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Professional Practice Week lectures at the Dalhousie School of Architecture


The Dalhousie School of Architecture invites architects to their annual Professional Practice Week lectures, taking place this week from January 21 to 25, 2013. This year, the theme is Architects as Leaders and Advocates, and plenary lectures will address: thoughts on the techniques and skills needed in order to practice every day.

Collaborating with Other Architects/Advocating for Health

Monday – Mark Patterson, SmithGroupJJR, Phoenix – 7:00pm

Tuesday – Terry Montgomery, Montgomery Sisam Architects, Toronto – 9:00am

Tuesday – Benjie Nycum, William Nycum & Associates, Halifax – 10:00am

Tuesday – Mark Patterson, Terry Montgomery, Benjie Nycum – 11:00am

Collaborating with Allied Disciplines/Advocating for Aesthetics

Tuesday – Suzan Tillotson – Tillotson Design Associates, New York – 7:00pm

Wednesday – Marianne McKenna, KPMB, Toronto – 9:00am

Wednesday – Suzan Tillotson & Marianne McKenna – 10:00am

Collaborating with the Public/Advocating for the Social

Wednesday – Simon Allford Allford, Hall, Monaghan, Morris, London – 7:00pm

Thursday – James Pfeiffer, BNIM, Kansas City – 9:00am

Thursday – Simon Allford & James Pfeiffer – 10:00am

Collaborating with Clients/Advocating for the Environment

Thursday – Jamie Larson – West 8, New York – 7:00pm

Friday – Brenda Webster, Toronto Waterfront Development Corporation, Toronto – 9:00am

Friday – Susan Fitzgerald, Fowler Bauld & Mitchell, Halifax – 10:00am

Friday – Jamie Larson, Brenda Webster, Susan Fitzgerald – 11:00am

All lectures take place in Room HA19 in the Ralph Medjuck Building, located at 5410 Spring Garden Road in Halifax. For more information, please call 902.494.3973


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