Join us for this live stream as we take down our project, participant submissions, and storefront display.
See the legendary Professor Larry Smith deliver one of his famous addresses in this lecture about the COVID-19 crisis from an economic perspective. All are welcome to register and attend this virtual webinar.
Come and view this live showcase of student work from the University of Waterloo School of Architecture. These fun quick presentations will exhibit student design and research work relating to plants, foods, and landscapes. Speakers will each have a total of 5 minutes and 15 slides in which to present their work.
What is Solidarity?
Movements, research, and design for another world
WATERLOO ARCHITECTURE ARRISCRAFT 2020-2021 ONLINE SPEAKER SERIES
Amy Smoke, Co-founder & Organizer, Land Back Camp, Victoria Park, Kitchener
Phil Monture, Nativelands, Six Nations of the Grand River
Of the thesis entitled: Assessing the Potential of Integrating the Health Impact Assessment in Normative Architectural Practice in Order to Promote Population Health and Health Equity in Design Decision-Making
Of the thesis entitled: Informal Progressions. A comparative analysis of Lima and Medellin informal settlements
Join Ioana Dragomir and community participants in The Poet’s Almanac as we make and share collages. We will discuss both our plants and our process. Open to all ages and skill levels. Please see The Poet’s Almanac project description to read more about how to get involved!
Of the thesis entitled: The Caravan Citizens
Spatial resistance and resilience in the refugee camp of Za’atari
Join our speakers Mkomose (Dr. Andrew Judge), Lisa Myers and Angela Marsh, as they reflect on plants, culture, and food. This discussion will explore questions of food and food sovereignty as they pertain to culture and community, as well as questions of urban space and plant growth. Each speaker will present for 30 minutes followed by a Q+A panel discussion.
Register for this virtual information session to learn more about the part-time Master of Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology (MBET) program!
Join Angela Marsh as she discusses her project In the Wilderness is the Preservation of the World, and learn how to get involved in her Cambridge-based plant drawing workshop. She will walk us through her creative process as well as guide us through a plant drawing exercise. Completed work from this event will be compiled on our website as a part of Angela’s digital project and physically displayed in the BRIDGE Centre for Architecture + Design storefront at 35-37 Main Street. Open to all ages and skill levels. Get Involved!
Of the thesis entitled:
IF STONES COULD SPEAK
КАД БИ КАМЕН ПРОГОВОРИО
Destruction, Preservation and Memory the case in Kosovo and Metohija
We are looking for your photos for International Education Week! The Associate Dean-International Office is looking for student-submitted photos that showcase global experience - pictures of food, cities, landscapes, a photo that evokes a memory and shows the perspective you'e gained through travel, study, and/or work abroad or across Canada.