Alfred Holden, aged nine, visits various sites at Expo 67, in Montreal, including Arthur Erickson's Man in the Community pavilion, Habitat 67, Buckminster Fuller's American pavilion, Katimavik
Way back in time it seemed to Man in the Community like that, but the world of the Man in the Community Theme Pavilion at Expo 67 is complete in its contrast and completely new. Man's passion for modern city-communities began only in history's yesterday.
Expo 67 Theme Pavilions- Man In The Community and Man and His Health, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Designed 1965 Photo by Malak For thumbnails and project information click in photo.
Man, his planet and space: This pavilion looks at how far man has come as an explorer. It looks at man in his environment and his relation to nature; the earth and the minerals and natural resources extracted from it; and beyond earth which focuses on the solar system and space.
Although every participating country or organization was invited to incorporate the exhibitions main theme into the plans for its pavilion, the Expo Corporation decided to dramatize its central vision in a chain of theme pavilions scattered round the site, devoted to Man the Explorer, Man the Producer, Man the Creator, Man in the
Expo 67 was held from April to October 1967.It is estimated that 50 million people made the trip to Île Sainte-Hélène and Île Notre-Dame to visit the Fair, which hosted the pavilions of 62
They have been researching and preserving many of the films shown at Expo. These include Canada 67 Telephone Pavilion , Polar Life Man the Explorer , A Place to Stand Ontario Pavilion , We Are Young Cominco , Labyrinth, Kaleidoscope, Citerama Man In the Community Pavilion .
Welcome: The arrival of Expo 67 was perfectly timed as a salute to Canada as a nation on it's 100th birthday anniversary. When organizers planned this world's fair, they had predicted that only 35 million people would show up.
Expo 67 theme pavilion: Man In the Community and Man and His Health. Expo is also known as Worlds Fair where the main attractions of Expo are the national pavilions, created and designed by participating countries. During the Expo 67 held in Montreal, Quebec, Arthur Erickson was in charge of 2 of 5 theme pavilions: Man In the Community and
This man build oasis, open to the sun and rain, represented urban man's greatest need. The pavilion's intention was to pose some of the questions confronting man about changing conditions within the urban environment wit an emphasis on the human community.
Expo 67, the "Universal and International Exhibition," was the highlight of Canada's Centennial celebrations in 1967. Senator Mark Drouin of Québec first developed the idea of a world exhibition in Montréal to serve as a focal point for Canada's celebrations of its 100th birthday.
Expo 67: Expo 67, international exposition held in 1967 in Montréal, Québec, to celebrate Canadas centennial. Senator Mark Drouin of Québec first developed the idea of a world exhibition in Montréal to serve as a focal point for Canadas celebrations of its 100th birthday.
This pavilion looks at how man has changed in the 20thcentury due to urbanization. This city-community that man has created is an ever-changing background filled with strangers. This pavilion looks at the way cities have progressed from Mesopotamia and Egypt to contemporary cities, as well as the challenges man now faces in his urban community.
The Man in the Community Pavilion Meredith Dixons slide of Man in the Community Theme Pavilion of Figure 1 featured on the cover of this report was located on Cité du Havre, the land harbor peninsula of Montréal, west of the islands of Notre-Dame and St. Hélène on the St. Lawrence River, as shown in the Expo Site Map of Figure 4.
PHOTOS, Expo-67, Images, High resolution. DOWNLOAD the EXPO-67 - OFFICIAL -SOUVENIR PLAN. AUTHOR of the Above MAP:Compagnie canadienne de l'Exposition internationale de 1967 Société de la couronne - Gouvernement du Canada
The Expo 67 International and Universal Exposition featured 90 pavilions representing Man and His World, on a theme derived from Terre des Hommes, written by the famous French pilot Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
Soviet Pavilion Expo 67, Montreal, Canada--I was temporarily in a wheel chair that vacation and the people at the Soviet exhibit were so nice and gave me little pins with Russian words on them.
Way back in time it seemed to Man in the Community like that: but the world of the Man in the Community Theme Pavilion at Expo 67 is complete in its contrast and completely new. Man's passion for modern city-communities began only in history's yesterday.
Maps . Cité du Havre pavilions: Stadium, Place d'Accueil, International Broadcasting Center, Administrative Pavilion, Man the Creator: Fine Arts and Photography, Expo-Theatre, Jeunesses Musicales, Hospitality Pavilion, International Trade Center, Expo-Club, Quebec Industries, Olympique House, Labyrinth, Man in the community and Habitat 67.
Covering by the television of Radio Canada. Original soundtrack of the pavilion Man in the community.
Two of the pages of an Expo passport with stamps from the pavilions visited, including Iceland, Finland, Norway and the Youth Pavilion. Montreal Gazette files. The Expo 67 motto, Man and His World
Welcome to the Grand Pavilion; Mission Statement; Testimonials; Policy of Non-Discrimination; Case Studies; Specialty Programs. Community Interior Show slideshow
Expo 67 featured 90 pavilions representing Man and His World themes, nations, corporations, industries and religions including the U.S. pavilion, a geodesic dome designed by Buckminster Fuller. Expo 67 also featured the Habitat 67 housing complex designed by architect Moshe Safdie , which is still occupied.
A couple of years ago, I came upon two 16mm color films from Expo 67, and had them transferred to DVD. The two films are "This Was Expo 67", and the other