Tim Maloney is a passionate and engaging performer whose light-hearted Musical comedy is guaranteed to delight audiences of all ages. Tim is a vibrant, multi-faceted entertainer with a colorful, comedic gift for mime, improv, song, dance and theatre. His extraordinary talents create the perfect recipe for fun.
As a pillar of the Port Cityâs entertainment community, Tim has pooled his talents to develop a one man show for the cityâs Tourism industry that has been a phenomenal success. From cruise ships to festivals to trade shows and conventions, Tim has helped revitalize the image of Saint John, New Brunswick as a tourist destination wowing audiences as diverse as the city itself.
Foundation Luncheon keynote speaker Odile Decq is an award-winning French architect, urban planner and academic. Founder of the Paris firm, Studio Odile Decq, her portfolio ranges from art galleries and museums to social housing and infrastructure. Notable projects include the Banque Populaire de l'Ouest in Rennes, the Cargo incubator building in Paris and the Fangshan Tangshan National Geopark Museum in Nanjing, China. Her accolades are numerous. In 1996, she received the Golden Lion at the Venice Architecture Biennial.Â
"It is my distinct pleasure to invite you to join us from the 30thÂ of May until the 2ndÂ of June to celebrate âPorts and Portals: Getting There from Hereâ this yearâs theme for our annual Festival of Architecture."
Michael Cox, FRAIC, RAIC President
"Being a historic port and the oldest incorporated city in Canada, Saint John embraces the importance of its past while building into the future."
Delegates will enjoy many of the new features being offered at the 2018 event!
Delegates will be able to purchase full delegate packages (best value); day packages; additional single event tickets; and, various social tour tickets. Some events are also open to the public who can also purchase single event tickets.
The 2018 CE program offers a wide variety of offerings including sessions with expanded business content.
This year, the RAIC and AANB are presenting the Tradeshow and Lunch.
The tradeshow will bring together exhibitors and design professionals from across Canada to meet, discover new products and innovations, and discuss potential business opportunities.
A series of 20-minute âEmerging Trendâ sessions will profile new trends, techniques or products to ensure delegates are on the leading edge,
With its charming, historic streets, dozens of Â restaurants, bars and galleries in its uptown and the beautiful Bay of Fundy on its doorstep, Saint John, New Brunswick is a vibrant city full of urban adventure on the edge of nature.
The Bay of Fundy, home to the worldâs highest tides, offers excitement and thrills in the heart of the city with the Reversing Rapids. And as Canadaâs first incorporated city (inc. 1785), Saint John boasts unspoiled historical treasures, like the City Market and the Imperial Theatre, on almost every corner.
Population and climate: Approximately 120,000 people live in Greater Saint John, and 750,000 in New Brunswick, Canadaâs only officially bilingual province. Saint John has a temperate climate of approximately 22Â°C or 72Â°F in summer and 3.9Â°C or 25Â°F in winter.
â70-min drive from the United States border at Calais, Maine
â6-hour drive from Portland, Maine
8-hour drive from Boston, Massachusetts
15.5-hour drive or 2-hour flight from Toronto, Ontario
10-hour drive or 90-min flight from Montreal, Quebec
4-hour drive or 40-min flight from Halifax, Nova Scotia
3-hour drive from Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island