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SONA | Design Talks
13 Apr 2020 at 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AWST
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As we all know this current period of separation has proven difficult to maintain and create a sense of community. We want to help that!
All students and architects are invited to join a new weekly online series, “Design Talks.” A FREE event and live streamed fortnightly on SONA’s Facebook page! This presentation will be followed by a period for live Q&A where attendees will have the freedom to ask away.
SONA will cover a range of topics that every architecture student has ever wondered about.
🌟Ever wondered how to make a portfolio?
🌟How to apply for a job?
🌟What to do after graduation?
We’re lucky to be accompanied by special industry professionals who will share their thoughtful insight on a range of topics such as “How do I make a portfolio and apply for a job?” or “Things I wish I knew after graduation.”
First Topic: How do i make a portfolio and apply for jobs?
Speaker: Nicholas Putrasia | Kerry Hill Architects - Nicolas will be talking about the crafting of a consistent and comprehensive portfolio in different platforms (and how to make it personal).
Second Topic: What is there apart from architecture?
Speaker: Jaime Mayger (is not an architect) – has been forging a path through the uncharted territories of non-practice-based architecture in Perth and wants to share some of that journey with you, including some inspiring folks she found along the way.
Third Topic: How do i make a portfolio and apply for jobs?
Speaker: Jacqui Britto | Klopper & Davis Architects – Jacqui has worked in many interesting practices including Kerry Hill, Coniglio Ainsworth and now a studio manager at Klopper & Davis, so she knows what is expected from graduates that apply for jobs!
Forth Topic: Things I wish I knew after graduation.
Speaker: Lee Yang Yang | Philip Stejskal Architecture – will be talking about his personal experiences in a small practice at Philip Stejskal Architecture with materials and dimensions that he wish he knew a bit more in the first few years of working – and a related overarching Sexagesimal Man (Base 60) theory that he has been putting a lot of thought in.