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ARCHITECTURAL INTERVENTIONS Workshops - tutored by Cave Urban - Saturday 27th + Sunday 28th - 2024

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Sydney based architectural - arts - cultural company, Cave Urban will present a x2 day workshop teaching methodologies in how to build a structure from Invasive species onsite.

Presenters: Cave Urban
Producers - the CORRIDOR project & facilitated by Orange Cowra Cabonne Science Hub - Supported by Inspiring Australia

Join our STEAM Hub for a two day workshop with celebrated arts, architecture and cultural company Cave Urban. The two day workshop will bring together local communities and artists/architects collaborating in the construction of a dome dwelling, using traditional weaving techniques and construction methodologies. The constructions will be publicly exhibited as a site ‘environment’ installation for inaugural event ERTHWRX24 during National Science Week August 2024, located at the CORRIDOR project [All materials provided] Image credit above: CAVE URBAN - Transience | Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2019

Juan-Pablo - Co-Founder | Creative Director CAVE URBAN

Chilean architect and sculptor Juan Pablo was born in Santiago in 1978. He studied Architecture at the University of Chile and holds a Masters in Sustainable Design from The University of Sydney, founded by the Chilean Government through the Becas Chile Scholarship program. Co-Founder of international collective Cave Urban, he started carrying out research in bamboo structures and vernacular architecture in 2011. Pablo participated in a series of bamboo workshops and cross-cultural exchanges in Thailand, Taiwan and Portugal. Throughout his career Pablo has had a close involvement with large scale installations and public sculpture. His work encompasses a wide spectrum of materials; from the traditional - steel and bronze, to the ephemeral - bamboo, ice and snow. He has represented Chile in several snow and ice sculpting competitions around the world including competitions held in China, Japan, Argentina and Canada.

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