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Summer 2014 >>
Former Reader's Digest building in Surry Hills, by Roy Lumby
Modern Textile Printing Part I, by Larisa Sarkadi
Goulburn 2013 report by John Dymond
Heritage updates by David de Rozenker-Apted and Roy Lumby

Winter 2013 >>
Panning for gold: looking for heritage architecture in Brisbane, by Larisa Sarkadi
Vivian Chan Shaw – 40 Years / A Retrospective, by David de Rozenker-Apted
Mudgee Regional Tour report, by David de Rozenker-Apted
Civic Pride – A series of Newcastle snapshots, by Roy Lumby

Spring 2012 >>
The Law Courts. A very Sydney story – by Graham Swann; Sixties chic – St Monica’s War Memorial Cathedral by Geoffrey Douglas; Bondi Beach art deco by Paul Paech; Origins of the modern dress – fashions of the 1920s-1930s by Larisa Sarkadi

Autumn 2012 >>
Economics and its effect on architecture – a fresh look at the New Deal program by Larisa Sarkadi; A weekend in Canberra by Stuart Read; Art deco Napier – possibly the only good thing to come out of an earthquake by Colin Hines; I left my heart... by Larisa Sarkadi

Winter 2011 >>
The Indigenous Appropriated: Aboriginal Art and Australian decorative art Part 2; 50 years of the Mini; Elmslea Chambers; A modernist mosque

Spring 2010 >>
Gallery on the High Seas –The Queen Mary and the Art of Deco; North Head Reveals its Historic Treasures; Elizabeth Bay and Potts Point – a brickie’s mecca; Nature Appropriated – Australian Flora and Fauna in decorative art Part 1.

Autumn 2010 >>
Mid-Century Maturity with Roy Lumby; The Embassy of France in Canada with Larisa Sarkadi; The Appian Way and Yaralla with John Dymond.

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