Architecture publishing discussion panel

Andrew MacKenzie, publisher of URO Media.

Andrew MacKenzie, publisher of URO Media.

Gordon Goff, publisher of ORO Editions.

Gordon Goff, publisher of ORO Editions.

AIA Queensland Chapter hosts a discussion panel on the importance of publishing and media both as a record of architectural works as well a critique of the discourse.

Queensland Chapter President Shane Thompson will chair a panel of publishing a media experts including Australian publisher Andrew Mackenzie of URO Media, and Gordon Goff, publisher of California-based ORO Editions who will join the discussion amidst his first Australian tour. The discussion will cover all aspects of the publishing process from submission to publication including:

  • How to approach editors and publishers
  • Selection criteria for different media types (online, magazine and monographs)
  • The importance of good photography
  • The difference between descriptive, analytical and critical writing.

This event attracts 2 Informal CPD points on completion of assessments. Registration is required.

6 - 8 pm
Queensland Chapter Auditorium
70 Merivale Street
South Brisbane

Event details
Date
Thursday, 6 Mar 2014 Past event
Location
Queensland Chapter Auditorium
70 Merivale Street,  South Brisbane,  Qld  4101,  Australia
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