- The Mount Royal
- About Us
- Activities and Services
- News and Events
- Take Action
On May 16, Peter Jacobs, Governor of Les amis de la montagne, was made a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in recognition of his excellence and innovation in landscape architecture.
Working as a Professor at the School of Architecture of the Faculty of Environmental Design at the Université de Montréal for more than four decades, Peter Jacobs is a well-known lecturer and holds of numerous awards in landscape architecture. In 2009, Les amis de la montagne and the Ville de Montréal awarded him with the Prix du Mont-Royal, acknowledging his commitment and outstanding actions towards the mountain.
Les amis de la montagne congratulate Peter Jacobs for his nomination to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.
About the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts
Founded in 1880, the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts is an honorary organisation bringing together nearly 800 artists and professional designers established in all regions of Canada. Its members are nominated and chosen by a jury of peers from different disciplines in visual arts, such as painting, printmaking, architecture, design, photography, ceramic, cinema, video production and digital arts.