Congratulations to the Australian Institute of Architects on the release of its Gender Equity Policy.
What can the 2011 census tell us about the "half-life" of woman architects? Gill Matthewson and Justine Clark take a look.
A symposium from Architecture + Women NZ, on the occasion of the exhibition Between Silos. ‘Architecture in an Expanded Field’ covers the many creative disciplines that architectural training and research can lead into, and be included in architectural practice. The boundaries of what constitutes architecture, and a career in architecture, are...
Justine Clark reflects on newer, disaggregated data on the graduate pay gap. “You tell them – girls should be paid more from now on, ’cause boys have already had more.” Sylvia Walker, age 5. Both my daughters looked incredulous and appalled as I explained what a gender pay gap was. The five...
Rebecca Graham of Prelude Design reflects on some of the barriers to remaining in the architecture profession —particularly for women— and on the support that she has given and received along the way.
Dani Martin reflects on the recent workshops on equity in architectural practice and calls on male architects to engage in the issues — for the sake of the whole profession.
The NSW Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects is holding the CPD event, 'Women in architecture — equitable practices: making architecture work for you'.
The Walter Burley Griffin Society Inc invites you to 'The Griffins' Canberra: 100 years' symposium.
The Walter Burley Griffin Society Inc invites you to the fifth Marion Mahony Griffin Lecture: The Magic of Australia by Caroline Pidcock.
The Women & Work Research Group and economic Security4Women invite you to their 2013 Equal Pay Day event: Spotlight on pay equity for women in small business.
designEX presents the Women in Design Speaker Series Part 1 on 'Good design is everything'.
Expanded Architecture at The Rocks is calling for proposals for site specific creative work and academic papers that respond to the theme of 'Reverse Projections'.
Architects for Peace invite you to join them for the event: 'Creative Resistance: conflict, occupation and contemporary artistic expression in the Middle East'.
Andrew Wilson has found this little archival gem from Brisbane’s The Sunday Mail (Sunday April 2, 1933). Julia Gatley contributed more info on the fascinating Miss Esther James.