Martin Cooper, partner and senior archeologist at ASI, has been involved with many heritage buildings such as Osgoode Hall, Castle Loma Stables, and the Old Don Jail. He has also been involved with several archaeological projects that relate to art and art history, including projects associated with Group of Seven artist J.E.H. MacDonald’s “A Tangled Garden” and the 19th century frontier artist Paul Kane’s “French River Rapids”. Most directly related to architecture is his most recent project, the new Thunder Bay Courthouse, where he has been providing aboriginal consultation.
Looking forward to seeing you there!