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    CASA Conversations: A Dialogue on the Future of Inclusive Workspaces

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    OMA + UniFor at Perth Design Week 2024Β 

    Join the Curtin Architecture Student Association (CASA) with the future Architects of Australia to discuss the goals and barriers of diversity and inclusion in the Architectural workplace.Β 

    Diversity and equity are a powerful catalyst for positive change both professionally and creatively in the Architectural world.Β 

    The experience from peoples of diverse or underrepresented communities’ foster innovation and bring a rich tapestry of ideas to design challenges. The recent AIA diversity and inclusion survey report highlights the accomplishments and gaps within the profession. As future members of the profession, CASA seeks to understand and help facilitate the direction of an inclusive workplace.Β 

    Together, we can build a future where architecture becomes a beacon of positive change and inspiration.Β 

    Speaker(s):Β 

    Master of CeremoniesΒ 

    Will Knox – Student of Architecture (Masters), Diversity and Inclusion Trainer, and AdvocateΒ 

    Key SpeakersΒ 

    Isaac McCormack - Registered Architect, Digital Artist, and FuturistΒ 

    Stephanie Alama Chavez – Award Winning Graduate Architect and Woman of ColourΒ 

    SpeakersΒ 

    Matthew McGivern – Graduate Architect, Queer Researcher and AdvocateΒ 

    Kajal Desai – International Student of Architecture (Bachelors) and Woman of ColourΒ 

    Michelle Ashley-Emile – Student of Architecture (Masters), Parent, Practice Owner and Advocate for Women’s Mental Health.Β 

    Willow McGuigan – Student of Architecture (Bachelors), living with a disability and Advocate for Universal Design.Β 

    Garryl Kalonji – International Student of Architecture (Bachelors) and Man of ColourΒ 


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