'Raw' Landscape Architecture Exhibition at University of Canberra (13, 14 & 16 November 2009)

University Of CanberraThe exhibition ‘Raw’ will display the final projects of graduating University of Canberra landscape architecture students.

There will be twenty three projects in the exhibition which examine the Eastern Broadacre of Canberra and the possibilities that exist there for the future. The Eastern Broadacre is part of the valley which exists between the Federal Highway through to Hume.

This exhibition provides Canberrans with an opportunity to view diverse ideas and applications which have been created by the students. Projects examine transport issues, food security, sustainability, biodiversity and restoration in Canberra just to name a few. Areas which have been examined in detail include Pialligo, Hume, Fyshwick, Mugga Lane, the Jerrabomberra wetlands and Oaks Estate among many others. The unique setting and landscape of Canberra has provided students with varied sites which reinforce contemporary implications for designers such as the environment, social, economic and spirituality.

The exhibition will be held at the Design Gallery Level A Building 7 at the University of Canberra on Pantowora Street Bruce.

Viewing times:

  • Friday 13th November 10am till 4pm,
  • Saturday 14th November 10am till 4pm
  • Monday 16th November 10am till 4pm.

There is no fee to view the exhibition and students will be there to answer any questions.

For more information please email Phoebe Gordon at [email protected]

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