Student tickets are $9 with a valid student ID. Please call our office (604-264-9642) to purchase student-priced ticket.
Reviving Tamura House: Restoring Sheet Metal Pediments - April 5th
One of the last in the series of City of Vancouver and BC Housing SRO rehabilitations, the Tamura is a storied part of the old Japanese community on Powell Street and now boasts a fully restored spectacular metal cornice. Come hear about how sheet metal cornice work is created and about heritage elements of the Tamura that have been brought back to life. Architect, Mitch Sakumoto, and Eagle Sheet Metal owner, Randy Sewell.
This lecture earns 1.5 Core LU's AIBC
Heritage and Real Estate: Vancouver's Challenging Heritage Environment - April 26th
Come attend an open discussion on the impacts of land speculation and development, the foreign-buyer tax and other issues affecting Vancouver's heritage architecture. This discussion will be between Researcher and SFU City Program Director, Andy Yan, who researches the economics of property values and sales in Vancouver, and Gordon Price, former City Councillor and SFU City Program founding Director.
This lecture earns 1.5 Non-Core LU's AIBC
Please note Brown Bag lectures have moved to a new location in 2017. Lectures will now be taking place at the Downtown Vancouver Public Library, 350 W Georgia, in the Alma VanDusen Room.
Most event expenses are incurred in the four week period just prior to the event. Our registration cancellation policy reflects the fact that we cannot recover these costs. We do not provide refunds or credits for cancellations received less than four (4) weeks prior to an event. We cannot provide refunds or credits for non-attendance.