Symposium 2: Mar. 7 & 8
Symposium 2: Environment, Culture and Community Engagement
How do we balance these precious resources as we design our future?
To initiate a new school of architecture, creating an educational environment unlike any other, we must establish a learning and research environment reflective of Saskatchewanís strong traditions of innovation, determination and rich cultural production. Real engagement with our local communities and environments can have a significant influence on how the study of architecture is practiced and taught within the Province.
Featured Guest Presenters
Douglas Cardinal – is one of Canadaís most well-known architects and a visionary of a new world where beauty, balance and harmony thrive, and where client, architect, and stakeholder build together in a common vision. His Curriculum Vitae and the awards achieved throughout his brilliant career are a testimony to what the partnership of architect and client can achieve together.
Dr. Ray Cole – a Professor and former Director of the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, where he has been teaching environmental issues in building design for more than 35 years. His current research interests relate to regenerative design, building environmental performance assessment, and human and automated intelligence.
Dr. Terrance Galvin – is the inaugural Head of the new Laurentian University Department of Architecture. He was previously the Director of the School of Architecture and Associate Professor at Dalhousie University in Halifax, where he taught architectural history, theory and design and received a Teaching Excellence Award from the Student Union. He also held the roles of Adjunct Professor and Research Associate at McGill University in Montreal. He is Past President of the Canadian Architectural Certification Board and has served on numerous provincial and national boards governing architectural education and practice in Canada.
PUBLIC LECTURE – open invitation
Presenter: Douglas Cardinal
Date: Thursday, March 7, 2013
Location: Roxy Theatre, 320, 20th Street
PANEL PRESENTATION – open invitation
Date: Friday, March 8, 2013
Location: Convocation Hall, Peter MacKinnon Building