The Urban Screening is a public video exhibition that debuted at the Perth Cultural Centre Screen during Architecture Week WA 2014.

In 2015, the Urban Screening returns to Perth and travels to other Australian cities through the Australian Institute of Architects’ Emerging Architects and Graduate Network (EmAGN). Through a program of videos screened in public open spaces, the sometimes-inaccessible ideas around architecture are presented in the involving, visceral medium of video, to be discovered by the people of the city.

The Urban Screening reveals the excitement, plurality and richness of ideas about living and working in the city, which are being explored and produced by architects, academics, students, and artists. This inclusive view of architectural work includes public and private buildings (built, unbuilt, and speculative), environmental and social propositions, spatial interventions, and design process material.

Screening throughout October on the big screen.

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Perth Cultural Centre Screen

Perth Cultural Centre, James Street Amphitheatre, (Bordered by Roe Street, Beaufort Street, Francis Street and William Street)

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