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Parlour: Portraits of Practice

What is the picture of your practice? The team at Parlour are calling for #PortraitsofPractice through Instagram. The images will create a collective view of contemporary Australian architecture practice and will be exhibited at The Tin Sheds Gallery, Sydney.

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Eat Drink Design Awards: Entries open

Entries are now open for the 2015 Eat Drink Design Awards. The awards recognise hospitality premises of all scales and types and retail environments for the sale of food and beverages.

Entries close Fri 24 Jul. 

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Affordable Housing Exhibition - Call for Entries

The NSW Country Division is calling for members to share work and/or ideas (built or unbuilt) for an exhibition exploring affordable housing - in particular relating to the NSW Affordable Housing SEPP from 2009

Entries will be shown at Architecture on Show Bellingen on 30 July 2015 and on the NSW Country Division Facebook page.

Image: The Pod by Takt | Studio for Architecture, photo by Shantaru Starick

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Call for Creative Director - 2017 National Conference

We are seeking expressions of interest for the role of the Creative Director for the 2017 National Architecture Conference.

The appointed Creative Director will be responsible for the conceptualisation and execution of the 2017 Conference, focused on theme and content.

EOI's by Mon 19 Oct.

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#ThePoolVenice: Crowdsourcing closes Friday 17 Jul

What inspirational pools have significance for you? Send your thoughts, projects and ideas on great Australian pools for inclusion in the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale.

Entries close Fri 17 Jul.

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NSW Country Division Conference

Bathurst, 22-25 Sep
The 2015 NSW Country Division Conference is themed 'We've come so far, so far - Architectural history informing our future'. 

The three day event has ten speakers covering past, present, and future of architecture followed by dinner each night with ten formal CPD points available.

Register at early bird rate until 10 Aug. 

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Housing Futures Symposium

Melbourne, 31 Jul
Housing shapes the way we live and the cities we inhabit. Join a conversation about new trajectories in residential architecture with local and international speakers, including Charles Renfro (New York), Kerstin Thompson (Melbourne), Philip Thalis (Sydney) and Paul Donegan (Melbourne). 

Image: Charles Renfro, photo by Alessio Boni

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