Tour, lunch & talk28 March 2014
ACA – SA has a bumper event coming up on May 5 at the new SAHMRI building. Book now!
The event starts with a tour of the building for those interested. We will then lunch on site, with guest speaker Justine Clark addressing the topic “Architects and the New Media”.
The new building by Woods Bagot for the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute is already garnering much attention for its striking form, environmental initiatives and an interior aimed at fostering a collaborative research culture. This is your chance to understand it in detail via a tour with the building's architects.
Architects and the New Media
What opportunities do 'new media' offer architects and architecture? How can practices use these platforms to engage effectively with multiple audiences and to develop existing and new networks? What are the continuities and differences with traditional media? Justine Clark will consider these questions through her own experiences with both traditional and 'new' media, and her observations of how Australian architects are operating in this rapidly developing context.
Justine Clark is the editor of the ACA's new website. An independent architectural editor, writer, critic and researcher, she works on a wide range of projects. Justine established and continues to edit Parlour: women, equity, architecture and is a former editor of Architecture Australia.
Monday, 5 May.
11.30 am for the tour of SAHMRI
12.30 pm lunch and talk
SAHMRI Building, North Terrace, Adelaide.
(Note: there is no parking at SAHMRI. However, Wilson’s on Hindley Street will provide SAHMRI guests with a flat rate of $12 for 12 hours per day, providing that you validate your ticket at reception prior to leaving the SAHMRI building. Alternatives include parking at the Adelaide Convention Centre on North Terrace or at the Entertainment Centre – you can take the tram directly to the front of the SAHMRI facility).
Please book here.
Cate Roberts, ACA – SA Executive Officer, email@example.com or ph 0403 000 406.
All photographs of SAHMRI courtesy of Woods Bagot. Photographer Peter Clarke.