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How Soon is Now?

How Soon is Now?

Have you got your tickets for the National Architecture Conference in Adelaide yet? You better get your skates on. It's less than a month away.
Editing architecture

Editing architecture

Nancy Levinson, editor of Places Journal is in Australia in mid March. To celebrate MADA is hosting a discussion panel to explore the shifting paradigms of architectural publication. Five editors will share their thoughts on editing as critical practice, audiences of architecture, the challenges and opportunities of new media, and alternative...
Professor / Assoc Professor, Architectural History & Theory

Professor / Assoc Professor, Architectural History & Theory

Monash School of Architecture and Design (MADA) is looking for a Professor/Associate Professor of Architecture History & Theory.
IADV Cultural Competency Workshop

IADV Cultural Competency Workshop

Get along to the Indigenous Architecture and Design Victoria Cultural Competency workshop! Melbourne, Friday, 15 April.
Places women make

Places women make

Urbanist Jane Jose celebrates the unsung urban heroines who have shaped our cities in her book, Places Women Make: Unearthing the contribution of women to our cities.
Sessional teaching opportunity – Monash

Sessional teaching opportunity – Monash

Monash University is looking for sessional tutors for the Interior Architecture program for Semester 1, 2016.
A new Women in Architecture survey

A new Women in Architecture survey

Please take a short international survey, which follows up on a set of questions asked to women in architecture in 1975.
Suffragettes

Suffragettes

Transmission Films is offering 15 two-for-one passes to Suffragette to Parlour readers.
The Expert + The Architect

The Expert + The Architect

A free public talk series brings together architects and the people they work with / for.
Opportunity with the Anganwadi Project

Opportunity with the Anganwadi Project

The Anganwadi Project has a unique opportunity available for an architect or recent graduate to join the upcoming 2015/2016 build.
The City of Women

The City of Women

The City of Women, a new book edited by Dr Katia Frey and Dr Eliana Perotti, documents women’s contribution to urban planning (in German).
How to flex

How to flex

Join the Institute's National Committee for Gender Equity for an entertaining and informative roundtable discussion about creating flexible practices.
Part-time, flexible job opportunity

Part-time, flexible job opportunity

Kart Projects, based in Melbourne, has a short-term contract role for an architect/experienced graduate to assist with documenting a residential project. Immediate start. The ideal candidate will have strong design and AutoCAD documentation experience and the ability to work fairly independently in a small team. We are a ‘family’ practice...
A Gendered Profession

A Gendered Profession

NOTE: THE DEADLINE FOR THIS CALL HAS NOW PASSED Call for chapter proposals for a new book – A Gendered Profession, edited by James Benedict Brown, Harriet Harriss, Ruth Morrow and James Soane. For a profession that claims to be so concerned with the needs of society, the continuing gender imbalance in architectural...
Congratulations Kirsteen Mackay!

Congratulations Kirsteen Mackay!

Congratulations Kirsteen Mackay – South Australia’s next Government Architect.
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