A panel of Indigenous architects, artists, academics and heritage professionals discussing "Haunting, Memory and Place" at the Australian Centre for Architectural History, Urban and Cultural Heritage's (ACAHUCH) annual symposium.
The session will be chaired by architect Jefa Greenaway, a descendant of the Wailwan and Kamilaroi peoples, director of Greenaway Architects, and Chair of Indigenous Architecture and Design Victoria. The panel will discuss ancestral connection to place resonates with contemporary Indigenous society and the impact his has on architecture, art and design.
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