TABLE FOR TWELVE

8 CITIES. 8 DINNERS. COUNTLESS CONVERSATIONS.

The Canada Council for the Arts has awarded 5468796 Architecture the $50,000 Professional Prix de Rome prize for their project Table for 12, which will allow hosts from eight cities to set the table for informal conversations about architecture. 


The objective of 5468796’s winning project is to research cities around the world with a prominent design culture and to gain a deeper understanding of the catalysts that have built a strong commitment to architecture. At the end of the research period, 5468796 will disseminate the information with the hope that they and others will use it to expand architectural design culture in Canada and beyond.

Edmonton, Canada

We have been generously invited to participate in another Table for 12, this time in Edmonton! 

Table for Twelve - Edmonton

Table for Twelve - Edmonton

Dinner Plans:

Dinner date: Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Venue: MRKT Cafeteria [owned by Carla Alexander and Sal Di Maio]

Meet our Dinner Guests + Contributors:

Lisa Baroldi | Creative Economy & Aboriginal Lead, Enterprise Edmonton

D’Arcy Vane | Director, Enterprise Edmonton

Tai Ziola | Principal, New Studio Architecture

Don Iveson | Mayor, City of Edmonton

Carol Belanger | City Architect, City of Edmonton

Shafraaz Kaba | Partner, Manasc Isaac Architects

Josh Kupsch | Chair, Media Architecture Design Edmonton

Scott McKeen | City Councillor, Ward 6, City of Edmonton

Shane Lapiste | Vice Chair, Media Architecture Design Edmonton

Todd Babiak | Principal, Storyengine & Author

Gene Dub | Principal, Dub Architects Ltd.

Michael Dub | Architect, Dub Architects Ltd.

Tegan Martin-Drysdale | Co-owner, Red Brick Real Estate

Paula Simons | Political Columnist, The Edmonton Journal

Carmen Douville | Sessional Instructor, Industrial Design, University of Alberta

Robyn Webb | Environmental Engagement Coordinator, City of Edmonton

Fish Grikowsky | Arts Writer & Photographer, The Edmonton Journal

Meet our Sponsor:

Enterprise Edmonton promotes life and business in Edmonton to the world, delivers the necessary support and services for businesses operating in the region to succeed, and contributes to the overall economic vitality of our city. 

Meet our Host, Lisa Baroldi:

Lisa Baroldi | Creative Economy & Aboriginal Lead, Enterprise Edmonton

Lisa Baroldi | Creative Economy & Aboriginal Lead, Enterprise Edmonton

Lisa Baroldi is the creative economy & aboriginal lead at Enterprise Edmonton and director & vision holder at Progress Unlimited. She is also a co-founder of Designing Downtown, a vehicle for urban design exchange between cities. Inspired by 546's drive to foster a culture of architecture in Canada, Lisa invited Johanna to speak on Designing Downtown in Oct. 2013 at the first national pecha kucha. Lisa works to advance creative entrepreneurship and design, deepen relationships between cities, and support aboriginal business and citizen-driven projects on Indigenous expression in the city.

TABLE FEED:

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