The Blak Box, for Urban Theatre Projects, designed by architect Kevin O’Brien, BVN. Photo: Barton Taylor
Melbourne Design Week

AA Roundtable: Rights and Reclamations

Presented by Architecture Australia

Thu 19 Mar, 6pm–8pm
NGV Australia, Federation Square
Theatre

Booking required
Cost $25 Double Pass / $15 Single Pass
Contact: [email protected]

‘Rights and Reclamation’ is the theme for this edition of AA Roundtable, presented by Architecture Australia magazine. Host Carroll Go-Sam, an Indigenous researcher and educator from the University of Queensland, is joined by Sarah Lynn Rees, graduate of architecture at Jackson Clements Burrows and curator of BLAKitecture at MPavilion; and Dillon Kombumerri, Principal Architect for the Government Architect NSW. They share insights on Blak design, why it matters, and how both Indigenous and non-Indigenous architects can advocate for better design practices and processes.

The discussion also explores Indigenous sovereignty through merged themes of territoriality and architecture.

Please note: Attendees will also receive a copy of the March 2020 issue of Architecture Australia, which includes the dossier that inspired the creation of this edition of AA Roundtable.

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Thu 19 Mar, 6pm–8pm
NGV Australia, Federation Square
Theatre

Booking required
Cost $25 Double Pass / $15 Single Pass
Contact: [email protected]