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    What’s on at Mpavilion in December

    Nicholas Rider

    Mpavilion continues with its four-month program of talks, workshops, performances and installations in December.

    The 2016 program at Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens is presented free to the public until 18 February 2017 and features more than 400 public events with more than 300 collaborators, including 32 education and cultural organisations from Melbourne and around the world.

    Here are some of our favourite events happening at Mpavilion in December.  

    MTALKS – PARLOUR: MARION’S LIST

    MarionsList_CR_Dianna-Snape_websized.jpgPhotography by Dianna Snape

    When: 1 December, 6.30 – 8.30pm

    Celebrate the launch of Marion’s List, a new public register for the women of Australian architecture, at this Mpavilion event. The list is created as a resource for those looking for expert commentary or input, and for those wanting to be involved in the people of architecture’s public culture.

    MMEETS – A QUEEN VICTORIA GARDENS WALKING TOUR WITH TRACT

    QVG_TOUR-1.jpgImage: State Library of Victoria

    When: 5 December, 1 – 2pm

    Join Phil Harkin and Akihito Hatayama (landscape architects from Tract Consultants) and Andrew Laidlaw (landscape architect of the Royal Botanic Gardens) for a walking tour that explores the urban landscape around the space MPavilion inhabits, the Queen Victoria Gardens. 

    MTALKS – SOUTHBANK: FROM PRECINCT TO NEIGHBOURHOOD?

    AerialMelbourneArtsPrecinct2009_WEB.jpgImage: Panagiotis Giafis

    When: 8 December, 6.15 – 7.15pm

    Led by Wendy Lasica and accompanied by a panel that includes Naomi Milgrom (Mpavilion patron), Tai Snaith (artist curator/writer), Rob Adams (architect/urban designer), Matt Lutton (theatre and opera director), this MTalks looks at the questions surrounding the Southbank’s Arts Precinct. 

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