AILA launches the program for Australia’s first Landscape Architecture Festival

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The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) has launched the program for Australia’s first Landscape Architecture Festival. The theme for the inaugral event is Forecast – designed to inspire and engage by re-imagining the way we meet and celebrate the [landscape] profession, share our stories and learn through discourse and debate.

The festival to be held in Brisbane from 16th to 18th of October to explore, define and forecast Landscape Architecture from differing perspectives. The Festival program includes exhibition, walks, self-guided walks, a research forum and conference.

The conference will feature topics including Research, Collaboration, Narratives, Regeneration, Tactical Urbanism and Cultural Engagement, Big Projects, Big Strategy, and Big Future. Speakers include landscape architects, architects, academics, editors, journalists, authors, and more. The festival will also include the National AILA Awards and the launch of the new AILA website.

For more information and registration go to FORECAST – 2014 Landscape Architecture Festival