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LBM retrospective

Summary

The longest standing commitments to design and making in architecture and design education in Australasia.

Start Date

Oct 8, 2014

End Date

Oct 31, 2014

Venue

Academy Gallery, Inveresk

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GALLERY HOURS: Monday - Friday 9AM - 5PM Free Admission

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Image credit: Ian Clayton, Low Head, National Parks penguin tours, 2005

Exhibition participants: Featuring the work of more than 50 staff, 1000 students and 35 clients

Guest opening speaker: Matthew Skirving, Manager Architectural Services, Launceston City Council, Former student and tutor of LBM.

Exhibition opening: 5.30 - 7pm Wednesday 8 October

Curators, designers and fabricators: Staff and students of the School of Architecture & Design: Ian Clayton, Robin Green, Richard Burnham, Judith Abell, Louise Wallis, Sara Chugg, Jaime Jiminez Gonzalez, Clare McLaine, Fiona McMullen, Abdel-Rahman Soudan Mitchell Digney, Thomas Gillie, Yann Godillon; Torbjorn Gustafsson, Ming Liang, James Lucas, Marilyn Makepeace, Nicholas Pribil, Thomas Robbins, Paul Scicluna, Blake Sherriff.

Learning By Making (LBM) in the School of Architecture & Design at the University of Tasmania represents one of the longest standing commitments to design and making in architecture and design education in Australasia. This exhibition celebrates the diversity of work undertaken within the School over the last two decades and illustrates how LBM has become a part of the Tasmanian landscape – from bus stops, stage sets, outdoor shelters, skate parks, ‘Castles’ and more.

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Image credit: Ian Clayton, Stompin Youth mobile office, 2003