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Latest news from MADA

Sydney's 'danger spots' for women mapped with new online tool

How safe do you feel in your city? The “Free to Be” map – piloted last year in Melbourne by Plan International Australia – is now available in Sydney and other cities around the world.

Sexual harassment experiences highlighted in Australian exhibit at Venice Biennale satellite show

“Just so f***ing beautiful” – Venice Architecture Biennale satellite show to present work by MADA’s Nicole Kalms and Gene Bawden.

Tackling ageism through design

What role does architecture and design play in encouraging independence as Australia’s population gets older and less mobile?

Designing safer cities

Why do some parts of a city feel safe and others have an edge of danger?

Women in architecture

In an unprecedented moment in Victoria, every university school of architecture is headed by a female leader.

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Image (Why study at MADA?): Tegan Bell, 2009-2016 (installation view), 2016

Image (Postgraduate): Samantha Barry, Sean Malikides, Din Hearth, and MADA students, THRIVE, 2016

Image (Research): Peter Wang, An Autonomous Driverless Public Transport

Image (Student work): Rosina Prestia, I Adjust to Orange (detail), 2016