September 4, 2018
by Canadian Architect
With the new school year underway, the Ryerson University Department of Architectural Science (DAS) is kicking off its 2018-2019 lecture and events series with a diverse collection of free talks and exhibitions throughout the new academic year. Taking place at Ryerson’s Paul H. Cocker Gallery and running from September to May, this year’s events include talks, exhibitions, award programmes, a collaborative exercise, and the annual year end show.
Designed by Gow Hastings, the Paul H. Cocker Gallery at 325 Church hosts the year’s Ryerson DAS lectures and exhibitions. Image via Gow Hastings.
Thursday, September 27 — Carol Phillips: Moriyama & Teshima Architects, Toronto
Sponsored by the Toronto Society of Architects
September 20 – October 26 — Instrumentality of an Eternal Baroque
Reception: Thursday, September 20
Monday, October 15 — Nille Juul-Sørensen: Arup Group Limited, London
November 8 – November 21 — DAS Student Awards
Reception: Thursday, November 8
Friday, November 23 — Douglas Cardinal: Douglas Cardinal Architects, Ottawa
Sponsored by the Canadian Wood Council
Thursday, January 24 — Kiel Moe: Gerald She Chair in Architecture, McGill University
January 11 – February 1 — Collaborative Exercise
Reception: Friday, January 11
Thursday, February 7 — Marion Weiss: Weiss/Manfredi Architects
This Annual Margery Winkler Memorial Lecture is co-sponsored by the Hemson Simpson Lecture Series at the Ryerson School of Urban & Regional Planning.
February 14 – April 5 — Graduate Thesis Work
Reception: Thursday, February 14
Thursday, March 7 — Sandor Naus
Sponsored by the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
May 2 – May 31 — Year End Show
Reception: Thursday, May 2.
More information about this year’s Ryerson DAS events is available via this link. All of this year’s events will be held at the Paul H. Cocker Gallery at 325 Church Street in downtown Toronto, taking place from 18:30 to 20:30.