Wednesday, January 15, 2020 | 5 pm reception, 6 pm panel
City Building Design Lab, 616 Macleod Trail SE

The Just City Panel explores topics such as: sharing the city and public space; transparency and awareness around injustice; social responsibility; surveillance and monitoring; the city of diversity and inclusiveness; and self-organization among citizens. The title can also have a double-meaning to say “just the city” or “only the city.” It is a topic that is open-ended with respect to the city: the city as a process, as built form, as an embodiment of collective ideas/values/meaning.

This panel is part of a series of 15 conversations being held across the country in conjunction with the release of Canadian Modern Architecture, 1967 to the Present – co-edited by Dr. Livesey with Canadian Architect editor Elsa Lam for Princeton Architectural Press. Books will be available for signing.

Moderator: Dr. Graham Livesey


  • Dustin Couzens, MoDA
  • Jessie Andjelic, SPECTACLE Bureau
  • Matt Knapik, O2 Planning + Design

University of Calgary School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape presents Panel: Just City

  • January 15, 2020
  • 616 Macleod Trail Southeast
    Calgary, Alberta
    T2G 2M2