Wed, 4 June 2008
Patrick Mollison, Metro Building Surveyors
2am lock-out starts
Venice Pavilion Comp
RMIT GRC conference this weekend
Cool mechanical blinds for office building in Graz, Switzerland. White aluminum panels that respond to climate and sun angles and can be programmed to open and close in animated sequences. Ernst Giselbrecht & Partner. Via Wallpaper.
Architecture and Philosophy: Ashley Schafer – ‘Urban Matters: moving beyond indeterminism vs. determinism’. New York based editor of Praxis magazine. Thursday 6pm, RMIT building 8, level 11. www.architectureandphilosophy.rmit.edu.au
Architects for Peace: Shelley Penn – discussing the role of the state government architect and the value of good design. Thursday 7pm, RMIT Building 50, 50 Orr St off Victoria St. www.architectsforpeace.org
Redrawing Exhibition: Curated by Fiona MacDonald, featuring work by Bronwyn Clarke-Coolee, Ben Harper (UK), Therese Mastoiacovo (Canada), and Spiros Panigirakis. Opens Thursday night, runs to 27th June, RMIT Project Space Gallery, Cardigan St. http://schoolofartgalleries.dsc.rmit.edu.au/PSSR/exhibitions/2008/redrawing.html
Tue, 3 June 2008
Sublime and Sturmey talk BUGs; not the crawly kind, Bicycle User Groups. Featuring interviews with Morland BUG convenor Anna Strempel and Phillip Island BUG Secretary Ron Hateley. And Triple R bike guru Marcus Walker shares some tips on getting your bike to fit you.
Tue, 3 June 2008
Back again this week before the Queen's Birthday break, and with the cold snap well upon us, Gill and Nicole are leading the fight against winter aches and pains, be they muscular, posture related, arthritic or otherwise.
Caller topics this week include Osteopathy, in particular for children, nerve pain, various herbs for relief of joint pain, management of osteo-arthritis, Scoliosis or Schurman's Disease, and the gamut of treatments one can seek from Chiropractic to Alexander Technique.
Health Trip will be back on the 16th of June.