Saturday 25 July
CityLink Traffic Control Room
Transurban will be hosting a live Q&A on its Facebook page to answer any questions you have about how it manages the road, responds to incidents and keeps traffic flowing across Melbourne.
Neighbourhood Justice Centre
To further explore the operations and unique design elements of Australia’s first community justice centre, register for the NJC’s online information session now.
Architect Zoe Geyer of ZGA STUDIO will walk you through the renovations to this Heritage house, and answer any queries in a live Q&A session.
Join architect Corbett Lyon at home for a live tour through the unique spaces of the Lyon Housemuseum, where domestic life and museum displays converge. Notions of public and private blur.
MacKillop Family Services
Meet Tayla, who grew up in today’s care system. Tayla talks about her history growing up in care during modern times. Only 26 years of age, Tayla grew up in the current system – in both foster and residential care. Tayla shares her story in a live Q&A.
RMIT Design Archives
A peak inside the RMIT Design Archives: a guided tour including a special viewing of the collections with Ann Carew, Curatorial Officer, Harriet Edquist, Professor of Architectural History, and Simone Rule, Archives
Join us for a conversation about our design process and the ideas which informed our design of Split House. We will walk through the concept diagrams, drawings and images of the house to provide an informative description on how we design contemporary additions to heritage buildings. There will be time at the end for questions from the viewers about the project or our process.
The Capitol — RMIT University
Step backstage and (virtually) explore The Capitol’s hidden corners with Peter Malatt, architect and founding director of Six Degrees Architects, and Professor Martyn Hook, Dean, School of Architecture and Urban Design, RMIT. They will even take you behind-the-scenes to spaces not usually accessible to the public.
This live, digital tour offers a truly intimate look inside The Capitol. Peter and Martyn will answer audience questions in a live Q&A following the tour, offering even deeper insights into the history and magic of The Capitol.
West Gate Tunnel Project
Join us as one of the project’s engineers commentates live on an exclusive flythrough of the Footscray Road construction site, running through the latest works as well as an explanation of how the elevated road-building machine works.
Debbie Ryan and Rob McBride, founders of MCR, will give a live tour of their striking and unique Wynnstay house via Instagram Live. The event will be followed with a live Q&A of the project and of MCR’s broader work portfolio. Audience members can ask live questions on the Wynnstay House as well as MCR’s broader work portfolio.
Melbourne Camera Club
Join a live interview with Melbourne Camera Club members, Jane Barnes and Peter Walton, as they discuss how they captured ‘Rainbow Street’ for the ‘Shot in the City of Port Phillip Exhibition’, documenting the diversity of Port Phillip. Hear about the perils of capturing the Jackson St rainbow street installation, and how these photographers pulled off the difficult shot without the help of drone technology. Live Q&A at the end.
Instagram live and Zoom video walk-through highlighting key details & features. Q&A with Architect Sonia Sarangi.
The Davison Collaborative
A live webinar from the Davison Collaborative featuring the project partners, who are also residents of the Collaborative.
Join members of the Lovell Chen architectural and heritage teams, Libby Blamey and Suzanne Zahra for a presentation and Q&A on the restoration story.
Waterside Metal Art Studio
Waterside will be running artist blacksmithing examples live-streamed to the public via Facebook.
Got a question about the Metro Tunnel Project? Our Tunnels & Stations Director, Linda Cantan, and Deputy Director, Paul Thomas, will be live answering your questions.You can submit your questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Swift Science & Technology Centre and Yarram & District Health Service, Integrated Healthcare Centre
Debbie Ryan and Rob McBride, founders of MCR, will give a live presentation on the design and development of the Yarram & District Health Service (YDHS) Integrated Healthcare Centre. Hear more about the design origin and the aspirations for this exciting project for the community of Yarram. Audience members will be invited to ask live questions.
Join Molecule Studio for a live presentation of the project process.
Woodlands Homestead at Living Legends
Tune in to Facebook for a Live Q&A with Dr Andrew Clarke, preceded by the 5-minute introductory video tour of Woodlands Homestead.
Hawthorn Arts Centre
Boroondara Arts invites you to a live online panel discussion with the Hawthorn Historical Society. We’ll discuss the evolution of the Hawthorn Arts Centre, celebrating the many ways in which this building has been a part of the community since the 19th Century.
Join the panel will delve into some popular myths and misconceptions arising from reality TV shows, and provide insights and advice about what it really takes to make a great home.
Queen Victoria Women’s Centre
The talk will be hosted by Katie Sfetkidis who is the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre Emissary. She’ll talk a little about the history of the building and about the We/Connect/PPE Virtual Exhibition tour.
Sunday 26 July
St Paul’s Cathedral
Livestream the Sunday services, held online only.
Springvale Community Hub
Join James Wilson as he shares a virtual walk-through of the soon-to-be-complete Springvale Community Hub, explaining live what makes this project so unique. Live Q&A at the end.
Join us for a conversation about our design process and the ideas which informed our design of the house.
The Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity
Hear firsthand from the Institute’s inaugural Director – and Melburnian of the Year 2014 – Professor Sharon Lewin AO, and the building’s architect, Grimshaw Partner Neil Stonell, how the Institute was, in fact, purpose-designed to respond to a pandemic.
Interview with John and Maureen Ellis. John came to live in the orphanage in 1948 at just 8 years old. Hear about his experiences growing up in the building.
Melbourne Camera Club
Join a live interview with Melbourne Camera Club members, Jane Barnes and Peter Walton, as they discuss how they captured ‘Rainbow Street’ for the ‘Shot in the City of Port Phillip Exhibition’, documenting the diversity of Port Phillip. Hear about the perils of capturing the Jackson St rainbow street installation, and how these photographers pulled off the difficult shot without the help of drone technology. Audiences will get the chance to questions of the photographers at the end.
Architect Michael Roper will take you on a live (virtually) guided tour of the residence. Audience members will be encouraged to participate in the conversation and have their questions answered.
Trades Hall – The People’s Palace!
Join the Trades Hall Buildings and Logistics Organiser, for a guided history tour of the building. The team will guide you through the virtual tour and discuss tales of rebellion, solidarity and working people that have taken place in the people’s palace.
Join members of the Lovell Chen architectural and heritage teams, Stuart Hanafin and Dr Felicity Strong, for a presentation and Q&A on the restoration story.
A dialogue between Architect Zoe Geyer of ZGA Studio and Interior Designer Sarah Reid of SR&O on contemporary alterations and additions to this house in Malvern. A live Q&A session will follow.
Kew Court House
Boroondara Arts invites you to a live online panel discussion with the Kew Historical Society. We’ll discuss the evolution of the Kew Court House, celebrating the many ways in which this building has been a part of the community since the 19th Century.
Architect Speed Dating
Session 1: 3pm – 4pm
Session 2: 4pm – 5pm
Places are strictly limited, booking essential.
Join Prahran Square’s architect, landscape architect and City of Stonnington Director of Environment and Infrastructure for a live Q&A about how the project came to be. Submit your questions via social media or email for our panel of experts.
3.30pm – 4pm
Join a panel discussion with Joachim Holland and Tim Brooks of Fieldwork Projects and Tegan Jone from Contemporary Arts Precincts Ltd, discussing the vision, the process and the outcome.
4.10pm – 4.45pm
Change in Condition – Centre for Projection Art and Bus Radio. Tune in to a live interview with Channon Goodwin, director of Bus Projects and Composite with Centre for Projection Art (all resident organisations at Collingwood Yards) and artist-in-residence Jane Crappsley on Bus Radio discussing her artistic investigation of the sonic life of the building.