The TLA is very pleased to pass along information and an an invitation from the University of Toronto’s Master of Landscape and Arcitecture students.
Forests of Temagami: An Atlas of Old and New Growth is an exhibition of research by University of Toronto’s Master of Landscape Architecture students who produced a cohesive set of detailed maps relaying various layers of the cultural and environmental relationships that have occurred over-time. The students visited old growth forest stands to not only conduct field research, but to experience and bear witness to the awe-inspiring nature of this ecologically important area of Ontario.
If anyone is up for a trip to Toronto (or is in Toronto), we would like to extend an invitation for you to join us at the exhibition and review of this work. We will have all of the maps pinned to the gallery walls, and over fifty small models as conceptual idea proposals toward supporting the continued health of Temagami’s Old Growth Forests.
Narwhal Contemporary Gallery
Tuesday, April 10 from 2-6 pm for the Review (we have critics that will be commenting on the student work, but please also feel free to participate in this discussion!),
and 6-7 pm for the Opening Reception
Further details regarding the exhibition can be found here: