The University of Canberra Student Architecture Society are pleased to announce the Graduate Exhibition, showcasing the talent of students in both the Masters of Architecture and Bachelor of Architecture courses from the University of Canberra in 2013.
These end-of-semester works are themed according to the studies of each course, with the Masters’ theme ‘Interrupt’ under the leadership of Professor Gevork Hartoonian, and the Bachelors’ theme ‘Presence’ under the leadership of Associate Professor Michael Jasper.
Also on display around the university will be the graduating work from those studying Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, Graphic Design and Industrial Design courses.
Statement about the 2013 Undergraduate Graduating Class in Architecture from Dr Michael Jasper, Associate Professor of Architecture, University of Canberra
14 November 2013:
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“I believe that architecture is the most palpable and the most public of arts. The design of a
just and sustainable city is our highest priority. To succeed at his or her art, the architect has to be a thinker open to the future as well as a maker, for the art of building is paramount. A school of architecture is bound to its place. In Canberra, Australia’s National Capital, the school of architeture should take the city – one of the great planned cities of our time – as a canvas for its investigations. The University of Canberra Architecture graduating class of 2013 has taken on all these challenges. A recent collaboration with the Canadian High Commission for the planning and design of a new chancery and staff quarters on a highly symbolic site on Commonwealth Avenue, and proposals for a new Prime Minister’s Lodge on the Lake, are just some the projects that have tested these maxims. The work of the graduating University of Canberra Architecture students displays with imagination and verve a promise for architecture’s future.”
Complimentary food and drinks will be provided throughout the night and the students themselves will be on hand to discuss their works.
Wednesday 27th November
7pm until late
University of Canberra, Bruce ACT
Building 7: Masters students level A, Bachelor students level B
Best parking off Pantowora Street just off Ginninderra Drive
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Architecture Student Graduate Exhibition
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