Heather Braiden

McGill University
Participe à 1 Session
Heather Braiden is an Assistant Professor in Landscape Architecture at Dalhousie University and a PhD candidate at the McGill School of Architecture. Over the last decade, Heather’s research has evolved to include the cultural perceptions and social identity in post-mining landscapes. Her findings have been presented at several international conferences and in other academic settings. Paula Meijerink is an Associate Professor in Landscape Architecture at the Knowlton School, Ohio State University and cofounder of the firm WANTED Landscape. Paula’s engagement with landscape is from a political perspective, exploring and asserting change occurs through the act of design. She has lectured and published internationally. Paula has worked with community members in Thetford Mines since 2009 and the two women have been collaborating on projects since 2010. In 2015, they received a grant from the Landscape Architecture Foundation Canada, supporting their research on Theford Mines, and since have presented at two international conferences on the post-industrial landscape both as a sublime creation and as a vernacular construct.

Sessions auxquelles Heather Braiden participe

samedi 4 juin, 2016

13h30
13h30