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RMIT Architecture & Urban Design Ngulu team and Open House Melbourne present

Designing on Country

(Postponed)

A public conversation exploring what Melbourne might look like in the future by embracing design as an act of reconciliation.

In response to recent announcements from the Victorian Government regarding restrictions, this event has been postponed. Please keep an eye on this listing page and our socials @thecapitolrmit for updates.

ABC’s Jonathan Green will host the conversation and will be joined by N’Arwee’t Dr Carolyn Briggs AMBeau de Belle (emerging Indigenous architect), Dr Christine Phillips and Jock Gilbert (non-indigenous design academics).

The event is the first of a speaker series presented by RMIT Architecture & Urban Design’s Reconciliation Ngulu team that will continue the conversation with a range of designers later in the year.

Presented by RMIT University School of Architecture & Urban Design Ngulu team and Open House Melbourne.