The research funding that led to Parlour is now finished, but there is still much work to do. We'd appreciate your input as we consider how to fund ongoing work and advocacy so we can make the most of the significant momentum we have built so far.
Showing practice. Naomi Stead describes the intent and context of the 'visual sociology' component of the Women, Work and Leadership research project.
Paula Whitman’s work is extensively quoted throughout this website – Naomi Stead on the debt of gratitude that we owe to Paula.
Naomi Stead argues that a representative body uniting women in Australian architecture is crucial for the advancement and conditions of all.
Naomi Stead reflects on the process of making films to encourage young women to consider careers in architecture.
'Gender is over isn't it? Naomi Stead suggests that mainstream practice may learn a lot from the inventive modes of practice developed by women to make space within architecture.
Why do we need an equity policy for Australian architecture and how might this best be developed? Naomi Stead and Justine Clark outline the issues.