The launch of the Canada chapter of INTBAU will be held on Thursday 2 October from 7pm - 10pm at La Maison du Chevalier in Quebec City, Canada, concurrently with the ICOMOS General Assembly.
After much planning and support from some of our INTBAU members, we are delighted to announce the launch of INTBAU Canada, which will be in Quebec City on Thursday October 2, 2008 during the ICOMOS General Assembly. The purpose of the launch is to meet other like minded people, enjoy our interesting line-up of speakers and socialize over the wine and cheese tasting that we will offer in the old vaults of La Maison du Chevalier.
If interested, please download and fill out the registration form and return it to Naomi Lane, Co-ordinator of INTBAU Canada, with your payment before September 26, 2008. We look forward to seeing INTBAU and non-INTBAU members there, and please circulate this information to others who you think might be interested.
7:00 - 7:10 Welcome address
7:15 - 7:35 This Kills That - Cutting out the Canadian Way
Allan Killin B.Arch, OAA, MRAIC, has worked on recent AIA and OAA award-winning urban adaptive reuse and restoration projects such as Canada's National Ballet School Project Grand Jeté, Jarvis and Maitland campuses, and North Toronto Station (Summerhill LCBO). In 2003 he was awarded the Queen’s Jubilee Medal for community service.
7:40 - 8:00 Finding a Better Reason to Preserve
Wilfred Ferwerda P.Eng, spent 10 years with the Ventin Group Architects, which culminated in major award-winning conservation and restoration projects such as the Ontario Legislature at Queen's Park and the City of Toronto at Old City Hall. Wilfred now works with the University of Guelph heading up several restoration projects and is this year's recipient of the RAIC Foundation Award.
8:00 - 8:20 Panel discussion with guest speakers
8:30 - 10:00 Canadian Wine and Cheese Tasting
INTBAU Canada acknowledges the kind support of GBCA - Goldsmith Borgal & Company Architects, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
For more information about the Canada Chapter, please contact INTBAU.
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