Things You Need To Know Working With or As NSW Registered Architects

About The Event

Welcome to 2020 ! Come and join Bower Media Group and Dr Kirsten Orr from NSW Registration Board at this exciting and important event ! You will discover and learn about the responsibilities of an architect in New South Wales and understand how to avoid the most common mistakes made by architects. Bower Media Group will hold a special event in the Museum of Contemporary Arts covering the essential regulatory and professional basics all architects must be aware of. This event is held on 27th February 2020.The event will cover the must know on NSW Registered Architects. No matter you are an Architect student or working Architect. We welcome all people from different field, whether you are Builders, Consultants, Developers, or Building Professionals, this is a new learning opportunity for 2020 !


The event will cover these Keypoints :

– Introduction of the Guest Speaker by Main Event Sponsor
– NSW Registration Board Speech – Things you need to know work as/working with NSW Registered Architects
– Professional Indemnity Issuance – Coverage on Professional Indemnity Issuance for All building professionals
– Q&A Seating Down Panel Discussion


Speaker Dr Kirsten Orr

Dr Kirsten Orr has been appointed as registrar of the NSW Architects Registration Board. She was previously professor of architecture and dean of school in the School of Technology, Environments & Design at the University of Tasmania. Before UTAS, she was associate head of the School of Architecture at the University of Technology Sydney. A registered architect in NSW, Dr Orr has contributed to a number of major government and professional bodies regulating the practice of architecture, education of architecture students and accreditation of architecture programs, including the Australian Institute of Architects, Association of Architecture Schools of Australasia and the Architects Accreditation Council of Australia.

Event Details


Thursday 5th March 2020

5:30 pm – 10:00 pm AEST


Museum Of Contemporary Arts

140 George St, The Rocks NSW 2000 Australia