ALTS+ADDS – Resilient Communities
28 Sep 2020 at 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEST$5 – $15
Sioux Campbell is the Disaster Resilience Officer for Cairns Regional Council. She has extensive experience in the public and community sectors in community engagement, behaviour change and crisis management. Specialising in tricky environmental issues and risk communication, Sioux is a multi-award winner in public relations, public participation and resilience.
She is a life member of the NZ Association for Environmental Education, a Fellow of the Public Relations Institute of NZ and a regional ambassador for the International Association of Public Participation.
As part of Cox Architecture’s Queensland office for 19 years, and with over 25 years in the industry, Richard has been part of many of the firm’s major projects nationally and internationally. He has undertaken a diverse portfolio of projects throughout his career spanning across a range of building types, including the sports, education, cultural, community, and transport sectors.
Some major themes in Richard’s work have been sport, culture and work in regional Queensland. Recent notable projects include two venues for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games – the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre and the Anna Meares Velodrome, the Cairns Performing Arts Centre, JCU Masterplan and Central Plaza. Richard was the Project Director for the recently completed Queensland Country Bank Stadium in Townsville and the current Cairns Convention Centre expansion.
Richard’s experience extends to many public venues with integrated art projects and a focus on civic engagement. The projects all have a focus on patron and public experience, and have a demonstrable climatic response. Richard is recognised for his ability to bring insightful conceptual thinking to complex strategic problems.
Richard leads the sustainability group for COX Queensland and has been directly involved in leading six-star Green Star projects in Australia.
Dr Kennedy is a partner at Mulder+Kennedy Architects and leads the SubTropical Cities Consultancy. She is focussed on creating climatically-responsive cities, places and buildings for a liveable and just future through strategic design, research and transdisciplinary collaboration. Her research has influenced major urban development proposals and urban policies in Australia and overseas.
Rosemary is an AIA Fellow and is currently an elected member of the AIA’s Queensland Chapter Council. She completed her major study on Next Generation Apartment Buildings as the AIA’s inaugural Dunbar Fellow in 2018.