Congratulations to Stefanie Bobetsis! Through uncovering the relationships between politics, religion, iconography, spirituality, immigration, and the modern world, her mixed media drawings uncover unique family and cultural history, unraveling both the hardships and successes of immigrating from Greece to Canada. Her work provides women with the opportunity to voice their experiences and be represented both visually and through language. Her new series focuses on her grandmother’s journey from Greece to Canada through a triptych. Each image is titled and inspired by poems her grandmother wrote during her immigration. Stefanie’s goal was to place her grandmother within the Greek Orthodox space through iconography, which is usually represented by male figures.
Image One Title: Childhood Years; Image Two Title: Trip to the Unknown; Image Three Title: Birth Place
Medium: Graphite and chalk pastel on BFK paper mounted onto plywood; Size: 2.5ft x 3ft (each).
The replacement of Maple Leaf Outdoor Pool is open for the neighbourhood to enjoy! P3A was proud to work on this project with HCMA and the City of Regina. The pool has been an important part of the Heritage area in Regina for 7 decades. The pool features zero-depth entry to improve accessibility and new change rooms and washrooms. The replacement of the pool revitalizes the surrounding community and enhances a long tradition of summer fun in the heart of the neighbourhood.
Cameron is a recent graduate of the Architectural Technologies Program, specializing in Building Science, at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Moose Jaw. Cameron received the Dennis Noreen Memorial Award for volunteerism and peer support in the classroom.
Cameron has many roles outside of the workplace. In the summer, he holds the position of Director of Officiating and coaches within the Regina Field Lacrosse Association. In the winter, Cameron officiates hockey, including the U18 AAA and Junior levels.
Mary-Jane completed the Architectural Technologies program specializing in Building Science at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Moose Jaw and she received Building Science Instructor’s Award based on recognition of excellence.
She completed her work terms in the roles of Junior Architectural Technologist, Assistant Project Manager, and Structural Technologist. These roles allowed for unique opportunities in Construction Documents, Contract Administration, Preliminary Designs, Design Development, and Project Close.
P3A is proud to announce that Landon Lucyk has completed his requirements for licensure with the Saskatchewan Association of Architects. Landon completed both his Bachelor of Environmental Design and Master of Architecture from the University of Manitoba. His thesis explored the connection and importance of the design through the act of building. This tactile relationship to architecture and the built environment has defined Landon’s passion for design. He joined P3A full-time in 2017 as an Intern Architect where he was involved in the design and construction of the Conexus Credit Union Head Office and a variety of other projects. Congratulations Landon!
Whether he is managing projects or collaborating with stakeholders, Abiola is hands-on. His passion for creating great and safe spaces earned him a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, a Master’s in Environmental Design, and a National Construction Safety Officer NCSO™ certification. He has been involved in the design, construction, and roll-out of several retail spaces in West Africa and Canada.
Outside work, he loves to volunteer and has a special interest in photography and a passion for music. In Saskatchewan, he has volunteered as a computer tutor, soccer coach, and within the construction industry.
Nominated by his peers in recognition of his three decades as an industry leader, Patrick Kelly, Principal at P3A, has been admitted into the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada’s College of Fellows. Fellowship is bestowed for life and is one of the highest distinctions RAIC confers on a Member who has made an outstanding contribution to research, scholarship, public service and/or professional standing for the good of architecture.
Pat values his client and community relationships, and his work has resulted in numerous award-winning designs. His mentorship of architectural graduates has influenced the next generation of architects to achieve excellence through generosity and professionalism (and great sense of humour).
The P3A family extends a big congratulations – well deserved!