Worried about your crits? Never fear... the crit survival guide is here!
Crit Survival Guide Seminar
The Melbourne School of Design will be hosting a special seminar to help you get through the crit season!
Four panel members will be speaking about their experiences with crits and give you advice and tips on how to succeed.
After the discussion there will be a Q+A session where you can have all of your questions answered. Please register for this event via the link provided as there is limited space available.
Date: Wednesday 24 October
Time: 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Location: MSD Building B120 (Singapore Theatre)
Current Student: Amarinda Bazeley
Amarinda is completing a Master of Architecture at the University of Melbourne after completing a Bachelor of Architectural Design at The University of Queensland. She is the current President of the University of Melbourne chapter of SONA and an active member of Faculty's Student Forum.
MSD Director: Alan Pert
Alan was appointed Director of Melbourne School of Design in 2012. The appointment followed 6 years as Professor of Architecture and Director of Research at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. Alongside his responsibilities of MSD Director, Alan also serves as the Coordinator of the Master of Urban Design and the Master of Landscape Architecture programs.
Chair of Architectural Design: Donald Bates
Donald is a registered architect in Australia and the UK and is the Director of LAB Architecture Studio. LAB Architecture Studio are the architects of Melbourne’s award-winning Federation Square. Donald is the Coordinator of the Master of Architecture and is heavily involved in the crit process.
Associate Professor of Teaching and Learning: Kate Tregloan
Kate has had extensive experience as an academic staff member and is a registered architect. She has held roles within the design field at University of Tasmania, RMIT and Monash. In her current role as the Associate Professor Teaching and Learning for the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, Kate is dedicated to enhancing the learning experience of students.
We look forward to seeing you there.