The Inclusive City


Are our cities becoming a monoculture of the super rich? 

 
DateWednesday, October 24, 2018 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Cost

$20+HST

Location

OCAD U, Auditorium Room 190

The Inclusive City

Are our cities becoming a monoculture of the super rich? What can we do to ensure that housing and public space are available to all? And how do we maintain dynamic retail, restaurant and cultural scenes in the face of skyrocketing rents and taxes?

Don’t miss this mashup of ideas with our solutions-focused panel of urban thinkers, architects and designers.

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW

 

*This talk qualifies for one ConEd structured learning hour

 

 

DateWednesday, October 24, 2018 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Cost

$20+HST

Website Location

OCAD U, Auditorium Room 190

This hands-on workshop facilitated by Dr. Lynne Milgram will provide research proposal writing support for your upcoming CGS-M (SSHRC, NSERC) and Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) application(s). Please come prepared with specific questions related to your research projects.
Research Wednesdays is a speaker series presented by the OCAD U Library. It's a forum for anyone (undergrad or graduate students, staff, or faculty) to present in a supportive environment. Take a break over lunch to learn about new opportunities for Toronto creative researchers. Take part in this year's Open Access Week by attending this event with Chris Landry and Shelby Stinnissen!
A  three-hour guided activity and discussion, led by Carolynne Crawley, will focus on breaking down colonial ways of thinking that separate people from the their natural surroundings, and building responsible and reciprocal relations with the land. This is part of Decolonizing the Land, curriculum development project led by Professor Amish Morrell and supported by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Nicole Collins and Bogdan Luca work to discover affinities between distinct approaches to painting and to articulate the initial unlikely impulse to put their works together.
A showcase of works of visual art and writing that represent storytelling as it relates to witchcraft, real or imagined, throughout the ages. Opening Night and Full Moon Ritual  - October 24, 2018 
Interested in applying for CGS-M (SSHRC, NSERC) and/or an Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS)? This session will provide students with further information about competitions, timelines and best practices. These are prestigious awards, and all full-time graduate students are encouraged to apply.
Are our cities becoming a monoculture of the super rich? 
This comprehensive exhibition features works by 760 artists from across Canada, including Inuit and Indigenous artists from Turtle Island.
Open life drawing session offered by the OCAD U Alumni Association
AZURE Talks – The Inclusive City
Resume of Meg Graham
Architect, educator and advocate
K. Greenberg
A. Gomez-Palacio
Wednesday, October 24, 2018 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

The Inclusive City

Are our cities becoming a monoculture of the super rich? What can we do to ensure that housing and public space are available to all? And how do we maintain dynamic retail, restaurant and cultural scenes in the face of skyrocketing rents and taxes?

Don’t miss this mashup of ideas with our solutions-focused panel of urban thinkers, architects and designers.

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW

 

*This talk qualifies for one ConEd structured learning hour

 

 

Venue & Address: 
OCAD U, Auditorium Room 190
Cost: 
$20+HST
Digital Screen: 
Ignite Imagination - The Campaign for OCAD U

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