What is an Architecture Museum? The evolution, activities and contributions of the Architecture Museum at the University of Adelaide

Monday 21 September 2015

What is an Architecture Museum? The evolution, activities and contributions of the Architecture Museum at the University of Adelaide

Presented by Associate Professor Christine Garnaut

This talk will outline the origins and evolution of architecture museums and similar entities overseas and address their role and contributions. It will introduce the Architecture Museum at the University of South Australia (UniSA), which is Australia’s only architecture museum, and trace its evolution and development since it was launched in 2005. The presentation will reflect on potential future directions for the Architecture Museum .

Christine Garnaut is Associate Research Professor in Planning and Architectural History in the School of Art, Architecture and Design at UniSA. Her research focuses on twentieth century planned environments, primarily in South Australia. She has been associated with the Architecture Museum and its antecedents since the early 1980s. In 2014 she was appointed to the Board of the International Confederation of Architectural Museums.

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What is an Architecture Museum? The evolution, activities and contributions of the Architecture Museum at the University of Adelaide

Presented by Associate Professor Christine Garnaut

This talk will outline the origins and evolution of architecture museums and similar entities overseas and address their role and…

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