Mini Matters is here – get your free print edition now!
If you’ve been enjoying the weekly digital stories by our friends over at Matters Journalbut wondering what the journal will look, feel and smell like in print…the wait is over! Mini Matters – the ‘teaser’ mini print publication by the Matters Journal team has arrived hot of the press, giving you a taste of what to expect when the first full print issue launches in February 2018.
Pick up your free copy of Mini Matters at the follow friends of Matters Journal outlets:
Sensory Lab (City)
297 Little Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
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Where: Pick up your free copy from around the city!
In two years, Marisa Yiu will finally add architecture ‘proper’ to her portfolio, when a built project goes up with her firm among its designers. But, for now, the in-demand architect relishes working beyond built form, in an inventive realm where design advocacy and pedagogy meets the social and cultural development of people and their cities
Named 'one of Melbourne's most tasteful deejays', Perth-bred Toni Yotzi's tunes will lead us into the summer solstice celebrations at the zero-waste, solar-powered Off The Grid festival in the ACCA forecourt on 22 December. Ahead of the event, she's prepared an exclusive EARS mix for us, merging obscure sounds with irresistible beats for months of summery listens
What will the museum of the future be like? Senior curator at ACCA Annika Kristensen considers the meaning of 'civic' architecture and how an institution might contribute to the public good. It's the latest in our series of articles from Future West – a West Coast publication rethinking the future of urbanism through Western Australia