tool for artist and design collectives in numerous ways. It functions as a cheap and impressive foundation to make space. The artist will activate the gallery space by discussing city planning and sculpture, welcoming play and participation. 

Please note - this workshop is for 7+ only and children must be accompanied by an adult.

Spaces are limited. Please email to register

4pm  Artists Tanad Williams I Andreas Kinder von Knoblach I Tom Watt will discuss their site-specific installation for Architecture of Change 

4.40pm Gerald Mills, Physical Geographer at UCD, Dublin 

‘The Value of Trees in Cities’ 

5.20pm  Ralf Alwani 

‘Our Future Foyle Project’ – Building on Myths and Foundations to design contextual and cultural responses to health and wellbeing problems in an urban landscape.

After his talk, join Ralf Alwani on a walking tour of a series of pop ups on the peace bridge. The exhibition contains a series of cubes which will display individual and group responses to ‘what does the river mean to you’. This work will be used as an important study into how architecture can support health and well being concepts.

7 – 8.30pm  Opening of Architecture of Change


Directors Tour – 1pm, 27th June

Join Void's Director Mary Cremin on a tour of Architecture of Change