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Join MPavilion and a slew of design pundits and punters for a momentary detour discussing the intersections between design and the world we live in. MPavilion is an annual Melbourne-based architecture commission hosting the best conversations, workshops and performances over the Australian spring and summer.
 
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What’s the art of science education and the place of art-making in science?Learn from leading science educators and artists about their study of nature, and how lessons from their research can shape our future.Featuring insights from Melbourne Zoo experts.Surroundings offers a fresh look at our relationship with space, the environment and each othe…
 
Listen in to a series of conversations led by beloved Triple R broadcasters Lauren Taylor and Simon Winkler in conversation with our Walsh Street Music artists.For the final installment of our Walsh Street Music program, Gregor work his musical magic in a room of legendary architect Robin Boyd's famous Walsh St home. Melbourne prog-pop eccentric Gr…
 
Listen in to a series of conversations led by beloved Triple R broadcasters Lauren Taylor and Simon Winkler in conversation with our Walsh Street Music artists.For part five of our Walsh Street Music program, Baby T occupies a seat in Robin Boyd's iconic home, filling the walls with his original style and emotive lyrical comprehension. The Sudanese…
 
Listen in to a series of conversations led by beloved Triple R broadcasters Lauren Taylor and Simon Winkler in conversation with our Walsh Street Music artists.For part four of our Walsh Street Music program, Sleeper & Snake fill a room in Robin Boyd's iconic home with their warbled vocals, fizzed improvised interludes, and shifting layers of sound…
 
Listen in to a series of conversations led by beloved Triple R broadcasters Lauren Taylor and Simon Winkler in conversation with our Walsh Street Music artists.In part three of the series Lauren Taylor and Simon Winkler talk to versatile Chinese/Australian Composer and Guzheng Performing Artist. Mindy Meng Wang. Born and classically trained in Chin…
 
Listen in to a series of conversations led by beloved Triple R broadcasters Lauren Taylor and Simon Winkler in conversation with our Walsh Street Music artists. In part two of the series Lauren Taylor and Simon Winkler talk to Sweet Whirl. Sweet Whirl is the songwriting project of singer and multi-instrumentalist Esther Edquist. For the Walsh St Pr…
 
Listen in to a series of conversations led by beloved Triple R broadcasters Lauren Taylor and Simon Winkler in conversation with our Walsh Street Music artists. In part one of the series Lauren and Simon talk to Kee'ahn. Kee'ahn is a proud Gugu Yalanji, Jirrbal, Zenadth Kes song woman who has ventured from her home town in North Queensland, to purs…
 
To many of us cities are places of freedom and opportunity imbued with values and qualities we respect. Yet every city has its invisible past and its forgotten people. This episode explores the legacy of colonialism in the contemporary city, speaking with Mabel O. Wilson in New York, Finn Pedersen in Perth and Sarah Lynn Rees in Melbourne. Presente…
 
Sentences are kind of like suburbs. They’re places where we can use space well… or badly. Are your ideas clear, human and easy to navigate? Or are your readers driving long distances to get to something they need?In this workshop, the grammar enthusiasts at The Good Copy will explore some tactics to help us make the most of our sentence space.Pull …
 
Significant research and experimentation are taking place across the globe in the domain of new fabrication processes, prototyping studies and technical advances at the scale of facades, pavilions, structures and buildings. These trajectories are diverse and disparate, working with new materials, new technologies, new computational systems and mult…
 
The suburbs are no place to raise a child.Does it really take a village to raise a child? How about a city, or a suburb?On March 5, Right Angle Studio brought together some of Melbourne’s great minds to flesh these ideas out in front of a live audience. The inaugural Place Debate pits the city against the suburbs as two teams respond to the idea th…
 
Poetry and beekeeping finally came together in this wonderful event, seeing creative beekeeping practice Honey Fingers debut his poetry anthology—titled Sparrows in the Supermarket—with selected readings and a honey-themed grazing table.Honey Fingers is more than an urban beekeeping network—beekeeping is a wonderful and often mindful look into the …
 
Listen back to this artist talk with Yen Chou, Artistic Director of VM Studio + Very Theatre (狠主流 & 狠劇場) and Edwin Kemp Attrill, Artistic Director of ActNow Theatre about merging their artistic practices for Virtual Intimacy.The Asia-Pacific Triennial of Performing Arts—or Asia TOPA—settles into MPavilion for an action-packed month-long residency f…
 
This podcast from early 2020 explores the potential of technology-driven approaches to drive innovation in the area of healthcare architecture, design and research. Virtual Reality (VR) is an emerging and rapidly developing technology that can be used as a powerful method to engage end-users in healthcare and design projects. It is well suited for …
 
Listen back as Takao Kawaguchi, Linda Sastradipradja and Amaara Raheem join in conversation with Dr Philipa Rothfield and Dr Priya Srinivasan. This conversation interrogates the politics of taste; in particular the politics of arts ecologies that define questions of aesthetic value and the systems that support them. In particular, we ask what it me…
 
Listen back us as Parlour—an organisation advocating for gender equity and increased representation in architecture—hosts an informal conversation between Hélène Frichot, Professor of Architecture & Philosophy and Director of the Bachelor of Design at the University of Melbourne, and Charity Edwards, founder of The Afterlives of Cities research col…
 
"Free admission is not enough, we need to do more... it means we have to go with art to the people." —Hans Ulrich Obrist, curator at the Serpentine Gallery in London, in conversation with Victoria Lynn, Director of TarraWarra Museum of ArtEssential listening for anyone interested in art, curation and culture: Hans Ulrich Obrist spoke in early May w…
 
Storytelling has been at the heart of every culture since the dawn of humankind. It’s how we’ve sought to make sense of who we are and how we interact with the world around us. From rock walls and campfires to theatres and dinner tables, the platforms for our storytelling have been as varied as the yarns themselves. As we find ourselves deeper and …
 
This facilitated conversation and interactive workshop asks: Why is Australia not seeing a tidal rise of young women, and women of colour, rising up in politics?This event brought together a range of perspectives, from youth activists, the Melbourne School of Government, Democracy in Colour, artists, and designers who specialise in systems re-desig…
 
Bring your lunch and your curiosity and listen back to this picnic conversation. Facilitated by Singapore-born artist Jamie Lewis, and joined by table hosts from a range of artistic, cultural and professional backgrounds, prod at the boundaries of the multiplicity of the ‘Asian-Australian’ narrative.The Asia-Pacific Triennial of Performing Arts—or …
 
For the final instalment of the Wednesday Assembly series, we were joined by South Sudanese Australian musician Ajak Kwai, broadcaster, producer and writer Namila Benson, and Dr Vicki Couzens. Simon, Ajak and Namila discuss MPavilion’s March theme — Knowledge: Shared Learning, Shared Power.Lauren Taylor and Simon Winkler, hosts of 3RRR’s Breaking &…
 
Listen back to this talk with Takao Kawaguchi, Linda Sastradipradja and Amaara Raheem in conversation with Dr Philipa Rothfield and Dr Priya Srinivasan. This conversation interrogates the politics of taste; in particular the politics of arts ecologies that define questions of aesthetic value and the systems that support them. In particular, they as…
 
This talk explores the potential of technology-driven approaches to drive innovation in the area of healthcare architecture, design and research. Virtual Reality (VR) is an emerging and rapidly developing technology that can be used as a powerful method to engage end-users in healthcare and design projects.It is well suited for projects aiming to d…
 
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