ADFF: Virtual Cinema

ADFF: Virtual Cinema

ADFF Virtual Cinema will provide year-round opportunities to see select ADFF films and Q&A’s. Some screenings will be free and others require purchasing a ticket. Stay tuned for more ADFF Virtual Cinema events.
Architecture + Design Film Festival: Winnipeg

Architecture + Design Film Festival: Winnipeg

[Apr 14-18, 2021] Returning for its "9.5 Festival," the Architecture + Design Film Festival (A+DFF) in Winnipeg presents critically acclaimed films focusing on the importance of architecture and design in everyday life. The films cover a range of design-oriented topics from architecture and urban design to graphics and product design. The full festival, for its 10th anniversary, will return in 2022.
Audain Art Museum: Tuesday Night Talks

Audain Art Museum: Tuesday Night Talks

[TUESDAYS @ 8:00PM PST] The Audain Art Museum (AAM) returns with the popular Tuesday Night Talks (TNT) that offer a unique opportunity for online participants to simultaneously enter the Museum and the artist’s studio or home during the evening, while learning about key works in the AAM’s Permanent Collection directly from their respective makers. Hosted by the Museum’s Director & Chief Curator, Dr. Curtis Collins.
Canada Constructed: Architecture and the Public

Canada Constructed: Architecture and the Public

[MAR 9, 2021 @ 4:00pm EST – ONLINE] On March 9th, Canada Constructed Conversations presents a live panel discussion on the role of journalism in the architecture, landscape, and history of Canada. The conversation will feature panelists Alex Bozikovic, Elsa Lam, and the League’s own Adele Weder, moderated by Christy Anderson and Joseph Clarke.
Inform Interiors IG Live Streams

Inform Interiors IG Live Streams

Join Inform Interiors for live stream discussions with Nancy Bendtsen and designers from around the world. Follow Inform Interiors' on Instagram for announcements on the next live stream event.
Ninety Minutes with Michael

Ninety Minutes with Michael

[MAR 26, 2021 @ 9:00am PDT] On the first anniversary of his loss to COVID-19, the Urban Design Forum will gather his comrades Trevor Boddy, Teddy Cruz & Fonna Forman, Eyal Weizman, and Sharon Zukin and his wife, Joan Copjec, to consider: what would Michael call on us to do next? Leading the eponymous Michael Sorkin Studio, Michael championed sustainable design as well as verdant, inclusive, and chaotic public spaces. Through the nonprofit design studio Terreform, he rejected top-down planning projects and imagined alternatives with community advocates.
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