LA in the Media - Issue 3, 10 - 24 April 2015

‘Farmacy’ by Natalie Jeremijenko, who will be speaking at the 2015 Festival of Landscape Architecture. Image: Courtesy Wikimedia commons.

The rusting relic of White Bay power station opens to the public ahead of development plans [Daily Telegraph]

You have probably driven past it many times without giving it a second glance. But the site of Rozelle’s former White Bay power station is one of the all-too-rare remaining examples of Sydney’s post-war industrial past. It stands impressive but empty, a mix of metal and brick that shows the wear-and-tear of a building left abandoned for thirty years. Read more

16 April 2015

2015 Festival of Landscape ArchitectureThis Public Life program announced [ArchitectureAU]

The program forthe 2015 Festival of Landscape Architecture,This Public Life,has been launched by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects. The line-up for the October festival features names such as Cees van der Veeken, Natalie Jeremijenko and Martí Franch Batllori. Read more

16 April 2015

2015 Festival of Landscape Architecture gathers international experts to look at ‘this public life’ [Architecture & Design]

The theme for the 2015 Festival of Landscape Architecture will be ‘This Public Life’and will see international artists, engineers and landscape architects convene in Melbourne for a three day celebration of landscape architecture. Read more.

16 April 2015

Festival of Landscape Architecture: This Public Life launches in Melbourne [Australian Design Review]

Last night saw the launch of the inaugural Festival of Landscape Architecture:This Public Lifeat HASSELL’s Melbourne rooftop. The festival’s creative directors, Claire Martin, Cameron Bruhn and Ricky Ricardo announced a host of international and local industry leaders, who will ignite public discourse on landscape architecture. Read more

20 April 2015

John Gollings masterclass guides the perfect landscape photograph [Architecture & Design]

One of Australia’s most prolific architecture photographers will present a photography masterclass and evening talk in Canberra this month. Victorian-based photographer John Gollings will conduct a hands-on photography class on Thursday 30 April that will focus on capturing the perfect landscape image, and include site visits to the National Arboretum Canberra and Parliament House. Read more

21 April 2015

John Gollings masterclass guides the perfect landscape photograph [Infolink]

One of Australia’s most prolific architecture photographers will present a photography masterclass and evening talk in Canberra this month.

Victorian-based photographer John Gollings will conduct a hands-on photography class on Thursday 30 April that will focus on capturing the perfect landscape image, and include site visits to the National Arboretum Canberra and Parliament House. Read more

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