This event crossed my desk: I thought many of you might be interested!
The Museum of Vancouver is offering an “out of the box” exploration of Vancouver’s built environment near public transit, on Saturday, February 19, 2011.
Check out the Museum’s calendar for full details: here’s an excerpt below.
Join us for an “out of the box” exploration of Vancouver’s built environment, via public transit, in Part Two of “This is Not an Architectural Speaker’s Series.”
What does it look like? Three mini-walks and talks in three separate transit locales with some of Vancouver’s most engaging architects and urban planners.
“The Path(s) Not Taken: Viaducts, Expressways, and Almost Vancouvers.”
Guides: Vancouver Public Space Network, Michael Green, mgb architecture
Location: Waterfront/Granville Area (details on registration)
“Speed and the Shape of the City: Vancouver’s Evolving Transitscapes”
Guides: Andrew Curran/TransLink & Graham McGarva, VIA Architecture
Location: Broadway/Commercial Area (details on registration)
“Evolution in Station-Area Planning the Cambie Corridor”
Guides: Jim Bailey, City of Vancouver & Peeroj Thakre, pH5 architecture & Urban Republic Arts Society
Location: Canada Line/ King Edward/41st Area
SFU Woodwards 149 West Hastings
Host: Gordon Price, SFU City Program
Mini-Walks are Saturday, February 19, from 10:30 – 11:30AM, Pub Wrapup at 12-2:30PM
EACH Mini-Walk takes place at the same time, and is limited to 25 people per location (75 in total). The wrapup is open to an additional 25 registrants.
To register for this free event, you MUST email email@example.com
Please include: name, email address, phone number, which 1 mini-walk you are signing up for, and a line about why you chose this topic/site.
As far as I know Mini Walk A is fully booked already, but you can still get on a wait list for each walk. You can find more information about each walk on the Museum of Vancouver Facebook event page too!