Join us in a conversation about the work of late artist-architect Melvin Charney. As a tribute, a panel of invited guests will explore his unique approach to the intersection between art and architecture: from his proposal for the Canadian pavilion for the Osaka World Fair in 1970 and on to his later works including his prize-winning entry for the Canadian Human Rights Monument in Ottawa. Charney, who died on 17 September, 2012, was a close friend of the CCA having developed and designed its sculpture garden. Join guests George Baird, Serge Carreau, Odile Decq, Alan J. Knight and Gwendolyn Owens in a celebration of his life. The event will be moderated by Phyllis Lambert.