Architecture Canada | RAIC announces 2011 President’s Award in Architectural Journalism
Architecture Canada | RAIC is pleased to recognize Adele Weder with the 2011 President’s Award in Architectural Journalism for her piece “Call Of The Wild” published in the July 2010 edition of Canadian Architect.
Adele Weder is a Vancouver-based architectural journalist and author. Since 1996 she has been a regular correspondent for Canadian Architect, Azure, and several other publications in Canada and the United States. She has also served as a guest curator and consultant for exhibitions at the Maison d’architecture in Montreal and the Contemporary Art Gallery in Vancouver.
She received her Masters in Advanced Studies in Architecture at the University of British Columbia in 2005. As a contributing author to B.C. Binning and the Guidebook to Contemporary Architecture in Vancouver, she is presently working on a monograph of architectural photographer Selwyn Pullan, to be published by Douglas & McIntyre in 2012.
Offered annually, the President’s Award in Architectural Journalism recognizes a unique story, article or radio or television piece for its contribution to the widespread dissemination of architectural values and ideas. The winner is chosen by a jury of RAIC past presidents.
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