This year’s exhibition is entitled ‘Evidence in Place' and was held in the Gallery of the Red Centre Building.

The Planning exhibition's title this year encapsulates two things that the program students and academics deem as important: the importance of research in building evidence to inform their understanding of, and decisions made in shaping, our cities; and, as part of that process, a commitment to engaging with place, context and communities in fostering productive, equitable, healthy and inspiring built environments.

The event commenced at 6pm with drinks and nibbles followed by speeches by students and academics, but the purpose of the evening was fundamentally to celebrate the achievement of approximately 75 students from Bachelor of Planning and Master of Planning who graduated this year.

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