The Problem with Plishke

Adam Art Gallery and the School of Architecture at Victoria University of Wellington presents
The Problem of Plischke Symposium – Saturday 19 February 2011 – 11am – 5pm

Alan MacDiarmid Building, Rooms 102 + 104, Kelburn Campus, Victoria University of Wellington
The MacDiarmid Building is the new building between the Cotton and Laby Buildings. It is best accessed via Gate 7 at the top of Kelburn Parade.

This is a free event, and they are still accepting registrations, so do pass on this information to those who could be interested. The symposium will close with drinks at the Adam Art Gallery in the Designs for Living exhibition from 4pm.

NZIA members: Please note that CPD points are available for this event.


2 responses to “The Problem with Plishke”

  1. My congratulations to the organizers of the symposium today – great speakers, and excellent research presented. Very enjoyable session.

  2. I hear through the grapevine that the Eye of the Fish blog was mentioned several times at the Symposium yesterday. Sorry I missed that – it would have been good to have been able to contribute. For those that are interested, the relevant blog posting discussing Plischke is here:

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