Australia&#39s first Landscape Architecture Competition announces 2014 program [Video clip]

Australia’s first Landscape Architecture Festival announces 2014 program [Video]

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&#thirteen Forecast—the inaugural Festival of Landscape Architecture has introduced its plan for 2014, with walking excursions, radio broadcasts and keynote speakers from sixteen October in Brisbane.

&#13 Hosted by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA), Forecast delivers together designers, thinkers, collaborators and innovators of the landscaping field for three times of participatory functions at the State Library of Queensland.

&#13 Outcomes by means of discourse and debate is the philosophy that informs the program, Creative Administrators Sharon Mackay and Di Snape say that engagement and the exchange of tips can guide to real systemic adjust.

&#13 “In the system of our varied activities, the two on assignments we’ve completed with each other and in our own exercise, we have been screening ways to curate partaking dialogue that allows real trade of tips,” they stated.

&#13 “The results are often varied, they are frequently unpredictable, they typically entail obtaining a good deal of entertaining, and they inevitably guide us immediately to devising the next undertaking so we can keep on the discussion. From time to time they direct to actual and systemic change. Forecast delivers these ordeals together to reimagine the meeting for Landscape Architecture.”

&#thirteen The pageant web site lists 16 festival events which contain an opening celebration, speaker sessions and the 2014 AILA National Awards, and will operate above the program of the event.

&#13 See the Video clip beneath:

&#thirteen Program Highlights:

&#13 Essential Dialogue six: Massive Assignments – Infrastructure and Procurement,  Saturday 18 October eleven.00am – 12.30pm

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  • &#13 The conversation will discuss the thought that Landscape Architects require to accept, seize and incorporate the complexity of huge assignments and infrastructure. Impression: John Gollings.
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&#13 Crucial Dialogue one: Speculation and Investigation on Friday seventeen Oct eight.45am – 10.00am

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  • &#13 This session explores the partnership between data, style as investigation and how Landscape Architects can address complex modern day urban problems. Graphic: Peter Bennetts.
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&#thirteen BROADCAST: The Interviews A variety of times and places

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  • &#thirteen Forecast delivers media colleagues from ‘The Plan’ and ‘The Architects’ into the conversation to go over their part in producing and curating the way that Landscape Architecture is profiled. Graphic: Tania Davidge.
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&#13 Try to eat THE Metropolis: Extended Table Dinner + 2014 AILA Countrywide Awards on Friday seventeen October 5.00pm – 9.00pm.

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&#thirteen Crucial Note Speakers:

  • &#13 Matt Baida from WAX Style, SA
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  • &#thirteen Daniel Bennett, Adelaide Town Council, SA
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  • &#thirteen Pamille Berg OA, Pamille Berg Consulting, ACT
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  • &#thirteen Cameron Bruhn, Architecture Media, Vic
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  • &#13 Amy Grey, Meter Layout, Qld
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  • &#thirteen Penny Corridor, Arup
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  • &#thirteen Stuart Harrison, Harrison and White &amp The Architects 3RRR, Vic
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  • &#13 James Hayter, Oxigen, SA
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  • &#13 Timothy Horton, Architects Registration Board, NSW
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  • &#thirteen Anton James, JMD Layout, NSW
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  • &#13 Perry Lethlean, Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Vic
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  • &#13 Matthew Mackay, Hassell, Vic
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  • &#13 Dr Jo Russell-Clarke, University of Adelaide &amp The Plan Radio, SA
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  • &#thirteen Andy Sharp,Curtin University, Spot Laboratory, WA
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  • &#thirteen Rachel Smith, AECOM, Qld
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  • &#thirteen Malcolm Snow, Countrywide Funds Authority, ACT
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  • &#thirteen Yen Trihn, Queensland Museum, Qld
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&#thirteen Visit forecast.aila.org.au to discover a lot more and to sign-up for the celebration.

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