What do First Nations graduates wish had been included at architecture school? Watch this engaging yarn about architectural education, with Kayla Dunn, Jasmine Hocking, Marni Reti and Kelly Greenop.

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Jasmine Hocking on the cultural load borne by Indigenous students.

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.

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This session was recorded live on 6 October 2023. The Deadly Djurumin Yarns are a collaboration between Parlour and Deadly Djurumin.