Cheryl Giraudy is an Associate Professor, and practicing architect, with over twenty five years of experience in building design, facilities planning and assessment, with a more recent focus on accessible design and wayfinding. Over the past decade, she has taught in the Environmental Design program. Design courses include Professional Practice, Social Space, Myths, Beliefs and Imagery, and Think Tank. She has also participated in academic planning & policy, co-managing studio policy and facilities on behalf of the Faculty as one of two Associate Deans during 2008-2013.
The OCAD Professional Gallery presents a series free of 20-30 minute discussions of the works on view in the Smithsonian's touring exhibition Design for the Other 90%. January 15, 2009: Eric Nay is an architect, design history and theory scholar and an Associate Dean in the Faculty of Liberal Studies at the Ontario College of Art & Design.
Venue & Address:
Professional Gallery 100 McCaul St., Toronto, Ontario