Geelong Design Week

19–29 March 2020

  • Redesigning learning for students

    25 March

    Celebrating the new innovation precinct at Sacred Heart College where taking an agile approach to innovation and change in education will pave the way for problems yet to be determined. Critical thinking, problem solving and imagination will be critical survival skills in future workplaces. Tour Sacred Heart College’s new Innovation...

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  • Creative conversation

    28 March

    Join us for a dynamic conversation with a panel of speakers exploring the connection between art, design, community, and social enterprise. A dynamic panel conversation which will explore the connection between art, design, community and social enterprises. The expert panel features art historian, curator, academic and founder of The Social...

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  • Plexus 2020

    From 18 March

    Exploring light, shadow, sound and air, Plexus 2020 is the 21st Century iteration of an 18th Century Dalgetty & Sons wool store in Geelong. Immerse yourself in an exploration of space using paper, light, and shadow to examine their affective relationships. Plexus 2020 is an exhibition that explores and celebrates light, shadow,...

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  • Design city: Building an innovation ecosystem

    From 18 March

    Featuring renowned international speakers, this two-day event explores ways of using design and creativity to sustainably develop cities into Innovation Ecosystems. Design City will bring together local leaders and design experts from around the world to investigate how design and creativity can be used to develop cities into innovation ecosystems....

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  • Technology to capture our heritage

    25 March

    See how smart technology can document, protect and celebrate our unique heritage and why the rapid pace of change we’re experiencing makes preserving our heritage more important than ever. Geelong is synonymous with wool and the wool industry, having once been known as ‘the wool capital of the world’. How...

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  • Designing art: 10×10

    27 March

    Ten artists reveal the design thinking process underpinning the work behind Geelong’s major arts events Mountain to Mouth Extreme Arts Walk and Geelong After Dark Ten artists, ten artworks, ten designs: ten 10-minute talks. Geelong’s major arts events Mountain to Mouth Extreme Arts Walk and Geelong After Dark draw from...

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  • Building sustainable food systems for our community

    21 March

    Hear about how sustainable food systems and community initiatives are creating a healthier Geelong. Local leaders discuss building community through sustainable food systems. Meet the pioneers who are designing, developing and creating more sustainable food systems and other initiatives that are bringing our community together. Big Boom will host presentations...

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  • Theatre by design: imagining from page to stage

    25 March

    Step behind the stage and hear from contemporary theatre designers about their process for realising their vision on-stage. Open your mind to new ways of designing. Open your mind to new ways of designing. The Geelong Arts Centre invites you into the wings to hear from contemporary theatre designers from...

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  • Design Strategy Forum: Excellence by design

    26 March

    Hear how businesses and organisations have integrated design into their core business strategy to drive a competitive advantage. The world’s leading businesses all have one thing in common – design is at the centre of everything they do. From branding and identity to products, services and organisational culture, design provides...

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  • Geelong: a self-healing City

    24 March

    Led by architecture, environmental design and planning expert Dr Phillip B. Roös, this facilitated discussion explores the prospect of ‘Self-Healing Cities’. The session considers emerging concepts of biophilic design, architectural sciences, and closed-loop economies and their impact on infrastructure, new energy and waste management. Self-healing cities: applying whole systems thinking...

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  • The City Presents: Wadawurrung landscapes, living spaces and built environment

    19 March

    Anthropologist Heather Threadgold and Melinda Kennedy, Wadawurrung woman will discuss Wadawurrung landscapes, living spaces and the built environment. Wadawurrung landscapes, living spaces and built environment. A combination of cultural knowledge and the historical layers of our built environment presents a hidden landscape that is visible and, at times, has been...

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  • Design is everywhere

    21 March

    A series of short and sharp discussions from a range of voices on design issues of interest to a UNESCO City of Design. A short and sharp relay discussion on design issues. A range of diverse voices drawn from built environment professions will explore issues integral to a UNESCO City...

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  • Earthed Not Wired

    21 March

    We live at a time of ecological crisis. Changing how we think about the nature/human interface in the urban context is vital. Biophilic design offers real solutions through harnessing the patterns of nature we innately process and that shape our response physically and mentally to the sense of place. Connecting...

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  • Co-designing an inclusive visitor centre

    26 March

    Participate in a workshop about research and inclusive design approaches to develop an inclusive visitor centre in Geelong Co-designing the brief for a Geelong Inclusive Visitor Centre. This workshop focuses on five principles of action: Adopt inclusive co-research and co-design approaches for development; Embed principles of Universal Design; Ensure built...

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  • The International Indigenous Design Charter

    From 19 March

    Learn about the Australian Indigenous Design Charter and how it aims to help accurately and respectfully represent Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture in design and media. Exhibition about the story of the International Indigenous Design Charter. The International Indigenous Design is an expansion of the Australian Indigenous Design...

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  • Digital Innovation Challenge and design thinking workshop

    24 March

    A guided, five-step design thinking workshop to re-imagine Geelong’s Arts and Culture Trails mobile app and its potential to share cultural experiences. Experience the Design Thinking process; a mobile App for focus. The City of Greater Geelong – Arts & Culture Department will guide a five-step Design Thinking process using...

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  • A new Civic Precinct: designing for a sustainable future

    24 March

    Join Cox Architecture and a panel of design experts on the journey of designing the City’s new Civic Precinct, including best-practice design principles and the plan for creating a world-class accessible public precinct. Join us for the journey: designing our new Civic Precinct. Join our award-winning architects Cox Architecture and...

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  • Design-led innovation meet up group

    24 March

    A group for design thinking enthusiasts looking to explore design-led innovation by sharing insights and having conversations with like-minded people over a coffee. An informal round-table discussion on design-led innovation. This event is hosted by Geelong’s Design-led Innovation Meet-up Group (and coordinated by G2 Innovation). This is a group for...

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  • Superimpose: a portrait exhibition

    From 19 March

    An exhibition capturing what happens when creative students from graphic design, make-up, floristry, cookery and interior design collaborate to create something truly remarkable. A large-format photographic portrait exhibition. This exhibition captures what happens when many creative students from graphic design, specialist makeup, floristry, cookery and interior design, collaborate with their...

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  • 20th century architecture and landscapes: the vision for Geelong

    27 March

    A panel discussion exploring Geelong’s architectural and landscape development during the 20th Century – as a major regional city with significant public and commercial buildings. Panel session on Geelong’s 20th Century architecture, landscapes and adaptation. During the 20th Century Geelong developed as a major regional city with significant public and...

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  • A 21st century garden adapted for climate challenges

    From 25 March

    Tour a garden that’s been created during prolonged drought and designed to adapt to the challenges of global warming and climate change. Challenging what a Botanic Garden should look like with design. The 21st Century garden’s design, materials and plant selection challenge the traditional notion of what a Botanic Garden...

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  • Saved from landfill: ‘re-‘ rescued timber cup holders

    From 19 March

    See how timber waste can be recycled and turned into coffee cup holders – the ultimate office accessory. ‘re-‘ rescued timber cupholders engage a responsible cafe loving community. Design Wharf Creative is an art, design and maker start-up based in Newtown. We focus on sustainable initiatives and improved environmental conditions...

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  • Taking a closer look: collage workshops

    From 21 March

    A hands-on workshop to deconstruct old and new images of Geelong and create a collage that incorporates the known in a different way. Create a collage inspired by Geelong’s unique design features. Join Katherine Marmaras for a workshop where you will deconstruct images of Geelong’s old and new design elements...

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  • Regional Rail Revival

    From 20 March

    Waurn Ponds Station is one of the first regional stations designed with User Centred Design principles to better understand the needs of passengers. Learn about the process for delivering a better rail service between Geelong and Melbourne. The application of User Centred Design at Waurn Ponds Station. Waurn Ponds Station...

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  • Designing the ideal human habitat

    From 21 March

    This interactive and collaborative event explores and designs the ideal environment for human habitation. A collaborative event to design the ideal human environment. An interactive event to collaboratively design the ideal environment for humans. Participants come together to explore what this might look, feel and be like. This ideal environment...

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  • 3D Clay Printing: the new craft technology

    22 March

    See a 3D clay printing demonstration, from design to construction and gain an understanding of the properties of clay.  3D clay printing technology collides with traditional clay making techniques 3D clay printing is ‘doing ceramics differently’. It’s much more than just pressing a button. It requires a combination of information...

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  • A clever and creative solution for stormwater at the Geelong Botanic Gardens

    29 March

    Tour the stormwater harvesting dam that reinvents Bunce’s Billabong and creates a natural wetland promoting diverse plant and animal life. GBG Stormwater Harvesting Dam – A clever, creative and sustainable solution! The Stormwater Harvesting Dam uses new technology to reinvent Bunce’s Billabong from the original curator’s era. This new initiative...

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  • b.sirius textile design: pop up shop

    From 19 March

    Meet the designer and see the textile history of b.sirius – Geelong designed and ethically produced supplier of vegan handbags, shopping bags and accessories. ** Venue – please note that the event location may change, please check back here prior to the event date ** At b.sirius, we do design...

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  • Pop-up botanic art shop and plant nursery

    29 March

    Buy plants and artwork sourced from the Geelong Botanic Gardens and School of Botanical Art. Geelong School of Botanical Art and Nursery do it differently! Friends of Geelong Botanic Gardens run a Plant Nursery and manage the Geelong School of Botanical Art. Situated within a botanic garden, the Nursery and...

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  • We the Makers Design Festival – Paper workshop with Dr Mary-Jane Walker

    22 March

    Design a torn recycled paper bird image for a poster and an endangered bird sculpture using recycled materials with Dr Mary-Jane Walker. Join Mary-Jane Walker for this two-hour workshop. Learn design techniques, colour selection and paper cutting as well as looking at how public art can communicate ideas about action...

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  • Taking a closer look: exhibition

    From 26 March

    See an exhibition of collages created at the workshops at Geelong Art Space for Design Week. An inspiring exhibition of workshop participants’ artworks. This exhibition provides an opportunity for locals and visitors to take a closer look at the less obvious design elements that make Geelong a UNESCO City of...

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  • Museum of Industry

    25 March

    Explore Geelong’s industrial architecture and artistic works that envision a new ‘museum of industry’. Be sure to bring your camera on this guided walking tour. Museum of Industry explores the industrial architecture in Geelong. The aim is to shift cultural stigma of industrial architecture. An introduction of artistic works exploring...

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  • Who’s designing your future?

    From 19 March

    An exhibition celebrating Upstart’s seven years of kickstarting young entrepreneurs. Come celebrate Upstart’s Innovative Changemakers, crafting a better tomorrow! We give the young people of Geelong the ability to design their ideal future and ask them What’s Your Big Idea To Positively Change Your World. Doing it differently is inherently...

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  • Design thinking essentials

    26 March

    Learn the foundations of design thinking and understand how to see problems in new ways and identify creative solutions that make an impact. Learn the foundations of design thinking. Design Thinking is a mindset, skillset and toolset for driving growth and change. In recent years momentum for using Design Thinking...

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  • From Stage to Screen

    23 March

    Geelong’s own Back to Back Theatre, together with its screen partners, will discuss how it is venturing onto big and little screens around the world with content created and filmed in Geelong. An open conversation about making major screen projects in Geelong. Geelong’s own Back to Back Theatre, together with...

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  • Bright lights in the big city

    From 19 March

    Experience the ‘best of the best’ highlights reel of City Hall projections which includes work by renowned artists Matt Bonner, Alex Evans and Olaf Meyer. For many years City Hall has lit up with the artistry of talented Geelong-based projection artists including Matt Bonner, Alex Evans and Olaf Meyer. As...

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  • The Look

    From 19 March

    From Canberra’s National Portrait Gallery, The Look is a collection of photographic portraits of extraordinary Australians. A collection of photographic portraits of extraordinary Australians. You don’t have to be beautiful to have it, or young, or famous or notorious. You don’t have to dress on-trend, or even neatly. From Canberra’s...

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  • Geelong inventions past and future – Community Workshop

    24 March

    Share your thoughts on Geelong’s design history, be immersed in a VR experience of iconic local invention the Ford Ute and hear results of ‘Designed by Geelong: a history of invention’. Join us for a fun filled two and a half hours of gathering opinions, inspirational ideas and recalling memories...

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  • Transition Streets Geelong: think globally, act locally

    21 March

    Find out how your home and neighbourhood can develop self-reliant food sources, be more energy efficient, less resource dependent, less wasteful and be a healthier and more enjoyable place to live. A fun film and workshop accelerating our sustainable neighbourhoods together. Most of us are unaware that if everyone lived...

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  • How to knit a rocket: exploring the future of carbon fibre design

    26 March

    A series of lightning presentations from members of the Advanced Fibre Cluster Geelong. Learn about the opportunities and possibilities for carbon fibre and product development. How to Knit a Rocket: Advanced Fibre Design Expo. Find out how design of new strong, lightweight products is solving some of the world’s biggest...

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  • Highlights of Geelong’s 20th century architecture

    From 21 March

    See Geelong’s 20th Century public and commercial architecture, from Art Nouveau and Art Deco to Moderne. Guided walking tour. A guided walk through an important period in Geelong’s development. Presented by Geelong and Region Branch of the National Trust (Victoria) Geelong’s 20th Century public and commercial architecture still flourishes in...

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  • Re-retail: how consuming can be more sustainable

    20 March

    How can retail be used to improve our sustainability? Join a discussion about what a sustainable retail space in Geelong might look like. Using retail to help our transition to a sustainable future. Can we use retail to improve our sustainability? Can reclaimed and repurposed goods be as desirable and...

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  • Steve Sammartino: Australia’s leading futurist

    24 March

    A high octane evening with Steve Sammartino, an acclaimed writer, highly respected media commentator, technology investor and start-up mentor. What does the future hold and how can you prepare for it? Steve Sammartino, our future and developing innovative minds Steve Sammartino, Australia’s leading futurist is an acclaimed writer, highly respected...

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  • Stories that inspire, connect and strengthen our community

    24 March

    Come and be swept away by the HuG movement People have never been more isolated or bombarded by ‘bad news fatigue’. Humans in Geelong utilize the powerful medium of storytelling to create positive social change. We INSPIRE, CONNECT and STRENGTHEN our community! Focus on ‘good news’. Be swept away by...

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  • Age-defying bridges tour

    25 March

    See how sustainable and innovative solutions have created age-defying pedestrian bridges in our region. Unveiling a world first in bridge design and manufacture. Meet the tour at Federal Mills, to share the story about what makes the bridges so special and ground breaking, followed by a short bus trip to...

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  • We the Makers Design Festival – Create a sustainable wardrobe with fashion designer Courtney Holm

    22 March

    Join A.BCH founder and acclaimed Geelong-based sustainable fashion designer, Courtney Holm to learn how to create a sustainable wardrobe Do it differently by becoming a maker, do it differently by getting tactile, do it differently by using your hands and helping the planet. National Wool Museum workshops will help you...

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  • Fast-forwarding innovation with Google’s design-sprint process

    20 March

    Learn the process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping and testing ideas with customers. Fast-forwarding innovation with Google’s Design Sprint process. The Design Sprint is a five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers. Developed at Google, it’s a “greatest hits”...

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  • Artistic immersion: Hannah Nowlan

    28 March

    An installation of works and large scale mural from emerging artist Hannah Nowlan, whose abstract style is influenced by Victoria’s coastline and surf culture. Live mural painting and pop up exhibition by Hannah Nowlan. THE KO is excited to present an installation of works by emerging, Victorian based artist Hannah...

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  • What makes a creative city?

    22 March

    Walk through Geelong’s CBD and discuss the creative tools that can be used to create public space together. Learn about European case studies that encourage citizens to take possession of their cities. Walk public streets of Geelong imagining creative placemaking tools together. Let’s walk the public streets of Geelong and...

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  • Production speed dating for the print design professional

    From 25 March

    A match made in heaven – partnering designers with print production professionals Providing access to Print Production professionals to designers. Curating a safe space for the design community focusing on ‘print’ we extract the traditional Production Manager role from the studio, making accessible to designers and creative professionals support and...

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  • Geelong Nature Forum

    28 March

    Where the Rivers Run – a series of nature-based activities, presentations and displays focusing on the animals and plants that inhabit Geelong’s waterways and wetlands. The Geelong Nature Forum 2020 showcases Geelong’s natural wonders. The Geelong Nature Forum 2020 is an exciting, multi-dimensional event, showcasing Geelong’s natural wonders through a...

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  • Digital portraits

    20 March

    An engaging and fun workshop for students exploring portraiture with digital design tools. Students can create vivid animated portraits and then bring them to life with Augmented Reality. Spark your creativity with ACMI Education and emerging technology. Join ACMI Education and Geelong Gallery for an engaging and fun workshop exploring...

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  • Big Day of Design

    24 March

    Big Day of Design will showcase the creative futures possible at The Gordon. Aimed at year 9 students considering VET options or students wanting to study a creative course after year 12. Giving secondary students hands-on experience of the creative careers possible. Big Day of Design showcases the creative futures...

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  • Learn to yarnbomb

    28 March

    Learn the urban art of yarnbombing using colourful yarn or fibre. One-on-one tuition with materials supplied. Make a Yarnbombing display by learning to knit or crochet. Skilled members of both the Yarnbombing class and the Craft group at U3A will provide one on one tuition to anyone who rocks up.All...

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  • Aboriginal designers and design scapes

    19 March

    Renowned indigenous artist Peter Farmer brings public space to life through his contemporary visual artworks that promote the deep connectedness his people have to the natural environment. Aboriginal designers and design scapes showcasing Aboriginal creative’s visual stories. The worlds’ scientists confirm, Australian Aboriginal culture is the oldest continuous culture on...

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  • David Pidgeon: the art and design of brand identity

    26 March

    Acclaimed Creative Director David Pidgeon, from Pidgeon Ward in Melbourne, will present his innovative approach to corporate identity, branding and typeface design. David Pidgeon is the Creative Director of acclaimed Melbourne design practice Pidgeon Ward, and he has built an international reputation as a designer working across a diverse range...

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  • Fostering creativity in schools

    24 March

    A panel discussion with field experts that explores best practices of creativity and innovation in education. Creativity in education -how and why? An expert panel discussion. An exploration of the definition and best practices of creativity and innovation in education. Hosted by Educational Master Student Researcher Tina Mose of Victoria...

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  • Rosewall art + design: workshops and exhibition

    24 March

    Experience a day of design adventure with hands on creative workshops led by experienced designers. Held at Rosewall’s state-of-the-art all abilities centre this event is accessible to all adults and children. A day of design adventure at Rosewall. Rosewall has talented designers who make and create useful items from new...

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  • The future of leadership is design-led

    26 March

    Join us for drinks and nibbles to explore the role design plays in leadership and its ability to develop confident, curious and innovative leaders. How design is enabling a new style of leadership… When people talk about Design it is often in relation to aesthetics, products, services and experiences. However,...

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  • Deakin architecture: celebrating our identity

    From 19 March

    Explore different and alternative ways of celebrating our industrial and regional identity through this exhibition of student projects. Deakin University Architecture exhibition of student work of Geelong projects. Deakin University Architecture Exhibition of Student Work of projects in Geelong at the A+B Gallery at the Waterfront Campus. This work will...

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  • Accessible design: documents to meet everyone’s needs

    20 March

    For people who use Word, PowerPoint, PDF or eLearning software. This event is will be presented by Lyndal Box, Dr Dianne Ashworth and Tim Lucas. Today, and in the future, we expect communication to be more personalised. This event is about “doing it differently” to improve how people access Word,...

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  • Object re-imagined

    From 19 March

    This exhibition provides alternative design solutions to our daily objects, exploring the endless possibilities of domestic living. Object re-imagined provides alternative design solutions to everyday objects, exploring the unlimited possibilities of domestic living. Yan Design Studio’s exhibition highlights how our perceptions of objects are often only skin-deep, and how easily...

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  • Social Cultural Economic X Design

    24 March

    Hear from three design professionals about their experiences of international practice and how different choices and career trajectories enriched their personal and professional experiences. Global creatives share why they call Geelong home. With the focus on gaining valuable insight into life choices we address this year’s theme in a holistic...

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  • Prefab 21: A prototype for a prefabricated tiny home in the 21st century

    From 19 March

    This event focuses on the sustainable design, fabrication and exhibition of a prototype tiny home based on prefabrication technologies from FormFlow, Deakin Architecture and the HOME research hub Microvillage team. Prefab 21 will showcase and explore next generation design and manufacturing for 21st century houses. In doing so, it will...

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  • Active Geelong Physical HACKtivity Day

    26 March

    A systems-thinking approach to identifying the barriers, challenges and enablers to participation in physical activity in the northern suburbs of Geelong. Please note – this workshop is open to registered participants only. If you are interested in attending this event, please contact [email protected] Making Geelong Australia’s most active city through...

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  • A history of Geelong’s inventions, innovations, and promotions

    23 March

    Presenting the thematic history of Geelong and 60 inventions that helped shape the city into what it is today. Regional & Creative: Wool, inventions, architectural design, exhibitions and promotions. Creative life in Geelong was shaped by it becoming Victoria’s wool capital and a manufacturing centre, a basis for over 60...

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  • Resonance + Reflection: design ideas for an expanded Geelong Gallery

    From 19 March

    This event will explore potential ideas, concepts and design schemes for the future expansion of Geelong Gallery into the surrounding cultural precinct. Bookings are not required for this event. Architecture student design ideas for an expanded Geelong Gallery. “Resonance+Reflection” is a creative collaboration between Deakin University and Geelong Gallery. Exploring...

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  • The Reimaginarium presents a vision for sustainable retail

    From 20 March

    What if you could have all of the benefits of a new product with none of the environmental drawbacks? Visit The Hangar to see how incredible this might be. Old can be better than new … see how and why. What if you could have all of the benefits of...

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  • Collection leads: Kate Beynon – kindred spirits

    From 19 March

    Kate Beynon – kindred spirits is part of the Collection leads series of exhibitions that draw on major works held in the Geelong Gallery collection to build a deeper understanding of the artist’s practice. Bookings are not required for this event. Kate Beynon—kindred spirits merges diverse pictorial traditions with personal...

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  • PopCycle: a mobile placemaking platform of Geelong

    From 21 March

    A unique placemaking platform that uses pedal power to generate a living space on the street. Bring your bike and come along for the ride. What characterizes Geelong and its people? We notice two things: Love for good food, coffee, local handmade craft and design, and Cycling. We respond with...

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  • Young minds, emerging technologies and a future focus

    From 19 March

    An event showcasing the innovative learning programs using emerging technologies at Geelong Tech School This event is by invitation only. Please contact Kellie Andrews [email protected] Geelong Tech School showcasing innovative learning programs with emerging technologies. Geelong Tech School is a vibrant, technology rich, STEM learning hub designed and purpose built...

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  • Ground-breaking accessible display home

    26 March

    Learn about the latest innovations and technology in disability housing This ground-breaking display home for people with disability – a collaboration between genU, Burbank Homes and Villawood Properties – is a three-bedroom house sited in the centre of Geelong’s largest display home village. The house showcases innovative technology which supports...

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  • The Compostable Designer: pop up shop

    From 19 March

    A selection of compostable and biodegradable t-shirts for men, women and children. ** Venue – please note that the event location may change, please check back here prior to the event date ** The End Is The Perfect Place To Start Again …. The Compostable Designer is a concept product...

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  • We the Makers Design Festival – Kathy Holowko’s fibre workshop

    22 March

    Kathy Holowko will introduce the concepts behind her fibre-based artwork and give a hands-on demonstration on the ways to turn fibre into sculpture. Participants can choose which method of construction they would like to explore and make their own cocoon like sculpture to take home. Do it differently by becoming...

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  • Geelong inventions past and future – Industry Round Table

    24 March

    How can immersive experiences like virtual reality empower local communities to think differently about our heritage? Deakin University, the City of Greater Geelong, Geelong Gallery, Geelong Library and Heritage Centre, and the National Wool Museum have been exploring how immersive experiences like virtual reality empower local communities to think differently...

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  • Upcycled fashion and street art

    21 March

    The perfect combo: Eco-fashion and street art in The Garage From the crew that brought you The Powerhouse, Malthouse, The Garage will host Eco-Fashion designer Fernanda Covarrubias, who in partnership with The Conscious Closet will showcase her latest Up-cycled collection, styled with unique vintage pieces in this new exciting venue!...

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  • Discover your planet saving super powers

    28 March

    Use the super power of design thinking to become a Climate Agent and help solve today’s environmental challenges. Suitable for children aged 9-12 and an accompanying adult. Discover your planet saving super-powers using design thinking. Children aged 9-12 and an accompanying adult are invited to become Climate Agents and solve...

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  • Deakin architecture gold lecture series

    20 March

    Hear from some of the world’s best practitioners in architecture, each awarded gold medal status for their contribution to design. Deakin Architecture will be kicking off their Gold Lecture Series with Pritzker Prize winning architect GLENN MURCUTT, AO. Deakin University School of Architecture and Built Environment will be hosting a...

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  • Breaking the Binary Code

    26 March

    Presentation and panel narrative on considerate and informed project approach. Exploration of the Breaking the Binary Code project which focused on working with LGBTIQA+ young people and community to challenge gender and sexuality constructions, stereotypes and relationship expectations; to prevent family violence. Panel will explore collaboration from perspective of project...

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  • Accessible design: inside and out

    20 March

    For businesses and people who want a truly accessible Geelong Geelong is now the home of the NDIA. This means that Geelong has a responsibility to lead the way regarding accessibility. This means changing the way we think about accessibility and address issues differently. Accessibility design is not just about...

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