The Australian Institute of Architects is calling for student volunteers to help at the 2015 Australasian Student Architecture Congress, People from Wed 1 July – Sun 5 July, in Melbourne.
Volunteer tasks may include satchel packing, registrations, general enquiries, directing delegates, as well as general set up and tasks associated with the event.
In return for your help you will be provided with:
- ONE FREE FULL CONGRESS PASS FOR THUR 2, FRI 3 AND SAT 4 JULY INCLUDING THE OPENING PARTY ON WED 1 JUL
(Please note you may be required for tasks which run throughout congress sessions)
- A TREND-SETTING EXCLUSIVE PEOPLE CONGRESS T-SHIRT (this seasons must have!)
If you’re a motivated student member of the Institute/SONA and would like to get among the action, email email@example.com with the following information by COB FRI 3 APRIL
- Current CV
- SONA Member Number
- Availability for each day;
Wed 1 July – Sun 5 July 2015 between 7.30am and 6.30pm
- Two referee contacts
Please note as listed above, you will receive complimentary congress registration; however you will need to cover your flights, accommodation, travel and other expenses associated with travelling to Melbourne.
For more information on the 2015 Australasian Student Architecture Congress check out architecture.com.au/people and keep your eyes on www.sona.com.au.
“Architecture is not about form but formations of people”
– Markus Jung
Architecture is about people; from the moment we are born into a room, each of us will have a distinct and personal relationship with the space around us. It is in architecture that we work and rest, it’s where we fall in love, where we protest; architecture changes behaviour, it unites and divides, provides shelter and inspiration.
In 2015, three Creative Directors from across Melbourne’s metropolitan architecture schools will come together to host the first Student Architecture Congress in the city since 1964. Amidst a backdrop of expanding populations, urban migration and tightening purse strings; we invite you to join us on a journey around the city as we seek to investigate questions of spatial relations, architectural anthropology, humanitarian architecture, advocacy and intervention.
As congress directors we have designed each element of this congress; the venues, speakers, program, and social events to resonate both with the congress theme and its setting. We have constructed a Congress that is very much in and of the city of Melbourne; peering behind the facade, to expose and share what we love about the city.
We are excited to bring you a range of speakers from across four continents including Australia. Each of these is positioned to contribute a unique perspective around the theme of people through the varied lenses of their own particular practice. See the official ‘People’ website for more information.
– 2015 Congress Creative Directors
Mercedes Mambort, Tim Randall and Darcy Zelenko
Photo of James Legge, Simon O’Brien, Dan O’loughlin, Peter Malatt and Craig Allchin (L-R), Meyers Place, Melbourne, 1994, Photograph courtesy of Six Degrees