John Gollings landscape architecture photography masterclass and talk

Leading Australian architecture and landscape architecture photographer John Gollings will teach a masterclass and present a talk at the Gallery of Australian Design in late April to coincide with his work being shown in the Site Seeing: A decade of landscape architecture through the lens exhibition.

The masterclass will take place during the day on Thursday 30 April, and will run from 9.00am until 2.00pm. Participants will visit landmarks such as the National Arboretum and Parliament House, and will have the opportunity to work with Gollings. Tickets are $100 full price, or $80 for students. Only 20 places are available.

A talk will follow the masterclass on Thursday 20 April, with Gollings sharing insight into his career and work. The talk runs from 6.00pm to 8.00pm and is $20 for Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture members, and $30 for non-members. Only 40 tickets are available.

The events will run concurrently with the exhibition Site Seeing: A decade of landscape architecture through the lens which is running at the Gallery of Australian Design until 15 May. The exhibition presents a reflection on iconic images by Australian architectural photographers, including John Gollings, Dianna Snape and Frederick Jones. Details of the exhibition here.

CPD Points apply. More information about the master class here and the talk here.

Event details
Thursday, 30 Apr 2015 + Add to Calendar
Gallery of Australian Design
47 Jardine St,  Kingston,  ACT  2604,  Australia
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