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Part-time architect/urban planner wanted, Melbourne

Part-time architect/urban planner wanted, Melbourne

Scape Architecture and Urban Design is looking for an experienced part-time architect/urban planner to work in a flexible, friendly practice. A position is available for a new member to join Scape’s close-knit team in South Yarra. The successful candidate will be responsible for undertaking design review of residential development applications...
Part-time, flexible job in Melbourne

Part-time, flexible job in Melbourne

Co-Lab is looking for a part-time employee to work with them to design and document small multi-unit residential projects. The employee needs to be able to produce this documentation using Archicad 15 within a team but be able to operate with little assistance/supervision. The hours are flexible and the position could...
Unsung heroes

Unsung heroes

The next offering from the DADo Film Society is Unsung Heroes, a set of four short films, three of which look at women in architecture and one at studio education. Introduced by Parlour editor Justine Clark, the event includes the Australian premier of ‘A Girl is a Fellow Here’. Unsung...
Part-time, flexible work opportunity

Part-time, flexible work opportunity

A North Fitzroy firm is looking for someone confident with neatly marking up pdf site plans, liaising with councils and good report writing skills. Other than council liaison, most of the work can be done out of hours and from home, with the occasional visit into our office. The position...
Presentation and persuasion

Presentation and persuasion

Coming up at the Australian Institute of Architects, Gretel Bakker on presentation skills.
Calling all mentors

Calling all mentors

NAWIC is looking for mentors to participate in its 2014 mentoring program.
Established and emergent

Established and emergent

How do we navigate the changing role of the architect in contemporary practice, while continuing to achieve quality outcomes for the built environment?
DIY concrete house ring – seeking supporters

DIY concrete house ring – seeking supporters

Linda Bennett (she of Archi-Ninja fame) is seeking support for a new project via Kickstarter. Linda is looking to fund the minimum initial production run and the upfront set-up costs for the DIY Concrete House Ring, as 16-piece kit that buyers can use to make their own rings. She describes the...
Pregnancy Discrimination Review

Pregnancy Discrimination Review

Have you experienced discrimination in relation to pregnancy and/or returning to work? The Australian Human Rights Commission is calling on submissions for its ‘Supporting Working Parents: Pregnancy and Return to Work National Review’. The national review aims to study the prevalence, nature and consequences of discrimination in relation to pregnancy...
Expanded Architecture

Expanded Architecture

Expanded Architecture at The Rocks is proud to announce the selection of the following artists and architects for residency and exhibition on 8th November 6–9pm as part of the Sydney Architecture Festival: * Zanny Begg * Ross Anderson, Simon Weir and Kevin Liu * Edward Leckie and Lindsay Webb *...
Space for Dissent panel discussion

Space for Dissent panel discussion

Architects for Peace, in association with the Centre for Cultural Partnerships at the Victorian College of the Arts, presents a post-election panel discussion. When: 7pm, Thursday 3rd October 2013 Where: Elisabeth Murdoch Building, Victorian College of the Arts, 234 St Kilda Road, Southbank Panel description is as follows: “The recent Australian federal...
International AASA Designing/Education Conference

International AASA Designing/Education Conference

On October 3–5, Monash University, RMIT University and the University of Melbourne will present the 7th International AASA Designing/Education Conference. It will bring together academics and practitioners to speculate on the future of the design studio as a pivotal platform for architectural education and production, and to consider modifications required...
Architecture in an Expanded Field

Architecture in an Expanded Field

A symposium from Architecture + Women NZ, on the occasion of the exhibition Between Silos. ‘Architecture in an Expanded Field’ covers the many creative disciplines that architectural training and research can lead into, and be included in architectural practice. The boundaries of what constitutes architecture, and a career in architecture, are...
Equitable practices: making architecture work for you

Equitable practices: making architecture work for you

The NSW Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects is holding the CPD event, 'Women in architecture — equitable practices: making architecture work for you'.
The Griffins' Canberra: 100 years

The Griffins’ Canberra: 100 years

The Walter Burley Griffin Society Inc invites you to 'The Griffins' Canberra: 100 years' symposium.
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