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Midnight Opening Event   View Summary
28 September 2017

This exhibition lingers in the night. The suspended installations and photographic prints measure the difference between darkness and illumination, revealing alternate forms in night and day, from near or far, and from various points of view. Intricate and suspended, the works require an attentive, intimate viewing, and a deepened sensitivity to the different spatial worlds that light and dark inscribe.

Midnight captures an instant in Detroit when darkness is displaced and light misregisters the urban landscape.

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Portfolio Day   View Summary
7 October 2017

Portfolio submission is a way for students who have achieved close to the required ATAR (or equivalent) to be considered for entry into our programs. In conjunction with the ATAR and other formal assessment systems, the portfolio assists us with identifying students who have the potential to excel in higher education through studying architecture or design computing. Students expecting to receive an ATAR of up to five points lower than or roughly around the ATAR required are encouraged to submit their portfolio to the School for consideration.

Portfolio submission is only available for domestic applicants to the following degrees:

Bachelor of Design in Architecture
Bachelor of Design in Architecture (Honours)/Master of Architecture
Bachelor of Architecture and Environments

Design Computing
Bachelor of Design Computing
Bachelor of Design Computing/Bachelor of Advanced Studies.

Portfolio submission is not available for the combined degree with engineering.

Registration for the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning's Portfolio Day is essential, as places are limited.

For the degrees offered in Architecture, please register here.

For the degrees offered in Design Computing, please register here.

To find out more about preparing a portfolio for admission to our courses, visit:

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