Explore the role of women in the creation of the modern Australian city at a free talk in the Queen Victoria Gardens' MPavilion.
Presented by Parlour, an advocacy group committed to expanding the opportunities for women in Australian architecture, Women Transforming the City will feature some of the foremost architectural experts in the country. Together, they discuss the incalculable contribution of women in the development of the nation's urban spaces.
Join Parlour founder Justine Clarke, urbanist Jane Jose, architect Shelly Penn and historians Renate Howl and Karen Burns as they chronicle the ways in which female activists, architects, philanthropists and politicians have helped shaped Australia as we know it today.
The discussion begins at 6pm at MPavilion opposite the Arts Centre, and is one of numerous talks in the MTalks program, which will be hosted in the pop-up culture hub over the next four months.