May 19, 2022
may 2022 Lecture:
An Architect’s History of Nova Scotia – Part 2

Presenter: Syd Dumaresq, FRAIC
Date: Thursday, May 19, 2022
Time: 7:00 p.m. AT
Location: Lunenburg School of the Arts – 6 Prince Street, Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0 (In-person)

Description: Part two of a lively guided tour through Nova Scotia’s history as seen through the eyes of a fourth-generation architect.

Registration: There is no advance registration for this event. Attendance is limited, please arrive early to guarantee your seat.

Notes: This event is planned to take place in-person and will follow all local and provincial COVID-19 public health and safety guidelines and restrictions. If it is deemed that this event cannot take place in person safely, it will be held virtually online.

Masks will be required at all times; exceptions may apply for presenters/entertainment. Masks can be removed temporarily if refreshments are served.

Please do not enter our School if you have tested positive for COVID-19, experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, or if you have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 10 days.

About the RAIC:

The RAIC South Shore Network encompasses the federal electoral district of South Shore—St. Margarets. The Network offers a series of monthly evening lectures and presentations at the Lunenburg School of the Arts; which offers workshops led by professional art educators and working artists from their historic studio space in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. 

The public presentations by Network members and guests have included topics such as architectural restoration and restoration techniques, energy efficiency, history and culture, as well as profiles of specific architectural practice.  After pausing for 2020, the Network is planning virtual lectures for Fall 2021, with a hopeful return to in-person presentations in 2022. 

RAIC South Shore Network Lecture Series:

The RAIC South Shore Network invites you to attend their 2021-2022 Lecture Series in partnership with the Lunenburg School of the Arts (LSA). Monthly lectures for the fall season will run from September through November and will be held in-person at LSA, COVID-19 restrictions permitting.