Our three hour online liveStreamed event for Architectural Thesis Students regarding their Thesis Jury, where architects who have been Thesis Jurors will tell you what they expect, and why. This will be followed by a question and answer session.
DURATIONS AND TIMINGS
5pm to 8pm, on Wednesday the 5th Of July, 2017.
2 hours of the talk (LiveStreamed)
1 hour of Questions and Answers (Live/LiveStreamed)
How should you present a Thesis Jury?
Where do you start? What order should you follow? How should you conclude? What is a narrative?
What does the Thesis Juror see?
What is the Juries’ Point of View? What you need to know about the process?
What according to the jurors is the most important parts of a thesis?
What should be mentioned and what should be emphasised on? What are the different points that a jurors looks for in a thesis?
What are some of the basic rules of a good presentation, graphically, and as part of the “narrative”. Models and their necessity.
Make sure you have all of these.
Question and Answer Session.
What we won’t be talking about:
We would like to concentrate on the jury and the presentation itself, rather than design or improvements to the sheets, at this point.
We won’t be covering:
Individual Design Reviews. Checking drawings/sheets/presentations. Short cuts/ Tips and tricks/ ProTips, etc.
- 6th Semester Students of BArch and above. (If you aren’t an architecture student, but think you have the knowledge necessary to follow along, please write to us.)
- No software “tips and tricks” will be discussed. We concentrate on the Architectural Content and nothing else.
- Before each episode, you will be sent an invite link to watch the LiveStream on the registered gmail* account. (Gmail account required)
- If a LiveStream class cannot be attended, we can extend access to you at a later time. (Coordinated with us, and the registered id will be given access for a particular scheduled duration.)
- The course will be LiveStreamed, so a good internet connection (stream will be Full HD 1080p) and a big enough screen to watch it on are a must.
- Knowledge of basic browsing skills such as chatting to ask a question, or altering Stream Quality, may be required.
- Videos of the Lectures will be available up to 4 hours after the stream.