Autumn activities

Enjoying the pleasures of our rural retreat office in Murrumbateman allows us to consider the changing seasons and try to take a moment to savour the changing colours of the environment around us. Moments to relax have been few and far between in the last couple of months, but there have been some exciting projects[…]

Conversations, clowns and communities

A great weekend was had by The Communication Link team as we worked alongside our Communities@Work colleagues to be part of the delivery of Celebrate Gungahlin.  This was a grass roots, community development program delivered by Communities@Work with a host of wonderful partners including the Gungahlin Community Council, My Gungahlin and the Gungahlin Marketplace. Event management, particularly[…]

A comedian, Hands Across Canberra and a heritage award…

November has been an exciting month for the team at The Communication Link with an exciting and very diverse range of projects coming to fruition. Immigration Place Australia launch We were excited to be part of the announcement of a design ideas competition for the creation of an installation at Immigration Place Australia.  The site nestled between[…]

Freefalling into 2014

The end of 2013 was a frantic time for The Communication Link as several significant projects were wrapped up and the launch of some exciting news ones for 2014 – including the Freefall Experience Design Ideas Competition. The Master Builders of Australia, ACT launched their Centenary Publication ‘The Master Builders that built Canberra’ in early December. […]

Babies, books and worklife balance

Booking a place in history In this year of Canberra’s Centenary it is a nice to immerse ourselves in a little bit of history.  The Communication Link has been working on several projects along the theme of Canberra’s Centenary. Prof Brian Schmidt, Keith Baker, Senator Kate Lundy, Dr Chris Bourke launch A Century of Canberra[…]

A Century of Canberra Engineering

Do you know which building in Canberra is so unusually designed that many didn’t think it was possible; engineers had to build a 1/40th scale model to prove it could be done?  It is of course the Academy of Science Shine Dome.  This is just one example of the many fascinating stories featured in the[…]