The second event in the Building Sustainability Lecture Series organized by Architecture for Humanity is coming up. The first lecture was completely full, so if you plan to go, get there early!
A panel discussion on the ways to create and maintain vibrant, healthy, sustainable neighbourhoods in which to live, work, and play.
Panelists are David Hulchanski (UofT, Urban Institute), Ken Greenberg (Planner/Architect), Bruce Hinds (Architect/OCAD prof), Shokofeh Dilmaghani (Community Development Worker), and Gillian Booth (Medical Professional, St. Michael’s). Guest Apperance by Adam Vaughan (City Councillor).
Moderated by Christopher Hume, Urban Affairs Writer for the Toronto Star. Sponsored by the Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition and Health Canada.
WHAT: Panel Discussion: Manufacturing Neighbourhoods
WHEN: Monday, February 25, 2008, 6:30pm – 9:30pm
WHERE: The Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, 111 Queen’s Park, Toronto