ACAD. DOUGLAS J.CARDINAL

DOUGLAS J. CARDINAL

  1. Arch., O.A.A., A.I.A., A.A.A., M.A.A., S.A.A., O.C., R.C.A.A.,

F.R.A.I.C., F.R.I.A.S.

CURRICULUM VITAE

Born: 1934 Calgary, Alberta

Education: 1963 B. Arch. (Honors), University of Texas, Austin, Texas

Practice: 1964 Douglas J. Cardinal Architect

Corporation: 1976 Douglas J. Cardinal Architect Ltd.

Professional Qualifications & Memberships:

1995 American Institute of Architects, Washington, D.C. Chapter

1991 Certificate of Practice by Ontario Association of Architects

1983 Fellow, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada

1977 Admitted to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts

1973 Member of Manitoba Association of Architects

1964 Member of Royal Architect Institute of Canada

1963 B. Arch (Honors), University of Texas, Austin, Texas

Honors, Awards, Achievements:

2002 Doctor of Laws, Honorary Degree, The University of Alberta, Alberta, Canada

2001 Doctor of Laws, Honorary Degree, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario

2001 Doctor of Laws, Honorary Degree, St. Francis Xavier University, Nova Scotia, Canada

2001 Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts, Ottawa, Ontario

2000 Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland Honorary Fellowship

2000 Degree of Doctor of Engineering, University of Lakehead, Thunder Bay

2000 Honorary Doctor of Letters Degree, Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver

1999 RAIC 1999 Gold Medal for Architectural Achievement

1996 Jury Member for the Governor General Awards in Architecture, The Canada Council

1995 National Aboriginal Achievement Award, Canada

1994 Doctor of Architecture, Honorary Degree, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario

1994 Doctor of Laws, Honorary Degree, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario

1994 Doctor of Humanities, Honorary Degree, University of Lethbridge, Alberta

1992 Canada Council Molson Prize for the Arts

1992 Guest Professor, Bruce Geoff Chair, University of Oklahoma

1992 Doctor of Laws, Honorary Degree, University of Windsor

1992 Great Canadian Award

1990 Officer of the Order of Canada

1990 Nominated as Canada’s “Living Treasure” for the 1990 New Zealand Sesquicentennial Year Celebrations

1990 Honorary Fellowship from the Council of the Ontario College of Art

1990 Ryerson Fellowship, Ryerson Polytechnical Institute

1989 L’Ordre des architectes du Quebec distinction en architecture

1989 Doctor of Laws, Honorary Degree, University of Calgary

1987 MacLean’s Honor Roll

1985 Honorable Mention, Edmonton Space Science Center, Edmonton, Alberta

1983 Doctor of Fine Arts, Honorary Degree, College of Fine Arts, Mass., Boston

1983 Fellow, Royal Architectural Institute of Canada

1978 Award of Excellence, Canadian Architect Magazine, for the Grande Prairie Regional College

1974 Achievement Award for Excellence in the field of Architecture, Province of Alberta

1974 Member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts

1972 Award of Excellence, Canadian Architect Magazine, for the Grande Prairie Regional College

1969 Honor Award, Alberta Association of Architects, for St. Mary’s Church, Red Deer, Alberta

1969 Honor Award, City of Red Deer, Alberta

Exhibitions:

The Canadian Architectural Archives at the University of Calgary, at The Nickle Arts Museum, 2002, Celebrate Cardinal – A Portfolio, an exhibition sponsored by The University of Calgary, RAIC, IXL, The Brick People, and Read Jones Christofferson Ltd.

John David Mooney Foundation (Chicago), 2001, Celebrate Cardinal – A Portfolio, an exhibition sponsored by The Canadian Consulate General and the John David Mooney Foundation in collaboration with the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada

Liege and Mons (Belgium), 1979 Douglas Cardinal, an exhibition sponsored by the Department of External Affairs

Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1979, Transformations in Modern Architecture (represented) Burnaby Art Gallery, British Columbia, 1978, An Exhibition of Models Plans, Drawings and, ……Photographs of the Work of Douglas Cardinal, 1978

Warsaw, 1977, an exhibition sponsored by the Department of External Affairs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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