Designer profile: Jen Archer-Martin

Jen Archer-Martin, the Major coordinator of Spatial Design at Massey chats with Federico Monsalve from Architecture Now about her practice, academia, what spatial design and what it’s potential might be.

architecturenow.co.nz/articles/designer-profile-jen-archer-martin/ via Spacebook www.facebook.com/pages/p/1470486223170384

VR Clinic running this Thursday and Friday 2-4pm in 11B #spatialdesign #spatialtype more sessions next week probably.

Refik Anadol’s Infinity installation at SXSW immerses visitors in patterns of light (1of 2)

Tech Insider

The Performance Arcade

Channel 4 News

Te Papa

VR Demo’s and talks at Te Papa next Friday.
$25 but probably worth it. via Spacebook www.facebook.com/pages/p/1470486223170384

NowThis Future

Dezeen

Water Water Everywhere 🌊

✨ S P A C E ✨ Drawing walking thinking talking drawing listening drawing photographing drawing. 💫

Performing Writing 2017

Attention Wellingtonians! The Performing, Writing symposium (13-15 March) is now offering Day Pass registrations!

The Day Pass is meant to encourage students, local artists, musicians, performers, writers and designers to participate. A Day Pass is $50 per day with a maximum of 2 days. Full symposium packages are $200 for a student and $385 for other than student.

Register via Lil Reggie link at
www.performingwriting.com via Spacebook www.facebook.com/pages/p/1470486223170384

TAC Info & Schedule – OISTAT

Competition opportunity: Theatre Architecture Competition 2017

www.oistat.org/Item/list.asp?id=1503 via Spacebook www.facebook.com/pages/p/1470486223170384

Queering architecture? | NGV

Attention Melbournians!

Queering Architecture?
When: 26 March, 3-6pm
Where: NGV International, Clemenger Auditorium

Prompted by the Victorian government’s announcement that it would build Australia’s first Pride Centre, Monash Art Design and Architecture, XYX Lab and Parlour will present a panel discussion that will explore what it might mean to “queer” architecture, from making architectural workplaces more welcoming to those who identify as LGBTIQIA to queer buildings – non-conforming, peculiar and resisting social norms. The discussion will be convened by Naomi Stead, Niki Kalms and Parlour.

Cost: $10. Bookings required.

www.ngv.vic.gov.au/program/queering-architecture/ via Spacebook www.facebook.com/pages/p/1470486223170384

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