Brady, Angela (4 of 10)

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  • Recording date

    2013-05-02, 2013-05-13, 2013-10-02, 2013-12-13, 2014-02-05, 2014-10-08

  • Recording locations

    Royal Institute of British Architects, London

  • Interviewees

    Brady, Angela, (speaker, female)

  • Interviewers

    Dillon, Niamh (speaker, female)

  • Abstract

    Part 4:Talks about bartering for skills at college – she would help with the artistic side of projects and others helped with the technology. [00:02:28] Organising a trip to Paris with fellow students to view buildings – mentions retaking exams in the summer. [00:04:44] Talks about the students generally being less well off and materials being expensive: describes her basic drawing tools and drawing boards. AB reflects on how architecture was viewed. [00:09:34] AB on where her colleagues hoped to work after college – where they ended up. [00:11:04] AB on whether people wanted to work in private or public sector – why women often chose the public sector. Most of her class emigrated to either United States or United Kingdom – mentions the Irish network she set up in London in 1983.

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