The event, which invites AILA’s 130 Fellows, is supported by AILA’s Supporting Corporate Partner, Street Furniture Australia and Outdoor Design Source. Both partners have an affiliation with profiling the people of the profession, with their respective publications, StreetChat and Luminary.
“The AILA Fellows Luncheon is an exceptional opportunity to re-connect with peers, and welcome our newest Fellows. With the support of our partners, we are hoping to make the AILA Fellows Luncheon an annual event to maintain ties between our valuable network of Fellows”, said Mark Frisby FAILA, AILA’s National President.
During the lunch, incoming AILA National Councillor, Malcolm Snow FAILA will chair a Q&A with Darrel Conybeare and William Morrison, founders and directors of Conybeare Morrison International and Street Furniture Australia, and Darren Mansfield AILA, practice director of Context.
Festival of Landscape Architecture: This Public Life brings together international and local thinkers and practitioners from the arts and sciences to explore public life through the lenses of Life + Death, Love + Longing and Participation + Spectacle.
With a provocative and inspiring program of Melbourne-wide industry and public fringe events, city tours, events and installations, the annual Festival of Landscape Architecture, will take over Melbourne from 10–20 October 2015.
View the full Festival program at www.aila.org.au/thispubliclife
About the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA)
AILA is the growing national advocacy body representing 2,500 active and engaged landscape architects, promoting the importance of the profession today and for the future. Committed to designing and creating a better Australia, landscape architects shape the world around us. They conceive, reimagine and transform the outside world from streetscapes to parks and playgrounds, transport solutions to tourism strategies, new suburbs and even cities.
To find out more visit www.aila.org.au