The Saint-Jacques' Bell Tower of UQAM : Looking ahead

News - March 23rd, 2016

Landmark in the landscape and history of the town, the bell tower of the former Saint-Jacques Cathedral was integrated in the Judith-Jasmin Pavilion (UQAM) in 1975. Could this famous vestige take a greater place in Montreal's imagination and urban space? This third talk concretely allows discussion on the future of this iconic tower, its symbolic potential and development tracks. Guests will have the opportunity to stimulate new ideas to radiate this icon at the height of its value and potential .


  • Natalie Lafortune, Visual artist     
  • Martin Drouin, Professor, Department of Urban and Tourism Studies, School of Management Sciences , UQAM     
  • Jonathan Cha, urbanologue and landscape architect

This conference-talk is the last of a serie of three.
It will be held at la Salle des Boiseries du pavillon Judith-Jasmin de l’Université du Québec à Montréal.
Consult the detailed program of the event

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