ROAD SHOW: Ottawa Tuesday night! Montreal on Wednesday!

When: Tuesday, July 19, 7-10:30pm
Where: National Arts Centre, 4th Stage 53 Elgin St.
Cost: $5 (gets you copy of magazine)
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PARTNER: National Arts Centre
Panelists: Matthew Blackett (Spacing publisher) moderator, George Dark (partner at Urban Strategies, urban designer & landscape architect), Allegra Newman (community planning advocate), Eric Darwin (West Side Action)

UPDATE: Listen to Spacing publisher Matthew Blackett and Spacing Ottawa editor Evan Thornton talk about Ottawa’s “Top 10” places with All in a Day’s Alan Neal on CBC Radio One between 4.30 and 5.00 PM this afternoon  (July 19)


When: Wednesday, July 20, 6:30-9pm
Where: 690 Sherbrooke Street West with event on Victoria Street (adjacent to the McCord Museum) between Sherbrooke and President Kennedy
Cost: Free! $5 for a copy of the magazine
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• Spacing Montreal contributor Alanah Heffez on teenagers, public space, and participation, focusing on James Lyng high school and the Woonerf planned near the school.
•  Joel Thibert on Walk the Region, a three‐day expedition on food across the Montreal metropolitan area that aimed to raise awareness about regional planning issues and plant the seeds for a sense of regional identity.
• Avenue Huit on food as a way of reading the city, not only as nourishment, but also as an eloquent expression of who we are, how our culture is transforming, and how we project ourselves into the future.
• Katarina Soukup on her documentary about the world’s lost urban waterways and an iPhone app that allows users to discover and explore Montreal’s lost rivers through geo-localized storytelling.

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