Public Lectures


SEA Conversations is a fortnightly lecture series set up to establish a dialogue on contemporary issues and practices around the built and cultural environment. SEA invites imminent practitioners from various disciplines to engage with the students and the community at large. A single 4-month semester session is planned for 8 lectures, thus, an annual cycle may have 16 SEA City Conversations. These sessions may be curated around focused thematics in order to explore a subject through the lecture series. Alternatively, the conversations may be strung along the research verticals of the school. Typically, conversations are structured as hour-long presentations by invited speakers followed by moderated discussions and audience questions and answers. However, SEA Conversations are open to explore formats such as performance-discussions, panel discussions, book openings, debates, and so on.




2019
Winter

2019
Monsoon

2018
Winter

2018
Monsoon


2017
Winter

2017
Monsoon

2016
Winter

2016
Monsoon


2015
Winter

2015
Monsoon

2014
Winter

2014
Monsoon


 

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