June 14th, 2011
Episode 194 of 346 episodes
END OF THE LINE FOR VICURBAN The formation of the Urbvan Renewal Authority(URA) to replaceVicUrban: Victorian Planning Minister Matthew Guy to join us. Rory Hyde join us on the phone on his recent appointment toMVDRV NEWS • A couple of recent books from RMIT staff in the areas of Interior Design and Landscape Architecture: • ‘Urban Interior’ edited by Rochus Hinkel is launched this Friday in Melbourne and London the week after – come down Readings SLV 6pm • ‘Sunburnt’ is a book on Australian Landscape Architecture, a much collection of great landscape projects – amazing this hasn’t happened before, authored by Julian Raxworthy and SueAnne Ware, its great and was launched Friday night at the GRC, very good. • The 3rd Annual: CHINA CONTEMPORARY ART + ARCHITECTURE TOUR: Beijing, Shanghai, Xizhou - SEPTEMBER 2011 - Experience China with its artists, architects and agents for change – email for details (3 day tour) [email protected] EVENTS • ARM exhibition has started at Wundelrich Gallery‘ GOD KNOWS’ runs till 1st June - Howard Raggatt will be coming in on the 28th June to discuss with us, closing drinks Fri July 1. get down there and tell us what you think on [email protected] • UTS Architecture Public Lecture: Ted Krueger will be presenting the public lecture: Anamnesis and Amnesia; first remember and then forget. This will be held at 6pm on Tuesday, 7th June 2011, Rm 6.38, level 6, Faculty of DAB (Building 6) UTS, 702 – 730 Harris St, Broadway • Monash Architecture: Event C, Thursday 9 June 11:30-8:30, Monash University, Caulfield Campus, Free public event • Other end of semester exhibitions will start up as of next week at RMIT and UMelb • Harold Desbrowe-Annear open day Sun 26th June more info at http://robinboyd.org.au/
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