Pedestrian City Timeline

September 2006 to April 2007: Pedestrian City created as a final project for the MES program at York University

October 2007: Pedestrian City: A Visual Narrative of Trinity Bellwoods displayed concurrently at Walk 21 Toronto, and the Walking Life  exhibit at the Gladstone Hotel

July 2009: launch of Pedestrian City website

October 2009:  Green Mapping with the Vancouver Public Space Network

October 2009: Pedestrian City featured in Vancouver’s Westender

February 2010:  Fragmented Geographies presented at VIVO Media Arts Centre, as part of their Afternoon School programming

May 2010: Cambie Village Corners, a psychogeographic Jane’s Walk

July 2010: interviewed by STEPS: Sustainable Thinking and Expression on Public Space. Read the Q&A here!

April 2011: green mapping at Plan-It Earth sustainability forum

June 2011: memory mapping workshops held at Queensborough Middle School

July 2011: Walking & Memory Mapping: Tools for Public Engagement workshop hosted by Sustainable Cities for their Youth-Led Development interns

August 2011: Memory Mapping Everyday Life featured on Social Practices Art Network

October 2011: Pecha Kucha-style presentation given at Walk 21 Vancouver

September 2013: presentation at Pecha Kucha Seattle vol.46: Walk This Town – Design for a Healthy City, part of the Seattle Design Festival