“Thinking about Australia and Japan’s future – Learning from the experience of natural disaster”

Touching upon Japanese historical knowledge, construction technology, activities of rehabilitation organised by architects and artists. What support can Japan provide in the case of disasters in Australia? What are the preparations and prevention Australians do for natural disasters. Discussion by 3 Japanese guests and professionals from QUT and UQ to share the ideas about the future of Australia and Japan.

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Venue : School of Design [Main Lecture Theatre]
Date & Time : 06 February (Fri) 18:00 Start – [17:00 open]
Capacity: 230
Ticket : $30.00 ( advance $20.00)
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    (Associate Professor – Dept. of Architecture, Graduate School of Engineering, Kobe University)
    (Jun Sakaguchi Architect)
  • Naomi KASUMI
    (Associate Professor of Art & Art History at Seattle University)
  • Paul SANDERS
    (Professor, Head of School, School of Design, Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of Technology)
  • Andrew WILSON
    (Lecturer – School of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology, The University of Qu eensland)
    (Strategic Planning Manager I Strategic Planning City Planning and Economic Development Branch City Planning & Sustainability Division | BRISBANE CITY COUNCIL)

【Introduction】Miyuki SUZUKI (Griffith University School of Environment)