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UnCover Video: Behind-the-Scenes of the Design Canberra Pavilion

UC Associate Professor of Architecture, Max Maxwell, and a team of UC Architecture students built the centrepiece pavilion of the Design Canberra festival with the help of half a kilometre of cardboard tubes, a robot arm called URI, computation and plenty of people power. Come behind the scenes to discover how this incredible structure of futuristic design was made. The "Dark Crafts Pavilion" will be housing Design Canberra activities—from events to yoga—throughout the festival until 24 November in Civic Square, Canberra City.

With thanks to: Design Canberra, City Renewal Authority, Cardboard Tubes, Sellick Consultants, KDN Group and Glitter and Dance.

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Poetry on the Move

The University of Canberra’s international poetry festival, Poetry on the Move, is turning Canberra into a world centre of poetry while showcasing the ongoing research at UC’s International Poetry Studies Institute.

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Dhunning - Indigenous Impact

A Stroke Of Indigenous Originality

Tucked away underneath UC Lodge in the shade sits a bright blue table tennis table, hand-painted with a unique Indigenous design by contemporary Aboriginal artist Danielle Mate-Sullivan.

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Telling the stories of storytelling

The National Centre for Australian Children’s Literature is a collection of over 42000 children’s story books, translations and original illustrations. As a comprehensive archive it is the ‘go to’ place for anything children’s literature related.

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Make trouble and inspire change: broadcasting the superhumans

Deborah Poulton saw the injustices of the world, which kindled a spark in her for equality. Her flame brought to life a groundbreaking approach for broadcast coverage during the 2012 Paralympic games.

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