Canada Pavilion | August 29 – November 25, 2012
The Migrating Landscapes national competition has resulted in regional winners and exhibitions across the country. Regional winners will proceed to the National Exhibition at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, where the National Jury will select a ‘Team Canada’ to represent Canada as part of Migrating Landscapes at the 2012 Venice Biennale in Architecture.
VENICE BIENNALE IN ARCHITECTURE:
August 29 - November 25, 2012 | Canada Pavilion @ Venice Biennale in Architecture
March 14, 2012 8-10PM | National Jury Forum: Reflecting on Migration & Identity @ Gallery 1C03, 3rd Floor Centenial Hall, University of Winnipeg, 515 Portage Ave.
Featuring Jury Members: Eleanor Bond, Ian Chodikoff, Anne Cormier, Bruce Kuwabara, John Patkau. Moderated by: Stephen Borys.
Tickets $10/$5 for students. TO REGISTER email your name and phone number to email@example.com. Limited seating - please reserve tickets in advance. Maximum two tickest per reservation. Please pay at the door (cash only).
March 15, 2012 7-9PM | Public Opening of National Exhibition @ Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Boulevard
March 16 - April 29, 2012 | National Exhibition @ Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Boulevard
REGIONAL EXHIBITION SCHEDULE:
Feb 2 - 29, 2012 | MB Exhibition @ The Forks
Feb 6 - 24, 2012 | ON Exhibition @ Brookfield Place
Jan 18 - Feb 25, 2012 | QC Exhibition @ Parisian Laundry
Jan 19 - Feb 11, 2012 | SK Exhibition @ Mendel Art Gallery
Jan 9 - 27, 2012 | Maritimes Exhibition @ Dalhousie University School of Architecture
Dec 7 - 17, 2011 | AB Exhibition @ Alberta College of Art + Design
Nov 3 - 27, 2011 | BC Exhibition @ Museum of Vancouver
To build collaboration and opportunities nation-wide, MLO created regional partnerships between provincial Architectural Associations, local Schools (Architecture and related fields), and a local venue with gallery space. This provided the opportunity for young designers to have their work exhibited and seen by a wide audience and will bring the discussion of architecture, (im)migration, and cultural memory to a broader environment. These partnerships is just the beginning - we hope it will trigger many future collaborations across Canada.
To coordinate the regional events and exhibitions, MLO appointed regional coordinators from BC to the Maritimes. For more information on each regional exhibition and the regional winners, as well as the partnerships in each region, and for the regional coordinators’ info, please visit the links to the LEFT.