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SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE – 2020 Victorian Architecture Awards – Presentation to Juries
21 Mar 2020 at 8:30 am - 6:00 pm AEDTFree
Considering the circumstances surrounding COVID-19 we are suspending this weekend’s Presentation to Juries event until further notice.
We are currently creating some solutions and alternatives which we will communicate to you as soon as they are confirmed. We understand the need to maintain the integrity of the 2020 AIA Awards program moving forward but our current concern is for the health of our members.
We appreciate your understanding regarding this matter
The Victorian Chapter has partnered with RMIT University to present the 2020 Victorian Architecture Awards – Presentation to Juries as part of 2020 Victorian Architecture Awards and Melbourne Design Week 2020.
This event is open to the public and is free to attend.
Victorian Architecture Awards has received 235 entries for 2020.
Featuring some of Australia’s most prominent architects, the Australian Institute of Architects Presentation to Juries is a rare opportunity for the general public to learn about the influences behind some of Victoria’s most innovative buildings and follow the architectural process from concept to construction. Judging will span 11 major categories, and address 8 specific criteria followed by a short Q&A.
Friday 20 March 5.30pm – 9.00pm at Level 1, 41 Exhibition Street, Melbourne
Saturday 21 March 8.30am – 6.00pm at RMIT Design Hub (change of location from 2019).
In Victoria, entrants are required to present their entry to the jury at Presentation to Juries.
Presentations will run over two days with Friday being held at 41 Exhibition Street, Melbourne and Saturday at the RMIT Design Hub.
Presentations are to be maximum of eight minutes in duration, which are immediately proceeded by two minutes of question time. There will be a five-minute buffer between presentations. It is absolutely necessary for the timetable to be strictly adhered to because the knock-on effect will disadvantage other presenters.
All entrants are to ensure that their presentations are tailored to a maximum of eight minutes in order to provide a fair and equal opportunity to all entrants. Presentations that go overtime will be cut short by the Jury.
Presenters will be provided with a presentation pointer/clicker. This allows all presenters to present standing in order to engage directly with the audience and Jury.
Entrants should bring along their presentation on a USB in PDF and PowerPoint format. Presentations do not need to be submitted in advance.
The presentation rooms will contain the following equipment:
Computer: Toshiba laptop running in Windows 7, running PowerPoint 2013 & Adobe Reader
Projector: 16:9 ratio