Heather Cram, MALA, FCSLA
Moderating session: City Dep(ART)ment - Friday, November 5 @ 3:30 pm
Heather Cram is a principal of Hilderman Thomas Frank Cram and a senior designer with over 40 years of experience in the fields of design, landscape architecture and planning.
Heather has been an adjunct professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Manitoba, since 2001. She also served on the Aboriginal Advisory Council since 2005 and represents Hilderman Thomas Frank Cram on the Partners Program, currently sitting on the executive committee.
Heather was on the Winnipeg Arts Advisory Committee from 1999 to 2004 and then, the Winnipeg Arts Council from 2004 until the present, Through WAC, Heather played a major role in achieving Winnipeg’s Public Art Program, initiating the Mayor’s Task Force for Public Art Policy and serving as Chair of the Public Art Program..
Heather joined Hilderman Witty Crosby Hanna in 1981, becoming an associate in 1982 and Principal in 1989 (today, Hilderman Thomas Frank Cram). Heather’s work within the firm has been very wide ranging, from urban design to regional planning to detailed design. She has worked with First Nation communities over the last 20 years, assisting them with community development, in the areas of cultural and heritage development. Her particular area of expertise, over the past 15 years has been in exhibit design, both interior and exterior.