The programme for AA XX 100 is currently being developed by a team of AA staff, students, graduates and leading architects and scholars in architectural design and history. If you would like to get involved in the project please email us at email@example.com.
Part of AA XX 100 is focused on collecting as much archival material about AA women as possible. If you have studied at the AA, taught at the AA or worked at the AA, or know someone who has, please submit information using this form. This information will be held in digital form and used for research on AA women. It may be retained as part of the AA Archives of use in research, publication, education, lectures, broadcasting and the internet.
By submitting this material, you will automatically give permission for the copyright of this material to be assigned to the Architectural Association for use in any and all media. Please note, this does not affect your moral right to be identified as the â€˜authorâ€™ in accordance with the Copyright, Design and Patents Act, 1988.
If you do not wish to assign your copyright to the Architectural Association, or you wish to limit public access to your contribution (or specified sections of your contribution) for a period of years, please contact us.
If you have any drawings from your student days that you would like to donate to the AA Archives, please contact AA Archivist, Ed Bottoms, firstname.lastname@example.org.