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Not for Sale!!

  • TUE - SUN
    20/05 > 30/09
    11 AM - 7 PM

    01/10 > 26/11
    10 AM - 6 PM
  • Giardini
  • Admission with ticket

Commissioner: Canada Council for the Arts
Curators: Architects Against Housing Alienation (AAHA): Adrian Blackwell, David Fortin, Matthew Soules, Sara Stevens,Patrick Stewart, Tijana Vujosevic
Exhibitors: A Better Tent City Waterloo Region, Affordable Housing Association of Nova Scotia, Alex Wilson, University of Saskatchewan, At Home in the North, Atelier Big City, Bâtir son quartier, Blackwell, Canadian Cohousing Network, Centre d’ecologie urbaine de Montréal (CEUM), Comité Logement Ville-Marie, CP Planning (Community in Public), David T Fortin Architect Inc, FBM architecture - interior design- planning, Gentrification Tax Action, Grounded Architecture Inc., Haeccity Studio Architecture, Idle No More, Ipek Türeli, Interloge McGill University, Katlia Lafferty, National Indigenous Housing Network, Keele Eglinton Residents, L'OEUF Architects, Lancelot Coar, University of Manitoba, LGA Architectural Partners, Luugigyoo, Patrick R. Stewart Architect, Nisga'a Nation; Navigator Street Outreach Program Maison du développement durable , Maison du Savoir et de la Littérature by Maison des gens de letters, One House Many Nations, Ouri Scott, Urban Arts Architecture Inc., Parkdale Neighbourhood Land Trust, Sarah Silva Squamish Nation, Hiyam Housing, Shawn Bailey, University of Manitoba SOCA (Studio of Contemporary Architecture), SOLO Architecture, SvN Architects + Planners, Sylvia McAdam, Windsor University, Table de concertation du Faubourg Saint-Laurent, Toronto Tiny Shelters, This Should Be Housing tuf lab; Xalek/Sekyu Siyam Chief Ian Campbell, Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation)


c\a\n\a\d\a is in the midst of a severe housing crisis. Its symptoms include widespread unaffordability, under-housing, precarious housing, and homelessness. Not for Sale!! is a campaign of ten demands, each with an associated activist architectural project, to end housing alienation. The Canada Pavilion is the campaign headquarters, connecting architects, advocates, and activists within the growing movement for housing accessibility and affordability. Architects Against Housing Alienation is mobilising Canadians to demand socially, ecologically, and creatively empowering housing for all.

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