Tickets are on sale for the Institute’s three-day Country Culture Community event from 14–16 February 2024 in nipaluna (Hobart). The program includes a keynote and workshop presentations from Indigenous and non-Indigenous architects, designers, artists and thinkers from across Australia. Early bird ticket holders get a 10% discount plus inclusion in the Bruny Island tour.
This three-day event promises to explore practical experiences, real world learning, and realistic action plans. Participants will have the opportunity to gain ten (10) formal CPD points in a range of competencies including NSW mandatory topics: First Nations, Sustainability and NCC 2022.
Onsite activation events are included in the ticket price. A welcome reception on 14 February, a Dark Sky Tasmania experience on 15 February, and a half-day tour of Murrayfields Station, Bruny Island on 16 February, will each provide valuable opportunities to experience Country through the guidance of First People custodians.
14–16 February 2024
AJ King (Ochre Rain), Aleshia Lonsdale (Creative Australia), Bianca Scaife (Cooper Scaife Architects), Charles Solomon (Garawana Creative), Craig Kerslake (Nguluway Designinc), James Gilliland (Clarke Hopkins Clarke Architects presenting with Charles Solomon), Jefa Greenaway (Greenaway Architects), Professor Julian Worral (University of Tasmania), Kevin O’Brien (BVN), Aaron Roberts and Kim Bridgland (Edition Office), Marni Reti (Kaunitz Yeung Architecture), Michael McMahon (Wardle), Dr Michael Mossman (University of Sydney), Poppy Taylor and Matt Hinds (Taylor + Hinds Architects), Rodney Dillon (Aboriginal Heritage Council), Samantha Rich (walumarra studio), Sarah Lynn Rees (Jackson Clements Burrows Architects), Shaneen Fantin (People Oriented Design, presenting with Uncle Peter Hyde), Uncle Peter Hyde, Simone Bliss (SBLA Studio) and Troy Casey (Blaklash)
Early bird members / non-members $989 / $1239
Standard prices members / non-members: $ 1237 / $1487
EmAGN/graduate members / students: $899
Students – two-day keynote program: $300
For bookings and more information, head to the Country Culture Community web page.