08 February 2010
International Orange + Rural Studies 
Ben Kelly will give a talk in Glasgow on 5 March alongside a revival (with added Rural Studies) of the International Orange exhibition shown in Kingston in 2008.

Whilst it seems the talk will concentrate the output of Ben Kelly Design, the exhibition, as before, will show off his solo work and collaborations.

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Architecture Friday Lecture Series - Ben Kelly
Hosted by Glasgow School of Art's School of Design
5 March 2010
11am
Glasgow Film Theatre

International Orange & Rural Studies
Mackintosh Gallery
The Glasgow School of Art

6 March – 3 April 2010

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