DOMESTIC AND MONUMENTAL

GUEST SPEAKERS

27 Apr 2013

Saturday 27 April 2 - 5pm Theatrette Canberra Museum and Gallery

Introduced by Virginia Rigney Senior Curator Gold Coast City Gallery and Curator Imprint Growing Up Planned and Deborah Clark Senior Curator Canberra Museum and Art Gallery A seminar presented in conjunction with the exhibition Imprint Growing Up Planned showing at Canberra Contemporary Art Space 12 April – 18 May 2013 and the Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand and the publication of a special issue of their Journal Fabrications for Canberra 100.

Deborah Van der Plaatt: Research Fellow School of Architecture The University of Queensland; Co-editor Fabrications Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand Aesthetics, Spectacle and ideology in the Griffins’ proposed Capitol Building.

Quentin Stevens: Associate Professor and ARC Future Fellow School of Architecture and Design RMIT ; Reader in Urban Design Bartlett School of Planning University College London Visiting Research Fellow Humanities Research Centre ANU Planning Canberra’s Memorial Landscape: Death, Obscurity, and Reincarnation.

Roger Benjamin: Australian Research Council Dora Fellow 2013- 15 Dept of Art History & Film Studies Visiting Professor of Art History United States Studies Centre The University of Sydney. 10 Gawler Cres Deakin A paper which examines both the lived experience and architectural history of 10 Gawler Cres Deakin, one of only two domestic heritage listed properties in Canberra

Antony Moulis: Associate Professor Director of Research School of Architecture The University of Queensland Gods and Monuments: Figuring Canberra’s architectural landscape.