The number of events cancelling or postponing due to coronavirus keeps increasing.
Recently, The Australian Institute of Architects announces the rescheduling of National Architecture Conference.
The new date for the event is yet to decide and this rescheduling happens due to coronavirus.
The institute asked for the apology from all the members via a message.
According to the message, the event postponement is because of the ongoing travel restrictions and bans.
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Due to current and ongoing developments surrounding travel bans and restrictions, we've made the decision to postpone the 2020 National Architecture Conference, Leverage, until later in the year. Stay tuned for further information and updates in the coming weeks. Considerable work has been put into forming a strong line up of speakers, both national and international, by the Creative Director team @____.dilemma.____ @k_j_wong @maryamgusheh @_justineclark. They have worked closely with speakers and the Institute to ensure a successful event. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. We'll keep you posted with updates as they happen and we look forward to seeing you at the conference later in the year.
Also, The National Architecture Conference has a theme “Leverage”.
The venue of the National Architecture Conference is sin Perth, Australia in May.
Creative directors of the conference, including Justine Clark, Kieran Wong, Emma Williamson, and Maryam Gusheh, and other speakers of the conference live overseas.
The National Architecture Conference joins an unwanted list of postponed events.
Other architectural events that are postponed in the last few weeks are –