PS11.03 Advocating Architecture
Carly Barrett + Jennie Officer + Beth George
+ Andrew Murray + Clare Wohlnick
July 19, 2011
The Bakery
5:30 pm for a 6 pm start
RSVP: ps11@bmw.wa.gov.au

CARLY BARRETT is a designer at HASSELL, and has been a design coordinator at the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts, UWA. She keeps and active interest in all areas of design and has curated local and interstate design exhibitions. She was awarded the 2011 Dulux Study Tour from which she has just returned.

Carly will present highlights of her tour.

JENNIE OFFICER is a director of Officer Woods Architects, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts, UWA, and the 2010 winner of the AIA WA Emerging Architect Prize.

Jennie will present some reflections on the notion of an emerging architect, her experience in education, practice and research, and some recent Officer Woods projects.

BETH GEORGE is a lecturer at Curtin University. Her doctoral research invites a future for Perth that derives from its careful reading through mappings and narratives – a method of architectural ‘curatorship’ that forms the basis of her urban Masters studios. She is a sole practitioner and director of Spacemarket, an initiative that overturns defunct urban spaces for appropriation by new businesses and creative practitioners.

Beth will present on her doctoral research, and her work with Spacemarket.

ANDREW MURRAY is a recent architecture graduate from UWA, CLARE WOHLNICK is a fine art graduate from Curtin. Together they publish The Weather Ring, a journal concerned with WA architecture and design. Andrew is also the current editor of The Architect WA, and co-curated the Raymond Jones exhibition earlier this year. Clare runs Benchwork/Benchpress, a graphic design and printing service.

Andrew and Clare will present on The Weather Ring.


FJE said...

Looks like a good one! I've enjoyed every one I've been to, but this looks like a particularly interesting local line-up.

AJH, this looks good for you - good way to get an overview of Beth's mappings.

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