CANADA CONSTRUCTED: architecture, landscape, history

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Event announcement: Architecture and the Public

Join us on Tuesday, March 9 at 4:00pm (EST) for the online event “Architecture and the Public,” as part of our Canada Constructed Conversations series. Use the Zoom meeting ID and passcode above to join. No RSVP necessary!  We look forward to seeing you there! To download a copy of the poster, click here.Please feel free to share widely!

Architecture in the Classroom

Did you miss our January 19 event “Architecture in the Classroom”? No problem! You access the full recording here or on our YouTube channel. This panel discussion was the first in the Canada Constructed Conversations Series, featuring discussants Peter Coffman (Carleton University), Michael Windover (Carleton University), and Jane Wolff (University of Toronto), moderated by CanadaContinue reading “Architecture in the Classroom”

The Project

Housed in the Department of Art History at the University of Toronto, this new initiative offers undergraduate courses, experiential learning, and internships in the field of the architecture and landscapes of Canada. Beyond formal studies, we aim to spread knowledge and enthusiasm for the built environment in Canada to the wider community through research seminars, conferences, and more. This project is led by Professor Christy Anderson and Professor Joseph L. Clarke, along with Postdoctoral Fellow Dr Jessica Mace.

Why study the built environment of Canada?


Course offerings

With a second-year level course, a fourth-year seminar, and a projected first-year foundations course, there are plenty of opportunities for study in this exciting field.


Are you interested in gaining practical experience in the field of Canadian architecture, design, and landscapes?

Look no further!


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This project is supported by the Learning & Education Advancement Fund at the University of Toronto