Join the first Making an Age of Repair: Queensland event!


Join Redirective Practice as they ask the question, what will Queensland look like in 2044? This event, the first in a three part series, aims to open a dialogue around social, cultural and environmental design for Queenslanders that adequately takes into account climate change, global unsettlement and the impacts these changes will have.  Your voice is important in this conversation as these contemporary … Read more

Design Education in New York City


Terry Deen, a local teacher at Kelvin Grove State College in Queensland, was the 2014 Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt Fellow. Thanks to the partnership between the Queensland Government and the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York, Terry worked at NYC’s iconic Museum Mile experiencing and delivering quality design education via his tenure. Terry will share his key insights and … Read more

2015 Arch-I-Spy Competition


Be it the Brisbane Polo Club at Naldham House, All Saint’s Church, Brisbane City Hall or the Spring Hill Baths, there is a surfeit of architecture dotted all over Brisbane that lay waiting to be uncovered. Each year in conjunction with our UQ Architecture Lecture Series, we run a competition called Arch-I-Spy, an architectural game … Read more