PIA will host the 2017 Keeble Lecture, which is proudly sponsored by The University of Queensland.
We are thrilled to announce that the chair of the the 2017 Keeble Lecture is Warren Rowe, the UQ|UP planner in residence.
The inaugural Keeble Lecture was held in 1997, and since then PIA has been fortunate to have hosted the Keeble Lecture in most of the subsequent years (other than in 2001 and 2002). Past presenters have included Hon Rod Welford, Hon Justice Tony Fitzgerald, Noel Pearson, Jim Soorley, Sally-Anne Atkinson, Prof Alan Fogg and many others.
This year, David Hinchliffe will present the Keeble Lecture on the topic of “The Art of Planning”.
|Title of lecture:||The Art of Planning|
|Date:||Monday, 27 November 2017|
|Venue:||Allens, Level 26, 480 Queen Street, Brisbane (please enter from the Queen Street side of the building)|
|Bio for David Hinchliffe||David Hinchliffe has had a unique career straddling politics, planning and painting. As a former Deputy Lord Mayor of Australia’s largest urban authority, Brisbane City Council, he was a member of the Council’s ground-breaking Urban Renewal Committee and Chairman responsible for Planning and Development from 2004-2008. He served in Civic Cabinet for 17 years and for 25 years represented Brisbane’s CBD and inner city suburbs to the north. Before his election in 1988, he was a practising artist. Since his retirement from politics, he has returned full time to painting. Like his politics, his subject matter is urban, focusing on painting the great cities of the world. He is represented by 12 galleries around the world and exhibits regularly in New York, London, Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo, with more than 90 solo exhibitions under his belt.|