Next in NAWIC’s series of site tours is the UTS Multi Purpose Sports Hall and Great Hall. The Multi Purpose Sports Hall is a state-of-the-art sports court with some outstanding design features, including an exposed rock-face that becomes one of the principal features of the space. The Great Hall recently received an upgrade which completely […]
June 17th, 2011
Next in NAWIC’s series of site tours is the UTS Multi Purpose Sports Hall and Great Hall.
The Multi Purpose Sports Hall is a state-of-the-art sports court with some outstanding design features, including an exposed rock-face that becomes one of the principal features of the space.
The Great Hall recently received an upgrade which completely reinvented UTS’ largest and most important ceremonial venue.
What: NAWIC Site Tour
Where: Great Hall, Tower Building, Ground Floor 15 Broadway
When: Thursday 7 July, 4pm-5:15pm
Cost: $20 students, $25 NAWIC members, $40 non-members
RSVP: Register online by Wednesday 1 July
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