How about a lovearchitecture festival all of our own? The festival, which finished a week ago in Britain, was run by the royal Commission for the Built Environment, whose aim was to 'bring architecture alive' through a host of activities. 

One of my favourites, the Threshold Architecture Hub, described itself as
a pop up architecture and built environment centre demonstrating how architects and associated creative professionals can adapt, reuse, transform and re-invent the spaces around us, presenting an exhibition and programme of public events on the theme of inhabiting un[der]-used space(s).
Their programme included site-specific installations, exhibitions, workshops, films, and talks - the transcripts of which are published as 'essays' on their website, including this visual essay gem, which has me all inspired for another semester of tutoring. 

Gem Barton