Meet the New Brunswick Arts Board, board member Monica Adair!
A Master of Architecture graduate from the University of Toronto, Monica is partner of Acre Architects and co-founder of the art & design group the acre collective, both which have been selected as one of Canada’s top emerging firms for Twenty + Change.
She has worked for Plant Architect, Toronto; Skidmore Owings & Merrill, New York and Murdock & Boyd Architects in Saint John where she was project architect for two projects awarded the Lieutenant Governor’s Award for Excellence in Architecture in New Brunswick.
Monica and her partner Stephen Kopp won a National Public Art Competition for their work in transit for a Public Transit Terminal and were recipients of the Sheff Visiting Chair at McGill University School of Architecture in Montreal, where they were awarded the Sheff award for part-time teaching.
Selected to be part of ‘Team Canada, Monica will be participating in the 2012 Architecture Venice Biennale.
Monica at our June 2012 board meeting holding honorary artsnb member, Hugo.