April 18, 2015
by Canadian Architect
As architects, urban designers, planners and socio-economic experts, planningAlliance, regionalArchitects and rePlan help organizations in both the public and private sector capture the productive opportunities that can result from change.
That’s why they’ve launched Change that Works, a series of public campaigns, lectures and exhibitions that explore and share examples of positive change at a community level. By supporting people who are creatively improving the places where they live and work, they hope to inspire others to do the same.
Their photo competition invites members of the public to submit images of #changethatworks on Instagram from April 17-May 15, 2015. The winning entries will be selected by a special jury that includes: Lucas Oleniuk, award-winning photographer at the Toronto Star; Niv Fichman, Canadian producer and director; and Tom Arban, leading Canadian architectural photographer.
Winners will be featured in a special exhibition at the Young Welcome Centre at the Evergreen Brick Works. The exhibition will open as part of 100In1Day Toronto—a festival of civic engagement—and will remain on display until June 30, 2015.
For more information, please visit www.changethatworks.org.
change that works. photo by murukku.