We host a number of events for students, alumni, staff and the community. Explore our upcoming and past events below.

If you know of an event which isn't listed below, please email us at events@eait.uq.edu.au.

 James Peter Birrell

Public memorial: James Peter Birrell

6 February 2020 9:30am11:00am
Together with The University of Queensland, the family of James Peter Birrell (24.10.1928 - 20.09.2019) invite you to remember and celebrate Jim and his significant contribution to the University at a tree planting memorial.
Cyclone damaged Methodist Church, Mackay, Queensland 1918

Narratives of disease, discomfort, development, and disaster: Reconsidering (sub) tropical architecture and urbanism

5 December 2019 9:00am8 December 2019 4:00pm
Stream convened by Dr Deborah van der Plaat (The University of Queensland), Dr Vandana Baweja (University of Florida) and Professor Tom Avermaete (ETH Zurich)
Fantastic Encounters: Architecture’s One-way Exchange between Past and Future Worlds

Fantastic Encounters: Architecture’s One-way Exchange between Past and Future Worlds

3 December 2019 8:30am6 December 2019 5:00pm
In the context of the fantastic architectural encounter, this session welcomes papers that examine built and unbuilt proposals which projected new architectures based upon imagined cultural intersections, encounters and exchanges: the strange and often hybrid structures that appropriated ideas and images from other cultures or imagined past and future worlds, recombined at will.
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Digital cultural heritage: FUTURE VISIONS a landscape perspective

23 November 2019 9:00am24 November 2019 4:00pm
This conference seeks to explore the multiple implications and theoretical challenges of digital technologies for cultural landscapes and will focus less on descriptive projects and more on how digital technologies can contribute to debates about the relationship between the cultural and natural past, present and future.
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Digital cultural heritage: Mediating modern migratory memories of space and time

14 November 2019 9:00am17 November 2019 4:00pm
This session welcomes papers that critically explore the multiple implications and theoretical challenges of digital technologies or the many cultural routes associated with modern migration.
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The Values of Architecture and the Economy of Culture

12 June 2019 9:00am14 June 2019 4:00pm
The Values of Architecture and the Economy of Culture is the closing event of the ‘Is Architecture Art?’ research project, to be held at The University of Queensland, Brisbane City, between 12-14 June 2019.
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Inside | Outside: Trading between Art and Architecture

4 May 2019 8:30am6 May 2019 5:00pm
The conference Inside | Outside will focus on specific examples or ‘cases’ of the two-way directions of transaction: artists adopting architectural means on the one hand, and architects adopting artistic strategies on the other.
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Rethinking 20th Century Architectural Pedagogies

17 April 2019 1:00pm
Objects & Technologies of Schooling is a travelling international workshop collaboration between the University of Queensland’s Architecture Theory Criticism History Research Group (ATCH) and KU Leuven - SRN Texts-Buildings.

Home: A Suburban Obsession

7 December 2018 10:15am14 July 2019 11:15am
Home: A Suburban Obsession exposes the social and emotional power of house and home, and the myriad connections between where we live and who we are. This exploration of the social and emotional foundations of our houses is achieved through the incredible legacy of Frank and Eunice Corley.
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2018 end of year exhibition

29 November 2018 6:00pm
The Architecture End of Year Exhibition for 2018 ran from 29 November to 14 December.

Day 2 Architectural Education Today: Session 7

23 November 2018 5:00pm6:30pm
Day 2 Architectural Education Today: Session 6
Practitioners can claim 4.5 formal CPD points for attending the 3 sessions held on this day.

Day 2 Architectural Education Today: Session 6

23 November 2018 2:30pm4:30pm
Day 2 Architectural Education Today: Session 6
Practitioners can claim 4.5 formal CPD points for attending the 3 sessions held on this day.

Day 2 Architectural Education Today: Session 5

23 November 2018 1:00pm2:30pm
Day 2 Architectural Education Today
Practitioners can claim 4.5 formal CPD points for attending the 3 sessions held on this day.

Day 1 Historical Turns: Session 4

22 November 2018 4:00pm6:00pm
Day 1 Historical Turns: Session 4
Practitioners can claim 6 formal CPD points for attending the 4 sessions held on this day.

Day 1 Historical Turns: Session 3

22 November 2018 2:00pm3:30pm
Day 1 Historical Turns: Session 3
Practitioners can claim 6 formal CPD points for attending the 4 sessions held on this day.

Day 1 Historical Turns: Session 2

22 November 2018 11:30am2:00pm
Day 1 Historical Turns: Session 2
Practitioners can claim 6 formal CPD points for attending the 4 sessions held on this day.

Day 1 Historical Turns: Session 1

22 November 2018 9:30am11:00am
Day 1 Historical Turns: Session 1
Practitioners can claim 6 formal CPD points for attending the 4 sessions held on this day.

Liberalism in the Built Environment – Then and Now

18 May 2018 8:30am19 May 2018 5:00pm
This conference seeks to explore how concepts of freedom and liberal political and economic theories have intersected with architecture and the built environment from the 19th century to the present day.
MN State Capitol dome

Alternative Histories of the Pavilion

19 April 2018 8:30am
ATCH members Dr Ashley Paine and Dr Susan Holden co-chaired a session titled "Alternative Histories of the Pavilion" at the 2018 International Conference for the Society of Architectural Historians in St Paul, Minnesota.
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eMbArch2017

5 December 2017 6:00pm
In 2017, the 2nd stage of m3architecture’s renovations to the Zelman Cowen Building have given us a new entry and terraces to the east. Using our own exhibition spaces gives us more room for both display and celebrations, including live music, DJs, food trucks, and refreshments, plus an exhibition across three levels of the building.

2015 End of Year Exhibition - CROP'15

4 December 2015 6:00pm
Thank you also to our industry sponsors, without whom events like CROP’15 would not be possible.

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