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Advocates for Equitable Design Education (AEDE) is a student-run collective at the University of Calgary’s School of Architecture, Landscape, and Planning (SAPL), which is dedicated to the advancement of critical pedagogy in design and recovery of dialogues minimized in current design practices.

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Advocates for Equitable Design Education (AEDE) is a student-run collective at the University of Calgary’s School of Architecture, Landscape, and Planning (SAPL), which is dedicated to the advancement of critical pedagogy in design and recovery of dialogues minimized in current design practices.

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Symbolism tied to the home transcends ethnic origin; all cultures have their own stories and associations with domestic spaces. As the hearth has symbolic meaning tied to comfort and family, aspects of the home like the walls, roofs and doors also have symbolic meaning. This project, made up of a workshop and exhibition, engages immigrants in a dialogue around living in Canada and their perceptions of home and sense of place in a foreign country, through their personal accumulation of stories and experiences.

From April 1 - 15, 2022, the outcomes of this workshop will be on display at the City Hall C-Train station in downtown Calgary!

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Episode 2 of Field Talks is out!



Episode 1 of Field Talks is out!



October 22, 2020
Field Theories - Whose City?




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