Project Design: SueAnne Ware, Emma Guthrey, Bonanta Adity, Jodie Duddington
Project Location: Regional NSW
The out(fit) Outreach Truck involves the fit out of a mobile trailer that can be converted into several configurations and spaces. The Outreach Truck will provide opportunities to interact and learn about the built environment and provide design support.
Funded: $123,000 Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation
WARLGA NGURRA COMMUNITY CENTRE
Project Design: Kalyna Sparks, Janai Lemar, Josephine Vaughan, Emma Guthrey, Tanya Killen & Laura Picknell
Project Location: Raymond Terrace NSW
Warlga Ngurra Community Centre is located in Raymond Terrace and provides support to the local community.
Funded: Stage 01: $5065.00 Hunter Water Love Water Grant
st dominics center
Project Design: SueAnne Ware, Lily Freeman, Candy Garraway, Laura Picknell, Jess Kellar, Emma Guthrey
Project Location: Mayfield, NSW
Collaborators: Melinda Nunn & Jenny Bone
St Dominic’s Centre is a catholic school that caters for students from kindergarten to year 10. The enrolment criteria is moderate cognitive delay and deaf or hard of hearing. In 2018 St Dominic’s will accept the first cohort of kindergarten students with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.
Aspect + St Kevins
Project Team: SueAnne Ware, Thomas Patterson, Bonanta Adity, Emma Guthrey, Stephanie Baines
Collaborators: Amy Kennedy, Kelly Steen, Melinda Nunn
Project Location: Cardiff, NSW
Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) is Australia’s largest service provider for people on the autism spectrum. Their specialised, evidence informed schools program is one of the largest in the world, with additional services that include information and advice, diagnostic assessments, behaviour support, parent and family support, and adult programs.
Mini Bees are small building projects which are completed offsite at UON with Students.
Project Design: SueAnne Ware, Karolina Bartkowicz, Jodie Duddington, Pricilla Tan, Tanya Killen, Candy Garraway, Emma Guthrey
Project Location: Not Disclosed
Jenny’s Place provides crisis accommodation and support through information, referral and advocacy for women and children escaping domestic violence and/or who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.
Project Design: Cathy Smith, Bobbie Bailey, Rebecca Evans
Project Location: Former David Jones, Newcastle, NSW
out(fit)’s first initiative was the re-activation of an abandoned corner of a prominent site in the CBD. Throughout 2016, two windows on Newcastle’s Wolfe Street were transformed into the Looking Glass Project.