In conjunction with Waterloo Architecture’s 50th Anniversary lecture series and exhibition, several student initiatives will be hosting a lunchtime conversation series at the Design at Riverside gallery.
You may have heard the acknowledgement that the Cambridge School of Architecture building and the main University of Waterloo campus sit within the Haldimand Tract treaty lands and the traditional territory of the Neutral, Anishinaabe, and Haudenosaunee peoples. Have you considered more deeply how this might affect and be meaningful to your work in architecture?
BRIDGE is hosting Cards for James, a card drive to celebrate the birthday of a local teenager with severe muscular dystrophy.
Design at Riverside, our local design-focused gallery, is hosting Neighourhood Soup, a public event, on Saturday, December 2nd, 2017.
Despite the chilly weather on the evening of November 10, it was a full house at Coffee House! Waterloo Architecture students from 1A through masters showcased their diverse talents. The audience was mesmerized by bands, a magic show, dance, and instrumentals.
A group of White People are barbecuing. Music plays on their stereos as they pass burgers around picnic tables. Men drink beer, children play cricket. When the ball rolls down to the nearby lake, a young White Boy chases to catch it. That is when he spots a small power-boat of uniformed Black People approaching […]
Treaty Lands, Global Stories has always operated on the premise that storytelling is a powerful tool through which we can learn. Stories transport us and show us unreachable perspectives. They confront us with realities we have never considered before. Our bias towards storytelling is frankly obvious: the word story is our name, after all!
Come out to the Inktober Art Battle at the BRIDGE Storefront tonight.
Alexandra Hucik profiles the new exhibition in Design at Riverside, Carrot City.
BRIDGE is opening up the storefront for its first event of the term! Join us for an evening of board and video games.