faculty of architecture News Archive
January 26, 2024 —
Global Winnipeg: Architecture students show their warming hut at The Forks
January 26, 2024 —
Icons often represent a city. The Statue of Liberty for New York. The Eiffel Tower for Paris. The Opera House for Sydney. These beacons are more than art or architecture: they represent the collective aspirations of a people, a place, a slice of time when everything seemed possible.
January 22, 2024 —
Winnipeg Free Press: A feast for span fans
January 8, 2024 —
Get ready for a new year of arts and culture at the University of Manitoba. After an amazing Fall Term of gallery exhibitions, theatre productions and concerts, the upcoming slate of programming is sure to inspire and entertain. Here is a roundup of just some of what’s happening in the next few months.
January 5, 2024 —
On Dec. 28, 2023, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Mary Simon, Governor General of Canada, announced 78 new appointments to the Order of Canada.
January 3, 2024 —
As the college looks to fill up its space, with 45% of rooms still available, we talked to Raihanah about her experience as both a student and a member of the Residence Dons team and the benefits she’s experienced from living in the residence.
December 7, 2023 —
December 10th marks the 75th anniversary of one of the world's most groundbreaking global pledges: the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR).For more on this timely topic, read the UM Today The Magazine story with environmental design grad Judith Cheung [BEnvD/11].
September 15, 2023 —
The Faculty of Architecture's Co-op Program had yet another successful year!
August 31, 2023 —
Master of Landscape Architecture students Matthew Glowacki and Gel Illagan have been awarded 2nd place in the international DLA 2023 Student Poster Competition. The competition has been part of the 24th Annual Digital Landscape Architecture Conference in Dessau, Germany. The theme of the competition was "Future Resilient Landscapes". Students were invited to showcase their work by submitting a poster presenting landscape architecture visualization techniques “fueled by experimental communication …, while exploring the boundaries of digital techniques in landscape architecture”. (Competition brief)
August 21, 2023 —
Old-grown trees provide shade, store carbon and memories. The Department of Landscape Architecture celebrated its 50th Anniversary with events throughout the 2022/23 academic year. A tree planting on May 30th in remembrance of 50 years of learning and teaching landscape architecture in Manitoba and of Alexander Rattray, founder and first head of the Department of Landscape Architecture, was the final event of the half-of-a-century celebrations. This horticultural initiative by Dietmar Straub was intended to be a humble but long-lasting contribution to the Fort Garry Campus tree canopy and people’s memory.