Alison Page - Honouring Story Telling and The Eora Nation In Sydney’s Built Environment
In this episode, we explore the story telling mission from an important point of view.
About Alison Page:
Alison Page is an award winning designer, film producer, author and adjunct associate at the University of Technology’s Design School. She is a driver for intertwining The Eora’s culture into Sydney City by applying storytelling to cityscapes and tertiary education.
What you will learn in this episode:
- The black design movement
- The process behind building a connection with country framework in the construction industry’s practice.
- A mnemonic approach to teaching aboriginal people about design and architecture
- Current works in progress: The inclusive and culture-oriented courses Allison is spearheading at UTS
- How traditional owners are reclaiming the Sydney
- Two ways that Allison have already paved a way for cultural integration
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