Past Lectures Library
Missed a TSA lecture? We’ve got you covered! From public forums to technical seminars, every year the TSA offers dozens of lectures as we learn, share, and discuss around our shared passion for the built environment. This is our centralized hub to find them all.
On this page, you will find a selection of our recorded lectures collected over the past years. Some of these, like our Urban Affairs Forum and IDEAS Forum are free to view for everyone, while others like our technical lectures might require TSA membership to access. We are constantly adding new lectures – past and present – so make sure to check often for the latest recordings.
Please note that viewing these past lecture recordings does not qualify for OAA Structured Learning Hours. For more information on OAA’s Con-Ed guidelines, please refer to the OAA Website here.
Urban Affairs Forums & IDEAS Forums
Created as means to engage our membership and the greater public in issues of city building, each our Urban Affairs Forums and IDEAS Forums revolve around a topical theme dealing with current urban and architectural issues.
A yearly collaboration between the City of Toronto and the TSA during Doors Open Toronto, Architects’ Talk is a thought-provoking public conversation binging together numerous local architects and experts across a wide variety of fiends to reflect upon Doors Open’s yearly theme.
Our past TSA Architects’ Talks are available for everyone to view using the links below.
Technical Lecture Series
Members Only (Use code in TSA Bulletin)
Our skill-building series for design professionals, technical lectures are information packed sessions led by industry experts. Sessions range from technical and policy topics to soft skill and business management sessions.
Looking for upcoming technical lectures? Check out our upcoming lectures page.
Newcomer in Architecture Info Session
The video below is a recording of a Newcomer in Architecture Information event held online on October 27, 2021. The session included presentations by the Toronto Society of Architects, the Ontario Association of Architects and the Canadian Architectural Certification Board with a particular focus on paths to licensure. It is a great resource to understand the different paths available.
Are you an internationally trained architectural professional looking for resources, or know someone who would find it helpful? Check out our Resources for Internationally Trained Architectural Professionals page.