Ideas and Impact: Student-Led Publishing

Date

Fri 24 May 2:15pm - 3:00pm

Venue

NGV Great Hall

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Many iconic print magazines and journals in Australia started as student run projects, but what makes them unique to other publishing outlets and bodies? In this talk, Lauren Crockett will be joined by the students behind Perspektif Magazine and Inflection Journal to discuss what it takes to start, run and maintain a successful tertiary publication. Gain insights into the labour of love that is grass-roots printing initiatives and get inspired by these emerging creative’s attitudes toward print media and publishing.

Presented by NGV

Lauren Crockett moderator

Lauren Crockett is an architect at Sibling. She believes that diverse new formal outcomes can be generated when designers look to other ways of living, gathering and working. She co-founded independent architectural publication Caliper Journal in 2017 and continues to write, teach and practice within the architecture and design field.

Perspektif Magazine speaker

Perspektif Magazine is a biannual print publication managed and curated by Indonesian student volunteers. Our goal is to provide a platform for individuals to showcase their written works and art works in a magazine that is intellectually stimulating and visually appealing. Anyone can submit their pieces during our open submissions, we have received and published pieces from all over the world.

Inflection Journal speaker

Inflection is the annual student-run journal from the Melbourne School of Design. Internationally distributed, Inflection explores themes relevant to contemporary architectural discourse through the contributions of students, scholars and practitioners.

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