Please join Parlour and AWS for our third online Salon, with Sophie Dyring and Miriam Wallace on Wednesday evening, 25 November.
We are back for another evening of casual conversation, camaraderie and insight – join us for the latest Salon as part of our flourishing online program, hosted by the University of Melbourne. This season we bring you a conversation between Miriam Wallace in Alice Springs and Sophie Dyring in Melbourne .
Sophie is Director of Schored Projects, a practice that focuses on social and affordable housing for people in need – she is widely regarded as a passionate affordable housing advocate. Miriam is an Associate at Susan Dugdale & Associates, a practice that focuses on regional identity and the culture, climate and geography of the communities they work with. Miriam received the NT Emerging Architect Prize in 2018.
The networking component of the Salons will happen in Zoom breakout rooms, so you still have the opportunity to meet new people, swap stories and strategies.
Bring your favourite refreshment and we’ll see you all online!
Wednesday 25 November
7–9pm AEDT (VIC, NSW, TAS)
6.30–8.30pm ACDT (SA)
6–8pm AEST (QLD)
5.30–7.30pm ACST (NT)
4–6pm AWST (WA)
Online. Join from anywhere. You will be sent the login details after you book.
Everyone! Emerging or established, practitioner or those active in architecture and the built environment in other ways, people of all genders, we hope all will join us. We particularly encourage people to make new connections with women at different stages of their careers.
Please book below – the Salon is free, but bookings are limited.