Seven Spectacle and Collapse Festival Highlights

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects will host a conference for landscape architects and public space professionals from October 13 to 16, 2021. The conference will take place in-person, in Perth, at Frasers Kings Park and online, with opportunities to learn, engage and connect with colleagues from across Australia and the globe.

Street Furniture Australia is a proud partner and sponsor of the event. Register for your ticket at the AILA website.

Seven picks from Street Furniture Australia

1. Spectacle and Collapse Program now available

The Spectacle and Collapse Program is now available. An array of events will delve into the ideas of Spectacle: that people in today’s world are continually drawn to the new, and, Collapse: exploring new social, economic, cultural and ecological frameworks through design process and landscape architectural research.

Date: Wednesday 13 to Saturday 16 October, 2021
Schedule: Full program available now
Location: Frasers, Kings Park (in-person), and online
Cost: Tickets available from AILA

2. AILA National Awards (in-person and online)

An evening recognising and celebrating the very best of Australian landscape architecture. The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony, which will take place in-person, in Perth, and online.

Date: Thursday 14 October, 2021
Time: 4:30pm AWST Perth time (in-person), and 8:00pm AEDT Sydney/Melbourne time (online)
Location: The Ritz-Carlton, Perth (in-person), and on Zoom (online)
Cost: Face-to-face: $90 for AILA members, $140 for non-members, Online: Free

For more information, see the AILA website.

3. AILA WA Good Cause Giveaway (in-person)

Street Furniture Australia’s Good Cause Giveaway presents the chance to win five premium new Linea Seats for a local Perth charity project. The winner will be selected by a panel with representatives from the AILA National Executive, WA Chapter and Street Furniture Australia. (Exclusive to WA.)

Date: Enter here by October 15, 2021
Cost: Free

4.  Yorga Tour (in-person)

Immerse in the magnificence of Kings Park, both physically and historically, with the Yorga Walk for attendees of the in-person AILA conference. Explore Kings Park, hearing stories of Whadjuk Country, and the history of the Nyungar people in the area. Visit the Banksia Garden, learn about medicinal and bush foods, and be introduced to various significant spaces, and the significance of the Yorgas (women).

This tour is sponsored by Street Furniture Australia.

Date: Thursday 14 October, 2021
Time: 2pm – 3:30pm AWST
Location: Kings Park, Perth
Cost: Free for Festival attendees – registration essential.

For more information, see the festival website.

5. Trivia O’Clock + Prizes with Street Furniture Australia (online)

Join us on Zoom for a fun game of Trivia — with $1000 worth of prizes on offer, including a Tiny House getaway valued at $500.

Date: Friday 15 October, 2021
Time:  12:45pm AWST (Perth time), 3:45pm AEDT (Sydney time)
Location: On Zoom (link will be provided on the conference platform)
Cost: Free

6. AILA Fellows Dinner (in-person, invitation-only)

Street Furniture Australia, Mondoluce and AILA will host the annual Fellows Dinner at The Basement, within Perth’s The Stables. Enjoy delicious food and drinks, and a chance to unwind, converse, and celebrate with your colleagues. Please note this event is invitation-only.

Date: Friday 15 October, 2021
Time: 7:15pm AWST

7. After Party (in-person)

The Street Furniture Australia Festival After Party presents an opportunity to relax and connect with fellow festival attendees, in a celebratory setting. A drink on arrival, and finger food, are included in your ticket.

Date: Friday 15 October, 2021
Time: From 5:30pm AWST
Location: The Stables Bar, Perth
Cost: Free for festival attendees

For more information, see the AILA website.

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