February 3rd, 2010
Episode 133 of 346 episodes
We'll open the year with the annual review of the summer. From the Laneway festival to Angkor Wat, there's plenty to talk about. thanks to Mel, Andrew and Daniel from The Enthusiast Radio Hour for covering our slot over summer. Check out them at : http://www.theenthusiast.com.au LINKS Melbourne Open House - http://melbourneopenhouse.org Boyd Foundation - http://www.robinboyd.com.au Boyd Baker House - http://www.boydbakerhouse.com.au/ EVENTS Bushfires: RMIT DRI Design Challenge Floortalks at Melbourne Museum this Sunday and Sunday 14th at 1pm http://rmit.edu.au/browse;ID=1ra2d2xj1ze0z Strewth? That’s Heritage: Exhibition assembled by Andrew Saniga & Hannah Lewi at the Wunderlich Gallery, Ground Floor, Architecture Building, University of Melbourne 9 feb – 26 Feb. 2, 10 Seminar Invitation: Design: Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution? Friday 19 February 2010 Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) Mobile Technologies in the Urban Field Symposium. Monday 15th February 2010 Room 47, Level 11, Building 8, 9am - 4pm Free to attend RSVP for catering purposes to [email protected]
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