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Creative director wanted for 2017 Festival of Landscape Architecture

The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) is seeking expressions of interest for a creative director for the 2017 Festival of Landscape Architecture.

Individuals, practices, schools of landscape architecture and collaborative teams are all invited to apply. The creative director will be required to develop the theme and content for the large-scale event.

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The 2017 Festival of Landscape Architecture follows previous festivals Forecast (Brisbane, 2014), This Public Life (Melbourne, 2015) and (Not) In My Backyard (Canberra, 2016). The 2017 festival is due to be held in Sydney in October or November 2017.

The festival is designed to engage with landscape architects, universities, students, government, the public and the community. The festival includes a range of events including a student program, welcome reception, two-day conference, the presentation of the National Landscape Architecture Awards, AILA annual general meeting, national council and state presidents meeting, and public talks, tours and exhibitions.

Expression of interest close at 5 pm AEST on Monday 8 August 2016.

For further information on the role and submission requirements visit the AILA website.

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