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.
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