Georgia Birks



Architecture Media



Georgia Birks is an associate editor at Architecture Media, a graduate of architecture and a proud descendant of the Birpai, Dunghutti and Kamilaroi people. Prior to her role as associate editor, Georgia assisted the delivery of a range of projects across Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia.  

Georgia completed a Bachelor of Architectural Design at the University of Queensland, graduating as valedictorian. She went on to complete her Master of Architecture at the University of Queensland. During her studies she was awarded the Santos Indigenous Prize and was selected to take part in the Momoyo Kaijima Research Scholarship in Japan. In 2022 she received the University of Queensland's Indigenous Community Impact Award for advocacy for architecture that welcomes people of all cultural backgrounds.  

Georgia is passionate about art, architecture and design. She has written a number of reviews, curated industry conferences, participated as a guest university critic and lecturer, and has been a guest speaker on podcasts and panels across Australia. 

Currently, Georgia is a member of the Australian Institute of Architects' First Nations Advisory Working Group and Cultural Reference Panel and a member of the City of Melbourne’s Design Excellence Advisory Committee.  

Georgia has held the role of co-curator for the Asia Pacific Architecture Festival since late 2019 and is looking forward to continuing this creative dialogue alongside her fellow co-curator for the 2023 festival.

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