Sponsored by David Penner Architect.
The FRONTlines discussion series creates dialogue and debate on current issues related to architecture, design, and the urban environment facing Winnipeg and Manitoba.
This event will bring together photographers, image-makers, art critics, curators, historians, architects, and students to show and discuss how still images represent action and moves us to act and think about cities critically and creatively. The event will also include a photo competition and symposium run by the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Architecture.
Dan Lett, columnist, Winnipeg Free Press
Esyllt Jones, Professor of History at the University of Manitoba, and author of Imagining Winnipeg: History through the Photographs of L.B. Foote.
Richard Holden, independent photographer, writer and curator.
Ted McLachlan, Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Manitoba, independent photographer and printmaker.
Shep Steiner, Professor in the School of Art at the University of Manitoba, art historian and critic, with publications on the work of Canadian artist Mark Lewis and German photographer Thomas Struth.