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Art Deco – A Regional Perspective
July 12 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Australian Institute of Architect’s Country Division is heading to Leeton to present Art Deco: a regional perspective.
This seminar explores Art Deco and Modernism in Australia and in the regional city of Leeton in the NSW Riverina. Developed following the establishment of the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area, Leeton’s layout was designed by Walter Burley Griffin.
Attend this seminar to learn about these movements in Australia, the Griffins’ involvement in Griffith and Leeton layouts, the mainstreet character of regional town centres and public spaces, and discover Leeton’s Art Deco style and significant buildings on a walking tour.
- Noel Thomson – NTA – Heritage advisor
- Alex Dalglish – Somewhere Landscape
- Roy Lumby – 20th Century Heritage Society of NSW
POST SEMINAR DINNER
We hope you will join us after a day of learning for an evening of food, wine and further discussion.
16 – 18 Wade Ave, Leeton NSW 2705
Price: $55 per person
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This seminar is relevant for architects, urban designers, local government representatives, other allied professionals as well as the general public who want to enhance their knowledge of and appreciation for Art Deco and Modernism, especially in regional town centres.