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2-12 September 2019, Melbourne & Sydney
In Australia, collaboration between built environment and health professionals is increasing, but there is still a long way to go. This year’s festival re-engages with the issue of urban health—and other key topics—in its two week program
Join us for an exhibition showcasing a selection of outstanding cross-disciplinary student works. The Noel Chettle Memorial Art Prize was Established in 1978 by Mrs E.M. Chettle, is in memory of her husband, Noel Chettle, and in support of his interest in the encouragement of youthful ideas in arts.
To celebrate the role of the University in planning education in Australia, we would like to invite Planning alumni of the School to a special alumni reception followed by a public presentation featuring a guest panel, examining the question – what will be the role of the urban planner in the future, and what skills will they need?
Join us for the official launch of 'The Social Life of Sound' by Sophia Maalsen. The Social Life of Sounds argues for the agency of sounds and music and the acceleration of their social lives in the Digital Age.
Drawing upon research with composers, producers, record collectors, DJs and record labels, the book problematises the notion of artistic authorship as it is framed in Western systems of property.
Understanding the Informal City from the ‘Bottom Up’ presents the work of students from the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning and the Institute of Technology Bandung (ITB) University, Indonesia. The exhibition highlights student works on understanding adaptation and transformation, through the lens of an informal settlement in Bandung, undertaken as part of the urban and regional planning unit, PLAN9049 Foundations of Informal Urbanism.
Join us for a special guest lecture by Yael Allweil, discussing and examining history of Israeli-Palestinian housing from 1860. This talk identifies housing as an architectural object of inquiry into the complex history of Israel-Palestine as a history of the gain and loss of the national and individual home. Examining architecture and planning documents from early Zionist settlements of 1860 to the 2011 mass housing protests, Yael presents housing as Zionism’s key strategy for sovereignty and state building.
Join us for the September instalment of the Design Research talk series 'Design @ Dusk'. Topic and speakers to be announced soon via the link above.
Video conferencing tool Adobe Connect will be decommissioned on Thursday 17 November 2019. Going forward you can use meeting tool Zoom and lecture recording tool Echo360.
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We acknowledge the tradition of custodianship and law of the Country on which the University of Sydney campuses stand. We pay our respects to those who have cared and continue to care for Country.