OHA Members are invited to a special event: a brief introduction to the UniSA Architecture Museum and a ‘white gloves’ viewing of some of its treasures.
Date: Wednesday 23 August
Time: 12 – 1 pm (followed by lunch in a nearby café for those who can stay on)
Cost: Free, but RSVP is essential. Limited places available.
RSVP by Friday 18 August: firstname.lastname@example.org
Place: UniSA Architecture Museum, Kaurna building, Fenn Place, City West campus. The museum is on the entry level of the building, just past the lifts.
The Architecture Museum is a unique repository of more than 200,000 items significant to South Australia’s architectural history. A research facility open to the public, the collection includes architectural drawings, practice records, personal papers, photos, slides, books and periodicals. The Architecture Museum has as its aims the acquisition, preservation and management of architectural and related records produced by private practitioners based in South Australia. The Architecture Museum has used Oral History in several of its research projects, from interviewing post-war homebuilders about their experiences to current architectural practitioners about their use of computer aided design.
UniSA City West campus map: http://www.unisa.edu.au/PageFiles/42273/9323%20CWE%20Campus%20Map%20v4.pdf
Please note that parking can be at a premium; there is 2 hour street parking towards West Terrace, and the tram via North Terrace is also a convenient way to get there.