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Meet the Traditional Owners

  • Public Event
18th February 2020
Hypothetical Project of Ngadjuri Arts & Education Centre which captures the living landscape of the area

PUBLIC Event co-hosted by Regional Council of Goyder and UniSA

Tuesday 10 March 2020 4pm - 6pm

@ Paxton Square Christian Bible Chapel, Kingston Street Burra

(nibbles provided, wine available for purchase)

As part of the 1st semester 2020 UniSA's Masters of Architecture, Advanced Architectural Design Studio (Environment) "rural futures" - hypothetical Ngadjuri Arts & Education Centre Project

Ngadjuri stores animate this landscape speak of an earlier history. Language and traditions of Ngadjuri cultural heritage have been predominantly lost to its people and the broader community. This is a unique opportunity to reconnect with the Traditional Owners of this region, their insight, their future visions and their aspirations around a united future.

Hypothetical Project

The new facilities comprise tourism information disseminated through gallery & interpretive spaces; performance areas merging inside and outside with your educational focus on reviving knowledge of language, stories and local indigenous foods. Set in semi-arid context this cultural structure represents its clients' efforts toward an understanding and acknowledgement of past histories, with a future vision for a connected and aligned future. Environmental strategies involve investigation of global indigenous design strategies, ranging from low tech solutions to sustainable technologies for a high performance and optimal building envelope, minimising mechanical interventions.