The RMIT Design Hub has announced the dates for examinations, exhibitions and candidate presentations for the Practice Research Symposium (PRS) in June.
The Practice Research Symposium (PRS) is a biannual gathering of research candidates enrolled at RMIT in disciplines associated with Architecture and Design. A key objective of the event is to be the tangible focus of a learning community, with participants learning from their peers.
The PRS is run in June and October each year.
Examinations: 2 - 3 June, Project Rooms 1 & 2, Level 2
Exhibition: 3 - 8 June, Project Rooms 1 & 2, Level 2
Candidate Presentations: 4 - 5 June, throughout Design Hub
Exhibition open: 5.30 - 7.30pm, Friday 3 June; 12 - 5pm, Saturday 4 June; 12.30 - 1.30pm, Sunday 5 June; and 11am - 6pm, Monday 6 - Wednesday 8 June.
Please note there will be no late entries after the examination start times.
Thursday 2 June 2016
Roger Kemp PhD Arch & Design - Negotiating Space: A relational approach to Interior Design; 10.00am; Project Room 1, Level 2
Anthony Fryatt PhD Arch & Design - Mediated Interior: Subjective and Empowering Productions; 2.30pm; Project Room 1, Level 2
Friday 3 June 2016
Juliette Anich; PhD Arch & Design - Stealing is Sharing is Caring: Mapping Pathways from Angst to Love; 10.00am; Project Room 2, Level 2
Rachel Hurst PhD Arch & Design - The Gentle Hand + The Greedy Eye: an everyday baroque practice in architecture; 2.30pm; Project Room 1, Level 2
Image: Bridget Keane, October 2015