Working with students on a project through CityStudio can provide valuable outside-the-box thinking and experimentation to help move important issues forward. Our team will provide support throughout the process to ensure the best results for you and the students.
I found it very manageable this term. The CityStudio staff and faculty partner were helpful in managing communications with the students and very respectful of our time.Anonymous municipal partner, December 2020
Are you a CapU faculty member interested in incorporating CityStudio into your course?
City Staff & Partners
Are you a CNV staff or partner who would like to collaborate or suggest an opportunity?
For a project to be successful, we’ve learned that:
- Most collaborations take place in the Fall (September to December) and Spring (January to April)
- Staff need to dedicate a minimum of 10 hours during the term (complex collaborations may require more time)
- This includes a pre-term scoping meeting, 3 in-class visits and HUBBUB, our end-of-term showcase.
Thank you for all your hard work connecting instructors and community partners, and for your guidance and dedication. It was such a rewarding experience for me and my AHIS330 students. I highly recommend instructors get involved. Project-based learning is so fantastic. Can’t wait until we can do face-to-face projects again.Sandra Seekins, Art History Coordinator and Instructor, April 2020
Hear from our participants
Check out the stories of students, faculty and staff partners who have completed a CityStudio project.
- BEYOND THE STUDIO: ENCOUNTERS WITH PUBLIC ART: DECOLONIZING LITERACIES OF SELF, PLACE, AND EDUCATION PROJECT UPDATE WITH MONOVA“What is your connection to this place and its history?” “How does who you are… Read more: BEYOND THE STUDIO: ENCOUNTERS WITH PUBLIC ART: DECOLONIZING LITERACIES OF SELF, PLACE, AND EDUCATION PROJECT UPDATE WITH MONOVA
- Anh Vu + CULTURAL EXCHANGE KITCHENAnh Vu was part of the team that created Cultural Exchange Kitchen and won Second Place… Read more: Anh Vu + CULTURAL EXCHANGE KITCHEN
- CityStudio Volunteer Superhero: Yen YuenWhat is it like to be a CityStudio volunteer? How has it evolved over the… Read more: CityStudio Volunteer Superhero: Yen Yuen
- Connor Johst + RoomReaderConnor Johst was part of the team that created RoomReader in Fall 2020. His group won Third Place and… Read more: Connor Johst + RoomReader
- Iggy Lao + Alcohol in Public Spaces ResearchIggy Lao was part of the team that conducted research on the Alcohol in Public… Read more: Iggy Lao + Alcohol in Public Spaces Research
- Aliz Revoczi + QR Codes for Public ArtAliz Revoczi was part of the team that created proposed the QR Codes for Pubic… Read more: Aliz Revoczi + QR Codes for Public Art
- Kirsten Marr and Angela Jiang: Love Letters & Secret GardensKirsten Marr and Angela Jiang are two of the students who created the Love Letters… Read more: Kirsten Marr and Angela Jiang: Love Letters & Secret Gardens
- Mikaela Johnson + Just Click. It’s Quick!Mikaela is one of our first CityStudio North Vancouver alumni. She was part of the… Read more: Mikaela Johnson + Just Click. It’s Quick!
- Elnaz Khanverdi + NOVAElnaz is one of our first CityStudio North Vancouver alumni. During the first term of… Read more: Elnaz Khanverdi + NOVA
- Tatjana Steck + BarkletsAs someone who already studied in several countries, I can say that CityStudio North Vancouver… Read more: Tatjana Steck + Barklets
My school work felt useful, like it was something that could make a change/have a purpose.Laura Choo, Tourism Management student, December 2020