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Lectures & Presentations


Lance Berelowitz is a respected opinion leader in city planning and urban design. He is a highly sought after, provocative public speaker, and presents to professional, academic, business and cultural audiences both nationally and internationally, with invited appearances in Barcelona, Berlin, Buenos Aires, London, Ottawa, Portland, Seattle, Sydney, Toronto and Vancouver.

A list of Lance’s public presentations includes:

  • 2011  Faculty of Architecture + Urban Design, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • 2010  Architectural Institute of British Columbia annual conference, Vancouver

  • 2008  Royal City Builders Awards keynote speaker, New Westminster

  • 2008  Where’s The Square? Design Competition, public lecture, Vancouver

  • 2008  The Langara Dialogues, Vancouver Public Library

  • 2007  Architectural Institute of British Columbia, annual conference moderator

  • 2006  World Planners Congress, Vancouver

  • 2006  Barcelona University Architecture School, Spain

  • 2006  University of Washington, International Studies Program, Seattle, USA

  • 2006  Vancouver Public Library, Vancouver: Dream City panel discussion

  • 2006  Vancouver Board of Trade

  • 2005  Canadian Capital Cities Organization annual conference, Charlottetown, PEI

  • 2005  Urban Development Institute, Vancouver

  • 2005  Downtown Vancouver Association

  • 2005  Simon Fraser University/Vancouver City Planning Commission, Dream City panel discussion

  • 2004  International Business Improvement Association annual conference, USA

  • 2002  Canadian Institute of Planners National Conference, Vancouver

  • 2001  University of Sydney, Australia

  • 2000  Flexible Zoning for the New City seminar, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver

  • 1999  RAIC Festival of Architecture, Vancouver

  • 1999  Builders of Vancouver panel discussion on Public Art, Vancouver

  • 1998  Liquid City International Symposium, Berlin Technical University, Germany

  • 1992  International Symposium on Architecture & Culture, Ottawa

  • 1992  School of Community and Regional Planning, UBC, Vancouver

  • 1991  Planning Institute of British Columbia, annual conference, Vancouver

  • 1990  Canada/U.K. Study Group, London, UK

  • 1989  University of Toronto – public housing urban design charrette team leader

  • 1988  Royal Architectural Institute of Canada national conference, St. John, N.B.

  • 1987  Vancouver Revisions – founder-member of exhibition, Vancouver Art Gallery

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