Co-Create

NEXT Calgary

What is on Calgarian’s minds
in 2021?
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interactive mapping on 
cc.nextcalgary.com/ltc 



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Studio Instructor:

Fabian Neuhaus

University of Calgary
School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape


Winter 2021

Studio Outline
Citizens+Students


Ds21w OYO 630
Design Studio - OYO - One Year On
Citizens + Students

Collaborators:

Visit the individual collaboration platforms:
. Beddington Heights
. Dalhousie
. Evergreen
. Kingsland
. Northern Hills


. Studio
. Report


Research Projects



These projects are based at the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape.

Research activities are sponsored by:
RPI - Richard Parker Initiative


           [UofC, SAPL]

AAP  - Aging and Place
CAD - Cross-Culture Approaches to Design
CDC - Co-Create Downtown Calgary
CRR - Calgary Ring Road
DSI - Downtown Stakeholder Inventory
DSM - Design Studio Matrix
GRC - Grass Roots Calgary
KX3 - Kingsland x Three
LAC - Language and the City
LTC - Letters to Council (Ongoing)
SDL - Spatial Dimention of the Law
TUC - Tactical Urbanism Calgary
+15 - Plus 15
1M+NXC - Downtown Calgary onemillion feet at the time

TALON - Teaching and Learning Online Network



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Cross-Culture


[Territorial Acknowledgement] We would like to acknowledge the traditional territories of the Niitsitapi (Blackfoot) and the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which includes the Siksika, the Piikani, the Kainai, the Tsuut’ina and the Stoney Nakoda First Nations, including Chiniki, Bearpaw, and Wesley First Nations. The City of Calgary is also home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region III.


[Cross-culture] Cross-cultural studies is an adaptation of the term cross-cultural to describe a branch of literary and cultural studies dealing with works or writers associated with more than one culture. Practitioners of cross-cultural studies often use the term cross-culturalism to describe discourses involving cultural interactivity, or to promote (or disparage) various forms of cultural interactivity.

Dealing with or offering comparison between two or more different cultures or cultural areas. LINK



Background Treaty No 7 medal, taken from: Wikipedia