After Images: Imprints of Japan by Australian Architects is an exhibition and auction in support of Japan’s recovery from the March disasters, presented by the University of Sydney, Australian Institute of Architects, Sydney Architecture Festival and Emergency Architects Australia. The exhibition includes sketches by Richard Leplastrier, Peter Stutchbury, Sean Godsell, Tom Heneghan, John Wardle, Tadao […]
October 25th, 2011
After Images: Imprints of Japan by Australian Architects is an exhibition and auction in support of Japan’s recovery from the March disasters, presented by the University of Sydney, Australian Institute of Architects, Sydney Architecture Festival and Emergency Architects Australia.
The exhibition includes sketches by Richard Leplastrier, Peter Stutchbury, Sean Godsell, Tom Heneghan, John Wardle, Tadao Ando and other celebrated architects.
The opening and silent auction takes place on Friday 28 October at 6pm, with bids closing at 7:30pm. The exhibition runs until 29 October at Boutwell Draper Gallery, 82-84 George Street, Redfern.
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Cast your vote in the 2010 Melbourne Design Awards!
Voting will be open until 13 February 2011, with the winners announced at an awards ceremony on 17 February.
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