Designing for Education: Lecture # 3

The Un-Official Story: a personal account of the building of the University of Waterloo

Tuesday May 16, 2017

WalterFedy Grand River Room,  675 Queen St. S., Kitchener 

 7 p.m.

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FREE for ACO members, $8.50 non-members.

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Over his 48-year career as a student and School of Architecture Director and Professor at the University of Waterloo, Rick Haldenby has observed and, many times, been directly involved in the design of buildings on and off campus.

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Photo: University of Waterloo Library Special Collections and Archives

In this all new talk, Haldenby will weave stories of buildings into a narrative that visits both high and not-so-high points in the development of the built fabric of a great institution.

Registration required.

UW Math and Computer Building under construction

Photo: Feb 6 1968. University of Waterloo Library Special Collections & Archives

 

A History of School Architecture in Ontario

photo of Cherry Valley School Waterford 1866

Tuesday November 15, 2016

7 p.m.

 WalterFedy, 675 Queen St. S., Kitchener 

FREE for ACO members, $8.50 for non-members.  Join ACO here.

Please pre-register at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/a-history-of-school-architecture-in-ontario-tickets-29035069675. Or call 519-635-8951.

Architectural historian Shannon Kyles takes a look at trends in the architecture of Ontario school buildings and the social forces which influenced these.  She will open a discussion of how the school building both reflects and contributes to the quality of education. 

Refreshments will be served.