Models of change – Launching the Meals in Metropolis exhibition at Docklands!
Posted in Events by Ferne Edwards on October 10th, 2008
In 2008 RMIT University introduced an elective called â€œMeals in Metropolisâ€. This subject explored the variety and breadth of urban agriculture models in Melbourne, Australia. Students were asked to conduct field research in specific food production and distribution examples and then redesign these systems to incorporate greater social, economic, cultural and environmental sustainability outcomes. The Meals in Metropolis exhibition illustrates a selection of the outcomes of this course and reveals that our food future may not be so bleak after allâ€¦
Where: The Hub, 17 Waterview Walk, Docklands (near the corner of Bourke Street and Harbour Esplanade – look for the giant rabbit sculpture) Melway reference: 2E H7
When: 13 October to 21 November 200
To view images of this work online click here.
For more information about this event contact Ferne Edwards, email@example.com or (03) 89344 9268
RMIT Industrial Design & Landscape Architecture students work on display:
Tyson Savanah, Brittany Carver, Tilly Charles, Georgie Cummings, Haley Smolenski, Kate Steele, Ben Doherty, Michael Littleford.
This course was written and coordinated by Ferne Edwards, Sustainable Cities Research Officer, the Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab.
Kindly supported by the City of Melbourne. This course was held as part of the Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab (VEIL). VEIL seeks to identify and promote emerging technical and social innovations that could form part of future sustainable systems. VEIL is funded through the Victorian Governments Sustainability Fund.