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Architectural Interventions Workshops – tutored by Cave Urban

Sat 27 January - Sun 28 January

$20

Produced by – the CORRIDOR project & Facilitated by Orange Cowra Cabonne Science Hub – Supported by Inspiring Australia

A two day workshop with celebrated arts, architecture and cultural company Cave Urban. The workshops will bring together local communities and artists/architects collaborating in the construction of a dome dwelling, using traditional weaving techniques and construction methodologies. The constructions will be publicly exhibited as a site ‘environment’ installation for inaugural event ERTHWRX24 during National Science Week August 2024, located at the CORRIDOR project [All materials provided]

ARCHITECTURAL INTERVENTIONS Workshops – tutored by Cave Urban – Saturday 27th + Sunday 28th – 2024 | Humanitix

Cave Urban Tutor: Juan-Pablo – Co-Founder | Creative Director CAVE URBAN

Chilean architect and sculptor Juan Pablo was born in Santiago in 1978. He studied Architecture at the University of Chile and holds a Masters in Sustainable Design from The University of Sydney, founded by the Chilean Government through the Becas Chile Scholarship program. Co-Founder of international collective Cave Urban, he started carrying out research in bamboo structures and vernacular architecture in 2011. Pablo participated in a series of bamboo workshops and cross-cultural exchanges in Thailand, Taiwan and Portugal. Throughout his career Pablo has had a close involvement with large scale installations and public sculpture. His work encompasses a wide spectrum of materials; from the traditional – steel and bronze, to the ephemeral – bamboo, ice and snow. He has represented Chile in several snow and ice sculpting competitions around the world including competitions held in China, Japan, Argentina and Canada.

Organizer

The CORRIDOR project + Science Hub
Phone
0413 910 697

Other

Local government area
Cowra
Artforms
Visual arts, Textiles, Multi-Arts, STEAM
Source
Submitted online
Event contact details (phone/ email)
thecorridorproject@icloud.com
EVENT IMAGE credits (artist and/or photographer).
CAVE URBAN - Transience , Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2019

Venue

The Corridor Project, Wyangala
Darbys Falls, NSW Australia + Google Map

 

The What’s On calendar covers arts and heritage events happening across the NSW Central West in the local government areas of Bathurst Region, Blayney, Cabonne, Cowra, Forbes, Lachlan, Lithgow, Mid-Western Region, Oberon, Orange, Parkes and Weddin.

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