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Monash academic Margaret Plant celebrated with new namesake lecture series

Launching Tuesday 23 October @ 6.30pm with a presentation by National Gallery of Art (U.S.) curator James Meyer, Monash is proud to announce the new Margaret Plant Annual Lecture in Art History.

Small Homes Service: Victorian post-war architect-designed homes: Do you have a story?

We are looking for anyone who think they may have grown up living in a Small Homes Service (SHS) House from the 1940s to the early 1970s.

Design Thinking Masterclass for Secondary School Design and Technology teachers

In partnership with DATTA, Monash University’s Faculty of Art Design and Architecture is offering 10 Secondary School Design and Technology teachers the opportunity to have an exclusive Masterclass in Design Thinking.

Design Thinking Masterclass for Secondary School Design and Technology teachers

In partnership with DATTA, Monash University’s Faculty of Art Design and Architecture is offering 10 Secondary School Design and Technology teachers the opportunity to have an exclusive Masterclass in Design Thinking.

MADA students win international design competition

Congratulations to MADA Communication Design students Kea Tokley-Higgs and Louie Evans – winners in the third annual “The Next Level” design competition, sponsored by Wacom.

PhD scholarship available in Design - deadline extended

Interesting in working on a project about challenges to the safety of women in public transport places? We have a PhD scholarship available for international applicants.

MADA’s Brook Andrew to Direct the 2020 Biennale of Sydney

MADA Lecturer Brook Andrew has been announced as Artistic Director of the 2020 Biennale of Sydney.

To design safer parks for women, city planners must listen to their stories

The rape and murder of aspiring comedian Eurydice Dixon in an inner-city Melbourne park – while deeply shocking – is part of an avalanche of gendered violence perpetrated against women in cities every day.