The Sherman Centre for Culture and Ideas has announced the first ever SCCI Architecture Hub for this October, and for design lovers, it’s a doozy!
August 3rd, 2018
The inaugural SCCI Architecture Hub is an all-new platform for the architecture and design community to explore how our thoughts on architecture intersects with culture, society, literature, art and technology.
This first ever event will see a range of keynote speakers discuss what makes our industry tick. Architects such as Kengo Kuma, Pritzker Prize winner Ryue Nishizawa, Gurjit Matharoo and Michael Rakowitz have already been announced, with the final announcement scheduled to be announced in September.
“Each year from 2018–2022, SCCI will host two public event programmes across Fashion and Architecture,” says founder and artistic director of the Sherman Centre, Dr Gene Sherman “The hubs provide a forum for deep-dive engagement in these forms of cultural expression within the broader context of contemporary art and culture.
“Following a sold out inaugural SCCI Fashion Hub in April, we will now celebrate Architecture in all its complexity from 12–21 October with a programme for professionals and the general public that continues our work with SCAF and the Fugitive Structures architectural pavilions series.”
From October 12-21, the SCCI Architecture Hub will see a series of forum discussion events and seminars presented to explore the ways in which architecture has changed, and how its changed our world.
The hub will be held across the SCCI itself, as well as the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Art Gallery of NSW, Barangaroo and the Golden Age Cinema venues. So Sydneysiders looking for a design and knowledge fix in October should keep their eyes pinned to the SCCI Architecture Hub website.
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