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Interior Architecture Professional Practice Week

 

Interior Architecture in the School of Art, Architecture and Design at the University of South Australia is distinguished by its strong connections with the design profession, and recognises the importance of establishing an interface between students and practitioners.

What makes winners tick

Interior Architecture Professional Practice Week is an annual event that enables students at every year level to apply their practical, theoretical and philosophical knowledge to professional design practice. It also gives students the opportunity to become familiar with the interior design profession, providing valuable insight that can assist them in their career planning.

2010 program 30 March - 3 April

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Date  Time  Topic  Place 
Monday
22 March
All day

Guest Practitioner participation in various studios

City West, various studios

Tuesday
23 March

3 pm

1st Year Interior Design Career talks by leading Adelaide designers Bradley Forum, H5-02, Hawke Building, City West
Wednesday
24 March
5pm
 
Practitioner-student networking for 4th year students to make links with practicing designers
Launch of 2010 Mentor Program for 4th year students

Launch Workplacement Program for 2nd year students
K5 Southern Gallery,
City West
 

K5-10/K5-11
City West
Thursday
2
5 March
2pm What Makes Winners Tick? Presentations by winners of the 2009 DIA SA Design Awards to all Interior Architecture students

Allan Scott Theatre, H2-16, City West

Friday
26 March
12:30-2:30 Graduate Seminar: focus on professional interior design practice for 4th year students with a panel of guest practitioners

K5-08,
City West 

 

Features of Interior Architecture Professional Practice Week 2010

  • A seminar panel of interior design practitioners that allow final year students an opportunity to gather career planning advice and discuss the nature of contemporary interior design practice
  • Career talks by practicing interior designers for 1st year students
  • The launch of the Mentor Scheme for final year students and the work placement requirement for 2nd and 3rd year students.

The week is highlighted by a social event for students, practitioners and invited guests with an exhibition of studio work, so that students and professionals can network informally and establish contact.

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