X-Section Journal Issue 4

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X-Section Journal Issue 4

Project 2014-06-19 19:44:23 +1200

X-Section is a student run creative collaborative who produce an academic journal containing contemporary work + articles from fellow students, alumni, faculty members and young creative industry leaders in the field of Landscape Architecture.

This year we are run by the exciting team of Claire, Rachel, Tim, Rob and Russell with ongoing mentorship from Pete and John.

Visit https://www.facebook.com/xsection to see more!

Our aim is to examine a current local or global issue, through research, opinion articles, case studies, photo essays, collages (or what ever it takes).... By encouraging rigorous discussion between students + professionals + academics about landscape architectural issues, we hope to provide a new voice for the profession.

X-Section Journal is an outlet for the integration and progression of all areas of landscape architecture, and we consider our publication to be a very beautiful product.

Issue 3: Placemaking
Click here to Link to XSection Issue 3

In the past three years our printing has been funded by the Department of Landscape Architecture at Unitec. This year, following Issue 3, (our best issue so far!) we have had funding slashed!

The X-Section team has assigned ourselves the task of raising the printing funds from outside sources.




We need your help!

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    Jamie
    2014-09-30 13:03:57 +1300
    Rachel Butler
    2014-09-30 12:30:18 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
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    Anonymous pledger
    2014-09-30 12:13:16 +1300
    Al Newsome
    2014-09-30 10:52:24 +1300
    Nat Lawrence
    2014-09-30 09:26:01 +1300
    Alex Smith
    2014-09-29 20:25:14 +1300
    Matt Henderson
    2014-09-25 21:17:18 +1200
    Brendan Clemens
    2014-09-25 14:35:34 +1200
    Andrew Priestley
    2014-09-25 10:00:57 +1200
    Steffan Kraberger
    2014-09-24 17:47:10 +1200
    Anonymous pledger
    2014-09-24 16:34:49 +1200
    Jill Rice
    2014-09-24 15:36:14 +1200
    larissa
    2014-09-24 14:06:39 +1200
    Sarah Flynn
    2014-09-24 14:06:39 +1200
    Sam Bourne
    2014-09-24 14:00:31 +1200
    Tim Feather
    2014-09-24 13:32:35 +1200
    Den Aitken
    2014-09-24 12:47:44 +1200
    Jennifer Parlane
    2014-09-24 11:11:44 +1200
    Boffa Miskell
    2014-09-24 10:57:14 +1200
    Rob
    2014-09-24 10:37:43 +1200
    Sarah Collins
    2014-09-24 09:37:00 +1200
    Francis Pierard
    2014-09-24 09:16:53 +1200
    Claire
    2014-09-24 08:50:29 +1200
    Logan Pennington
    2014-09-21 12:12:02 +1200
    vanya steiner
    2014-09-19 20:57:13 +1200
    Russell Cooper
    2014-09-18 14:03:55 +1200
    sharon eccleshall
    2014-09-17 21:16:10 +1200
    Carlos Charlton
    2014-09-17 19:40:46 +1200
    Michael Bastin
    2014-09-17 17:47:45 +1200

    X-Section Journal Issue 4

    Project 2014-06-19 19:44:23 +1200

    X-Section is a student run creative collaborative who produce an academic journal containing contemporary work + articles from fellow students, alumni, faculty members and young creative industry leaders in the field of Landscape Architecture.

    This year we are run by the exciting team of Claire, Rachel, Tim, Rob and Russell with ongoing mentorship from Pete and John.

    Visit https://www.facebook.com/xsection to see more!

    Our aim is to examine a current local or global issue, through research, opinion articles, case studies, photo essays, collages (or what ever it takes).... By encouraging rigorous discussion between students + professionals + academics about landscape architectural issues, we hope to provide a new voice for the profession.

    X-Section Journal is an outlet for the integration and progression of all areas of landscape architecture, and we consider our publication to be a very beautiful product.

    Issue 3: Placemaking
    Click here to Link to XSection Issue 3

    In the past three years our printing has been funded by the Department of Landscape Architecture at Unitec. This year, following Issue 3, (our best issue so far!) we have had funding slashed!

    The X-Section team has assigned ourselves the task of raising the printing funds from outside sources.




    We need your help!

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      Jamie
      2014-09-30 13:03:57 +1300
      Rachel Butler
      2014-09-30 12:30:18 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2014-09-30 12:15:25 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2014-09-30 12:13:16 +1300
      Al Newsome
      2014-09-30 10:52:24 +1300
      Nat Lawrence
      2014-09-30 09:26:01 +1300
      Alex Smith
      2014-09-29 20:25:14 +1300
      Matt Henderson
      2014-09-25 21:17:18 +1200
      Brendan Clemens
      2014-09-25 14:35:34 +1200
      Andrew Priestley
      2014-09-25 10:00:57 +1200
      Steffan Kraberger
      2014-09-24 17:47:10 +1200
      Anonymous pledger
      2014-09-24 16:34:49 +1200
      Jill Rice
      2014-09-24 15:36:14 +1200
      larissa
      2014-09-24 14:06:39 +1200
      Sarah Flynn
      2014-09-24 14:06:39 +1200
      Sam Bourne
      2014-09-24 14:00:31 +1200
      Tim Feather
      2014-09-24 13:32:35 +1200
      Den Aitken
      2014-09-24 12:47:44 +1200
      Jennifer Parlane
      2014-09-24 11:11:44 +1200
      Boffa Miskell
      2014-09-24 10:57:14 +1200
      Rob
      2014-09-24 10:37:43 +1200
      Sarah Collins
      2014-09-24 09:37:00 +1200
      Francis Pierard
      2014-09-24 09:16:53 +1200
      Claire
      2014-09-24 08:50:29 +1200
      Logan Pennington
      2014-09-21 12:12:02 +1200
      vanya steiner
      2014-09-19 20:57:13 +1200
      Russell Cooper
      2014-09-18 14:03:55 +1200
      sharon eccleshall
      2014-09-17 21:16:10 +1200
      Carlos Charlton
      2014-09-17 19:40:46 +1200
      Michael Bastin
      2014-09-17 17:47:45 +1200
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