Becoming Future Normal

Virtual Event


16 Mar 2021

Virtual tour:
3.30 pm – 4 pm

Panel Discussion:
4 pm – 5 pm

Virtual event


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Registrations essential


Virtual tour:

Join Brisbane Open House and Urban Art Projects (UAP) for an educational, creative and inspiring virtual tour at UAP Australia's Brisbane workshop, designed to help you understand the different techniques in manufacturing from traditional processes to modern methods of manufacturing. Understand the latest projects from UAP and the integration between art, architecture, design, innovation and advanced manufacturing.

This virtual tour will be followed immediately by a panel discussion with a team of experts on art, built environment and sustainability. 

Virtual tour presenters:
Samuel Mayze, Project Director, UAP
Lewis Humphries, New Business Manager, UAP

Panel discussion:

UAP’s journey to sustainability and systems thinking began with a vision to be creatively influential and bring out the best from world’s-best creatives. Therefore, there is a need to redefine what “industry leaders” truly means. Leaders that deliver a healthy business and considers sustainability and impact on the planet. This panel discussion offers an insight into how to move your organization towards becoming Future Normal – one that is fit for the twenty-first century and acts meaningfully in its surroundings, aiming for 100% of human wellbeing. Specifically, this engaging, authentic and generous conversation will provide an insight into UAP’s journey from where they were, to where they are now and where they want to be.

Panel members:
Daniel Tobin, Founder and Creative Director, UAP
Ineke Dane, Senior Curator, UAP
Professor Nick Barter, Strategy and Sustainability, Griffith University and Co-founder, Future Normal
Professor Chris Fleming, Economics, Griffith University and Co-founder, Future Normal
Ann McLean, Executive Director, Brisbane Open House

These events are presented in partnership with the Asia Pacific Architecture Festival 2021, Brisbane Open House, Brisbane Open, Griffith Business School and UAP. This event is part of the Asia Pacific Architecture Festival, and initiative of Architecture Media and the State Library of Queensland.


Ineke Dane


Chris Fleming
Griffith University


Daniel Tobin


Nick Barter
Griffith University



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