Erik van den Berg
The Education Committee of AnArchi concerns itself with the architecture master education. One of our activities is the evaluating of the architecture courses. We distribute feedback forms, talk to students and have a conversation with the teachers about the course. This means that as a member, you can share the opinion of the students with the teachers and help to make sure our education stays up to the standards. Next to this the education committee always keeps an eye out for problems students might have and strives to help solve issues if they might occur. The committee meets once every two weeks and the workload is about an hour every two weeks.
Nick van Garderen
Merel van Hooren
Archiprint is the journal of AnArchi which is edited by Archiprint committeee. Archiprint explores the current architectural polemic and strives to contribute to this debate. Every year two issues are launched, one around April and the other around October. Within Archiprint you can be an editor, responsible for the layout or editor-in-chief. As editor you set up the theme, contact writers, edit articles and it is possible to write an article. Being editor it can help in developing your writing skills, communication skills, contacts and knowledge about architecture. The responsible for the layout is also concerned within the editors process on where the editor-in-chief keeps an overview on the content.
Annemieke van Harten
Bob van der Vleugel
The Activity Committee organizes all kinds of architecture related activities for AnArchi members. Examples are multi-day excursions, ArchitecTOURs (city visits), tastings, lectures and of course the famous Project Hopping, but new initiatives are always welcome! Besides having a lot of fun during the activities, you will learn a lot about architecture as well.
Study Trip committee
Willem Brendan Klok (VIA)
The study trip committee is a collaboration between AnArchi and VIA Urbanism. This committee strives to set up a multi-day study trip to a country abroad. During these days the accompanying students will be taken around the cities and it’s most important buildings and urban plans.
The committee meets once a week. The workload for this committee is about 2 to 3 hours per week, consisting of a committee meeting and personal research into the location. Besides being a very fun and rewarding committee, you will develop skills regarding contact with companies abroad and planning skills in general. The committee bears full responsibility for the trip, from planning to traveling and promoting.
Already ten years have past since our study association came into existence! This second lustrum is certainly worth the celebration and the lustrum committee is more than willing to make this possible. Until now the committee has organized a ‘battle of the boards’, an alumni-diner, a pubquiz, a symposium and a gala during the month of our Dies Natalis. At the moment the committee has retreated behind the screens to put all their effort in the creation of a Lustrum book, covering the past 5 years of AnArchi history. Curious? Keep it that way!