Daniel J. Glenn, AIA, NCARB, is a nationally recognized expert in culturally responsive architecture and in green affordable housing with a focus on work for diverse cultures. Mr. Glenn’s work reflects his Crow tribal heritage. He has been featured in the film, Indigenous Architecture / Living Architecture, and four of his tribal projects have been featured in the book, Design Re-Imagined: New Architecture on Indigenous Lands published in 2013 by the University of Minnesota Press. He was selected to be on a national technical advisory team on greening Indian housing for the HUD Sustainable Construction in Indian Country program and is a regularly invited speaker at conferences and universities. His projects include the University of Montana Payne Family Native American Center, a LEED Platinum project and the Place of Hidden Waters for the Puyallup Tribe, the 2012 LEED for Homes Project of the Year.
Zanele Muholi, a South African artist and visual activist working in photography, video and installation, will join us virtually from her North American tour to speak about her work. Her practice developed out of human rights advocacy for people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex in South Africa and abroad.
Every year in December, book artists, printmakers, papermakers, and private press printers gather at OCAD to show their work and demonstrate their skills in OCAD's Central Hall and Printmaking studios. The university community and general public are welcome to come and watch artists at work making paper, printing from litho stones, screen printing, hand typesetting, book binding, wood engraving, etching and much more. Many items are available for sale, providing unique ideas for holiday gift giving. Admission is pay-what-you-can.
Venue & Address:
Ontario College of Art & Design 100 McCaul St., Toronto, Ontario