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    What’s on at Mpavilion in November

    Nicholas Rider

    For the last two years Mpavilion has offered a four-month program of talks, workshops, performances and installations between the months of October and February.

    The third annual summer architecture pavilion is no different and is already underway at Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Gardens. The 2016 program 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 November.  

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    When: 9 November, 8.30 – 10pm

    Enjoy a night of films that investigate the role of architecture, infrastructure and urban design in both the creation and destruction of healthy social environments. 

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    When: 12 November, 5 – 7pm

    The next generation of Melbourne architects and designers will unveil unique, new works drawn from select Melbourne homes. 

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    When: 22 November, 6.15 – 7.15pm

    This panel focuses on the representation of women across all fields of decision-making in the built environment from policy to design, and looks at ways to support, promote and increase gender equality across the industry.

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    When: 26 November, 1 – 2pm

    Join Glenn Murcutt, Australia’s best-known architect internationally, in conversation with MPavilion 2014 architect Sean Godsell for a chat that will explore Glenn’s enduring and award-winning career as an architect. 

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