Annabel Vaughan is an intern architect working in Vancouver. She is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at the University of British Columbia. Her practice works to understand how Vancouver has come to be the city it is, where it is headed in the future, and how the culture of art and architecture will affect the outcome. She has co-written articles for Artspeak, West Coast Line, and Vancouver Matters (Vancouver: Blueimprint, 2008) with Rob Brownie.
Wandering the Leqleqi Portage | Transecting Vancouver’s Narrative
June 17, 2006
June 17 and July 29
Walking from Crab Park on Burrard Inlet to the eastern edge of False Creek this walk will trace one thread of Vancouver’s story along Carrall Sreet.
Meet at the band stand in Crab Park at 2pm.
Annabel Vaughan is a graduate architect working in Vancouver. She is a sessional Professor in the School of Architecture + Landscape Architecture at the University of British Columbia and a member of Space Agency, a local group of artists, architects and writers making space for the discussion of architecture in the public realm.