Archikidz Goes BUSH - our new regional programme, launched in partnership with Cowra Public School & the CORRIDOR project, was a huge success. Over 3 days - 300 kids from 13 schools in the Cowra Shire and surrounds, had the unique opportunity to work alongside architects, landscape architects, urban designers & engineers, designing and constructing on a large-scale around the theme Shelter. 

The event was supported by Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal (FRRR), the Ian Potter Foundation & Cowra Shire Council. Thank you!

Thank you also to Cowra Public School, Cowra High School, Canowindra Public School, Canowindra High School, Mulyan Public School and all the Small Schools for your support and taking a leap of faith. Thank you to all our city sponsors & supporters who also stepped up to to make sure this project happened - FJMT, Mirvac Design, OzCAD, SJB, Turner, Eckersley's Art & Craft, Makedo & Nanu

A huge thank you to all our Volunteers - from Cowra, Canowindra, Orange, Canberra, the Blue Mountains & Sydney. And a huge thank you to all the locals for all your support and kind words - and finally a MASSIVE thank you to the 300 kids from all 13 schools who participated - for their creativity, energy, enthusiasm and for being amazing!

Here's a taste of Archikidz Goes BUSH. A huge thank you to Kate Barclay - super talented Canowindra based photographer who has captured so beautifully the energy & colour of a very special project.