A man and a woman in corporate attire standing on a bridge in an inner city. The man is gesticulating and they are both looking off into the distance.
A man and a woman in corporate attire standing on a bridge in an inner city. The man is gesticulating and they are both looking off into the distance.
Modern Melbourne: In Conversation with Peter Elliott (2022) Heritage Council Victoria & Open House Melbourne

Open House Melbourne & ACMI Present

Modern Melbourne Premiere

Jordan James Kaye | Australia | | Unclassified (All Ages)
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Join us for the return of Open House Melbourne's documentary series exploring the extraordinary lives and careers of some of our most important architects and designers.

The Modern Melbourne series kicks off with Peter Elliott AM, one of our most celebrated architects and the winner of the Australian Institute of Architects Gold Medal in 2017.

Be immersed in Peter Elliott’s continued exploration of architecture as a form of ‘urban acupuncture’ – a dexterous, responsive and topographic approach to the relationship between architecture and the city.

This premiere screening is followed by a panel discussion moderated by Heritage Council of Victoria’s Chair Professor Phillip Goad with special guests including Dimity Reed, Katelin Butler and Jon Clements.

Format: DCP
Language: English
Source: Heritage Council Victoria & Open House Melbourne
Courtesy: Heritage Council Victoria & Open House Melbourne
Duration: 50 min

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Duration

50 mins

Rating

Unclassified (All Ages)

Schedule

6pm - Modern Melbourne: In Conversation with Peter Elliott
7:07pm - Panel Discussion
7:37pm - Q&A
8pm - Event concludes

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Cinema 2, Level 2
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