Saturday, October 15, 2011

RAIC BC Advocacy for Architecture Award Dinner, Oct 12

Thank you Architecture Canada

We are very grateful to Architecture Canada, the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, BC Chapter, for acknowledging the work of promoting architecture as ecological education so youth can respond creatively to ecological challenges.   RAIC BC held their annual Advocacy for Architecture award dinner. They presented a RAIC BC Community Advocate for Architecture award to Susan Chung, teacher.  And they acknowledged Stanley King, MRAIC, with a Volunteer Recognition Award.   Other winners of the Advocate for Architecture award:  Cheryl Cooper, director of the Arthur Erickson Conservancy;  Greg Bellersby, Director, Curator of the Charles Scott Gallery, Emily Carr University; Robert Lemon, MRAIC, Heritage Architect;  and Dianne Watts, mayor of Surrey.  (Download the  Architectural Awards Event Photos)

Susan Chung receives an advocacy award from Architecture Canada, RAIC BC

Stanley King, MRAIC receives a volunteer recognition award.

Stanley is cheered on by Mrs. Margaret King, his wife

Judy Choi, Co-Design Group and Margaret King
Cornelia Oberlander
Wayne DeAngelis, Director, RAIC BC  (right)
Drew Ferrari, and Philip Chung, Co-Design Group

Stanley King and Ben Ostrander, Co-Design Group
Bing Thom and Cornelia Oberlander (left)
BC Advocacy for Architecture award and Volunteer Recognition Award