Extended call for spring-summer internships

We still have a few arts-based internship spots available for spring-summer 2022! Apply by April 25, 2022 to earn course credit this summer working with: 401 Richmond (Urbanspace) National Trust for Canada Open Art Histories Click on the links above for details on each of these opportunities or download the full application package below. (GraduateContinue reading “Extended call for spring-summer internships”

Event announcement! Graduate Programs in Architectural History and Heritage

Join us on Thursday, March 31 at 4:00pm (EDT) for the online event “Graduate Programs in Architectural History and Heritage,” as part of our Canada Constructed Conversations series. Are you curious about further education in architectural history or heritage? Where can you begin your search? Join a discussion with four representatives from diploma, MA, and PhD programs in architecturalContinue reading “Event announcement! Graduate Programs in Architectural History and Heritage”

Spring-Summer 2022 Internships

We are pleased to offer a number of internship placements for the Summer 2022 term for students interested in architecture, architectural history, heritage, and more. Check out the opportunities below with: 401 Richmond (Urbanspace) ACO NextGen Canadian Architect Magazine Open Art Histories The Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada TO Built Toronto Society ofContinue reading “Spring-Summer 2022 Internships”

My internship with…. the Toronto Society of Architects by Pardis Safdari

In the fall of 2021, a number of students took part in the Canada Constructed internship opportunities, under the course code FAH481H1 in the Department of Art History at the University of Toronto. Here, fourth-year student Pardis Safdari reflects on her internship experience with the Toronto Society of Architects… Tell us a bit about yourself and your internshipContinue reading “My internship with…. the Toronto Society of Architects by Pardis Safdari”

My internship with… the ACO NextGen by Eny Ross

In the fall of 2021, a number of students took part in the Canada Constructed internship opportunities, under the course code FAH481H1 in the Department of Art History at the University of Toronto. Here, third-year student Eny Ross reflects on her internship experience with the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario NextGen program… Tell us about yourself! Hello! I’m EnyContinue reading “My internship with… the ACO NextGen by Eny Ross”

Architectural History: Careers & Opportunities

Did you miss the event “Architectural History: Careers & Opportunities” on February 10? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! The full recording is available below or on our YouTube page. Part of the Canada Constructed Conversations Series, this panel focused on opportunities and careers in architectural history with discussants Alexis Cohen (ERA Architects), Joël LéonContinue reading “Architectural History: Careers & Opportunities”

Event Announcement! Architectural History: Careers & Opportunities

Join us on Thursday, February 10 at 4:00pm (EST) for the online event “Architectural History: Opportunities and Careers,” as part of our Canada Constructed Conversations series. What can you do with your studies in architectural history? Where can you begin your career search? Join a discussion with four early career specialists working in architecture and history: Alexis Cohen (ERAContinue reading “Event Announcement! Architectural History: Careers & Opportunities”

Interview: In conversation with Kate Bauer

How do you research and write the history of Canadian coastlines? Find out in this interview! Here, we speak with Kate Bauer, a current U of T PhD candidate in the Department of History, about her research on lighthouses in Eastern Canada, how she engages with coastal spaces, and some of her favourite lighthouses inContinue reading “Interview: In conversation with Kate Bauer”

In conversation with Prof. Katy Chey

How do architects get into architecture? What do architecture students learn at U of T? Why study local architecture? Find out one architect and educator’s answers to these questions in this interview! Prof. Katy Chey joins us to discuss all of these ideas… and more! Check out the excerpts in the video below, and scrollContinue reading “In conversation with Prof. Katy Chey”