• Event
Monday, February 27, 2017 -
6:00pm to 8:00pm

213 Sterling Road, Toronto

On February 27, fifteen Master of Architecture & Master Landscape Architecture Daniels Faculty students will exhibit work from Lecturer Victoria Taylor's ART SITE URBANISM Option Studio (LAN3016, LEC0102). The student's projects explored design options for a new public park on a former industrial/brownfield site in Toronto's Lower Junction neighbourhood.

Monday, February 27
6:00 - 8:00pm
213 Sterling Road, Toronto

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Participating students include: Suhanija Arullsothy, Sebastien Beauregard, Jianing Chee, Xingchen Dong, Richard Freeman, Shahrzad Khatami, Tom Kwok, Daniel Lecik, Yusong Li , Lauren Marshall, Noah Mcgillvrary, Alex Okuka, Karima Peermohammad, Julie Wong and Shaine Wong.

Coordinated by landscape architect Victoria Taylor, the course aimed to build a critical understanding and familiarity with contemporary discourse around public art and its integration into public space design, giving students the opportunity to develop new insights into how to more effectively work toward creating culturally vibrant and livable cities.

Thanks to Castlepoint Numa, MOCA​, & Victoria Taylor (Studio Instructor) for making this exhibition possible.

Poster image: Sebastien Beauregard + Richard Freeman