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The Architects - Show 380 - Harriet Equist

August 11th, 2013

Episode 289 of 346 episodes

Tonight we haveHarriet Equist joining us, director of the RMITDesign Archives and Professor of Architectural History in the School of Architecture and Design. She has recentlycurated theFree, secular & democratic: building the Public Library 1853–1913 exhibitioncurrently showing at the State Library of Victoria -http://www.slv.vic.gov.au/free-secular-democratic. The Public Library(detail), 1860,Nicholas Chevalier, watercolour, gift of Mr McEwan, 1965 Harriet Edquist in the reading room at the State Library of Victoria. Free, secular and democraticis a free exhibition, open daily 10am–5pm and until 9pm Thursdays. Events: Jeff Turnbullspeaks GRIFFINS Newman College on Monday 26 August at 5:00pm VicSmart- a simpler planning permit process announced – ‘ensure timely and efficient processing of straightforward, low-impact applications’ – sounds like a good idea… ‘RUSHES’ Exhibition:Photos and video of Richmond 1992, this exhibition reanimates aphoto/videoarchive of Richmond 1992 and addresses change and gentrification of Richmond, on now at Place Gallery, 20 Tennyson Street, Richmond and the exhibition runs until 24th August -http://www.placegallery.com.au/2013/artists/nicholas_hansen/nicholas_hansen.htm Did you know there was a thermal labyrinth underneath Federation Square? Renowned architect Donald Bates will be talking about this at AIRAH’s The Future of HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) 2013 conference, which will take place in Melbourne from August 13–14, find out more athttp://www.airah.org.au/TheFutureofHVAC. Peter DavidsonExhibition on at Daine Singer gallery until 24 August -http://www.dainesinger.com/category/current-exhibition. Makette Exhibitioncontinues at the Design Institute of Australia, level 1, 175 Collins St.http://makette-exhibition.com/ Venice 2014 – submit your entries to the ‘unbuilt’ exhibition.http://wp.architecture.com.au/venicebiennale/entry-build/

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