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Transform - altering the future of architecture

posted 05.13 in events.

Transform

If architecture was more inclusive would it also be in a stronger position? Parlour and the University of Melbourne invite you to participate in a day of discussion and debate about gender, agency and remaking the profession. Architecture is in...

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Workplace 1: The Inclusive Workplace

posted 08.12 in events.

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What is an inclusive workplace? Why does it matter? What are the advantages and opportunities? How do you build a genuinely inclusive and diverse workplace? There is now a substantial body of research showing that well-managed, diverse teams are...

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Modernism, art and architecture

posted 05.12 in events.

Narelle Jubelin: Vision in Motion teases out some of the historical and theoretical intersections underpinning contemporary art’s engagement with modernist architectural discourses. Join Vision in Motion guest curator Ann Stephen, who will discuss...

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Talking Homes - Karen Burns

posted 12.11 in resources.

Dr Karen Burns discusses the home, the house, and housing. Touching on TV’s The Block, Ikea, homelessness, and the work of Simon Anderson in Perth, the video of this brief Melbourne Architecture Annual session in 2011 is worth watching. 11...

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Robin Boyd: Australian Ugliness

posted 04.11 in resources.

A 2010 panel speaking on Boyd’s book at Melbourne’s Wheeler Centre. Karen Burns, Michael Heyward, Gideon Haigh, and Brenda Niall. Brenda Niall: “Architecture was something the [Boyd] family understood. It was...

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