What do First Nations graduates wish the curriculum had included at architecture school? Join Parlour and the Deadly Djurumin for a yarn about architectural education, with Kayla Dunn, Jasmine Hocking, Marni Reti and Kelly Greenop.
This yarn turns attention to the experiences of First Nations peoples at architecture school. What is in the curriculum and what is missing? How do universities facilitate First Nations engagement, learning and connection with other mob? What are the opportunities? How might these be realised?
Recent graduates Kayla Dunn and Jasmine Hocking reflect on their time spent at university with architect Marni Reti and Kelly Greenop, a highly experienced educator. What did they love and what would they like to see change?
When & where
Online, Friday 6 October
12.30–1.30pm AEDT (VIC, NSW, TAS, ACT)
12–1pm ACDT (SA)
11.30am–12.30pm AEST (QLD)
11am–12pm ACST (NT)
9.30–10.30am AWST (WA)
One hour of formal CPD on completion of the CPD questions. These will be emailed the week of the event. See here for the Learning Objectives for the series as a whole.
Once the questions are completed, you will receive an email from Google forms with your responses. Please keep this – it provides the evidence of attendance and completion. Please note, separate CPD certificates will not be issued. If you can’t find the email, remember to check your spam folder and whitelist firstname.lastname@example.org in your email system.
- $38 Parlour Collective
- $50 General
- $11 Concession (anyone who needs it – students, those not working etc)
We operate on an honesty system – select the ticket type that aligns with your circumstances. If you haven’t yet joined the Parlour Collective, join now to access discount pricing and many other benefits, and to support Parlour’s ongoing work!
Proceeds above the costs of delivering the DD Yarns program support the work of Deadly Djurumin. If you represent an Aboriginal organisation please contact Parlour to obtain access at no cost.
Book via the link below. If this doesn‘t work on your device head to the trybooking site. Bookings are open for future 2023 sessions (with speakers and topics to be announced shortly). If you would like to book multiple sessions, select the first session and head to the checkout. Then, in the pop-up window, select ‘Buy more tickets’ to add more sessions before making payment.