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Call for Submissions to PLAN North West (PLAN NW) Planning Journal
PLAN NW invites interested members of APPI, as well as non members, to submit articles or concepts for articles for consideration in upcoming issues of this planning publication. In addition to submitting a completed article, you may propose an idea or abstract for consideration by the Editorial Board prior to submitting a completed piece. Submissions are encouraged for a range of topics and in various formats, including but not limited to: book reviews, travel experiences, lessons learned, planning history, presentation summaries, or research results. The length of submissions can vary between 500 and 2000 words.
Planners, both APPI members and non-members, are encouraged to share their valuable experiences with their colleagues across the prairies and north to submit an article today! Regulated members of the Institutes may log the time committed to preparing articles as structured learning for the purposes of their mandatory Continuous Professional Learning (CPL). Having your article published in PLAN NW contributes to the planning community and provides an opportunity for professional advancement and personal satisfaction.
If you have any questions about PLAN NW or would like to discuss your idea about a potential article, please feel free to contact [email protected] and one of our Editorial Board members will contact you promptly. See current and past issues of PLAN NW
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APPI Edmonton Event - ᐄᓃᐤ (ÎNÎW) River Lot 11 ∞ (Edmonton's Indigenous Art Park): Stories of this Place
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Tour begins at 5:30 PM
Meeting Location: Parking lot south of ᐄᓃᐤ (ÎNÎW) River Lot 11
ᐄᓃᐤ (ÎNÎW) River Lot 11 ∞, Edmonton’s first dedicated Indigenous Art Park, was created to not only exhibit artworks and celebrate Indigenous artists and cultures, but to serve as a place for gathering, education, and arts programming. Developed in partnership with the City of Edmonton, the Edmonton Arts Council, and Indigenous artists, community members and Elders, this multi-year cooperative process built trust, opened opportunities and explored ways of thinking about place as it relates to Indigenous cultures.
Attendees will learn about the process undertaken to create the art park, how it integrated and strengthened the complex relationships between and with our Indigenous partners, and will illustrate lessons learned that could be applied to related endeavours. There will be an opportunity to discuss whether and/or how the art park fosters local meaning and connection.
Michelle Hartlaub, MCIP, RPP - Principal Planner, City of Edmonton. Michelle’s experience includes policy development and master planning. She is driven to bring relevance and a sense of connection through the public realm.
David Turnbull - Director of Public Art and Conservation, Edmonton Arts Council. David has a Master of Art Conservation from Queens University and oversees Edmonton’s Public Art Collection planning, programming, acquisition and long term care. He is interested in policy development and integrating art into daily life.
Click here to register and pay online. This event qualifies for 1.0 structured learning unit. Space is limited.
APPI Calgary Event - Complete Streets Design & Construction Standards
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Complete streets deal with the spatial relationships between land use and transportation infrastructure design. The compatibility of needed infrastructure within road rights-of-way affects the uses and forms of development in adjacent development sites. Ongoing refinement of design elements and their form will be discussed. Long-term sustainability of these integrated spaces while providing appropriate access to land uses is the end goal.
Presenter: Joe Olson, P.Eng., PTOE, Associate, Transportation, Stantec
Click here to register and pay online. A hot buffet meal will be provided. This event qualifies for 1.0 structured learning unit.
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