There will be an exhibit of the 10 Carden Rooftop Design Charrette drawings from Nov. 10 – Nov. 30th. 10 Carden will display the drawings done by the BLA and MLA students that they developed as a result of the charrette for the downtown space in Guelph. The 10 Carden space is a community hub that provides shared space to work, learn, engage, create and collaborate. Stop by to see the landscape architecture students’ drawings at the front entrance at 42 Carden Street, downtown Guelh.
Addressing community and economic development pressures in rural and small town places often means accessing information and research capacity. Community-based research (CBR) depends on two important variables: the capacity of CBR to generate good information, and the extent to which CBR is understood and constructed as a two-way relationship that includes a set of responsibilities for both re- searchers and communities.
The Ontario Association of Landscape Architects Social Committee invites you to the OALA Holiday Party on December 1st. This event is free to attend. Mix and mingle with fellow OALA members, councillors and staff to kick off the holiday season. Event sponsored by NVK Connon. More details to follow shortly.
School of Environmental Design and Rural Development - Landscape Architecture Guest Lecture Series presents: Lecture by Gina Ford, ASLA Principal - Sasaki Associates, Inc. BYO Lunch. Light refreshments will be served at noon. Details to follow shortly. Lecture sponsored by the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects.