• 23 Nov 2022
    How can new techniques in the digital humanities help us manage our cultural heritage?
    The Australian Cultural Data Engine in collaboration with the Digital Archive of Queensland Architecture (DAQA) and Curtin University Library presents a collaborative workshop on storing, analysing and visualising the history of the built environment.
  • 4 May 20176 May 2017
    The conference Inside | Outside will focus on specific examples or ‘cases’ of the two-way directions of transaction: artists adopting architectural means on the one hand, and architects adopting artistic strategies on the other.
  • 3 Dec 20196 Dec 2019
    In the context of the fantastic architectural encounter, this session welcomes papers that examine built and unbuilt proposals which projected new architectures based upon imagined cultural intersections, encounters and exchanges: the strange and often hybrid structures that appropriated ideas and images from other cultures or imagined past and future worlds, recombined at will.
  • 18 May 201819 May 2018
    This conference seeks to explore how concepts of freedom and liberal political and economic theories have intersected with architecture and the built environment from the 19th century to the present day.
  • 19 Apr 2018
    ATCH members Dr Ashley Paine and Dr Susan Holden co-chaired a session titled "Alternative Histories of the Pavilion" at the 2018 International Conference for the Society of Architectural Historians in St Paul, Minnesota.
  • 7 Dec 201814 Jul 2019
    Home: A Suburban Obsession exposes the social and emotional power of house and home, and the myriad connections between where we live and who we are. This exploration of the social and emotional foundations of our houses is achieved through the incredible legacy of Frank and Eunice Corley.