M.ARCH ARC1012YS

Design Studio 2

M.ARCH ARC1012YS April 19 • 9am-6pm • Brigitte Shim

About

ARC1012 is the second studio in the sequence of core architecture design studios at the University of Toronto – John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design. This studio hopes to be a concrete response to the Calls to Action outlined in the Wecheehetowin ‘Answering the Call’ University of Toronto – Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) 34 Calls to Action, more specifically:



Call to Action #17

“The University should work to integrate significant Indigenous curriculum content in all of its divisions by 2025. The Provost should work with the divisions to ensure that specific steps are being taken to launch (or in some cases continue) the needed curriculum reform initiatives. Each division should be evaluated regularly, on its progress towards integrating Indigenous content into the curriculum.”

Guest Instructors:
Amos Key Jr, Faith Keeper of the Longhouse, at Six Nations of Grand River Territory James Bird, Knowledge Keeper of the Dënësųłinë́ and Nêhiyawak Nations and Residential School Survivor

Guests

Miles Gertler (Daniels), Matthew Hickey (Two Row Architect), Amos Key Jr (Faith Keeper of the Longhouse, at Six Nations of the Grand River Territory), David Theodore (McGill University)