Monday, May 7, 2018
IPPY Bronze medal in Popular Culture for “Seeing, Selling, and Situating Radio in Canada, 1922-1956”
Seeing, Selling, and Situating Radio in Canada, 1922-1956 by Michael Windover (SSAC: Art History) and Anne MacLennan (York University) has been awarded an IPPY (Independent Publisher Book Award) Bronze Medal in the Popular Culture category. The book explores the visual and material culture of radio in Canada and was published by Dalhousie...
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Summer Courses 2018
May-June ARTH 1100 Art and Society: Prehistory to the Renaissance ARTH 1200 History and Theory of Architecture 1: Prehistory to 1600 July-August ARTH 1101 Art and Society: The Renaissance to the Present ARTH 1201 History and Theory of Architecture 2: 1600 to Present ARTH 3705/4705 Selected Museum Exhibition: 19th-Century European Painting from the...
Thursday, April 19, 2018
Call for Papers – RENDER Vol. 6
Carleton University’s Art History Graduate Students’ Society is pleased to announce the sixth issue of RENDER, a student-run publication dedicated to the dissemination of ideas rooted in visual culture. Submission deadline May 25, 2018 For more information, visit the RENDER...
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
2018 Undergrad Research Symposium, in honour of Angela Carr
Today we had a wonderful group of students present their work at the 2018 Undergrad Research Symposium, in honour of Angela Carr’s retirement. A very special thank you to all the students who presented today, the students include: Benjamin Peterson, Laura Curtis, Noah Turcotte, Ka-Pui Gentles, Christina Leger, Casandra Brunet, Emmett MacKay,...
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Thursday, March 1, 2018
What’s Wrong with this Process?
Wednesday night was the City of Ottawa’s Open House on the latest proposal for an addition to the Château Laurier. It was a strange event. I could write about the applicant’s failure to demonstrate that the design is deferential...
Friday, February 9, 2018
What’s Wrong with this Picture(sque)?
Okay, I made it pretty clear in my last blog that I don’t like the new proposal for an addition to the Château Laurier. But my saying I don’t like it is pretty meaningless unless I can explain what I think is wrong with it....
Thursday, February 8, 2018
I really thought it would be harder this time around. I thought that after a public consultation and several long months to think it over, Larco Investments’ third proposal for an addition to the Château Laurier would be a bit...
Friday, September 22, 2017
Just the Facts, Please
In the question period after my recent presentation to the City Planning Committee, I had a spirited exchange with Councillor Rick Chiarelli, who represents College Ward. I had referred to fears that inclusion on the Register would...
Monday, September 18, 2017
Heritage, Like it or Not
In my last blog, I said that the motion passed by the City’s Planning Committee last week was not bad, but had some problematic implications. To recap: the committee accepted the list submitted by their staff for inclusion on the...