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student exhibition in the larry wayne richards gallery

How...? Ten Questions on the Future of Advocacy and Change

Thu, Oct 7/21 – 6:30pm to Tue, Nov 30/21 – 5:00pm

Larry Wayne Richards Gallery 

This group exhibition features thesis and capstone projects from Architecture, Forestry, Landscape Architecture, Urbanism and Visual Studies. Framed by ten questions, the projects emphasize the methods and processes enlisted in the act of imagining possible futures. The work featured in the exhibition is underscored by the events of this past year, which included a global pandemic, the forward march of a seemingly irreversible climate crisis, and sustained protests against social inequity and structural racism. What is the role of architecture, forestry, landscape architecture, urbanism, and visual studies in this context?

Aisling Beers (BAAS)
Alexandra Farkas (FOR)
Maya Freeman (BAVS)
Natalie Heyblom (FOR)
Rida Khan (MUD)
Louisa Kennett (MLA)
Shivathmika (Shiva) Suresh Kumar (MARC)
Phat Le (MARC)
Gemma Robinson (BAVS)
Jennifer Chau Tran (MLA)

Exhibition Team:
Brandon Bergem
Aisling Beers
Gemma Robinson

Image credit: Harry Choi

The exhibition will be on view in the Larry Wayne Richards Gallery in the Daniels Building. The University of Toronto requires individuals present on campus to be vaccinated. Prior to attending the exhibition, U of T community members should upload their proof of vaccination and complete a self-assessment via UCheck. Visitors who cannot access UCheck should complete a COVID-19 contract tracing form; this form is also accessible via QR code at the Daniels Building.

Please consult the Daniels Faculty COVID-19 FAQs and UTogether hub for more information about visiting campus.