2015 AIBC Annual Conference: Communicating the Value of Architecture

Jason RobbinsCommunicating the Value of Architecture
October 30, 2015 – 1:30-3 p.m.

Communicating the value of architecture is extremely challenging. The Manitoba Association of Architects Public Affairs Committee (PAC) has spent a great deal of effort refining its value proposition – both the value of architecture and architects. This session will look at the work of Storefront Manitoba, Centre for Architecture Design & Urbanism, a non-profit group of multi-disciplinary professionals that work to “advance the awareness and appreciation of architecture, design and the built environment,” and discuss the roles of the architect as they relate to a perception of value between emerging and established architects.

About the Presenter
Jason Robbins is a founding board member and current Chair of Storefront Manitoba: Architecture/Design/Urbanism, a non-profit organization developed to advance the awareness and appreciation of architecture, design and the built environment in Manitoba. StorefrontMB is responsible for Cool Gardens: a public exhibition of contemporary garden and art, FRONTlines: a discussion series to create a dialogue between the city’s design professionals, developers, and the public, as well as The Winnipeg Design Festival: an annual event that promotes and celebrates design culture in Manitoba with engaging events.

With a background in theatre and film, Jason studied marketing and communications before going to architecture school. Jason Robbins is currently an architect with the Department of National Defence.

This session is sponsored by Tremco Roofing & Building Maintenance.

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