Saturday, October 21, 2 – 4 pm
“What About Truth?”
Location: room EV 2.776 (access via the FOYER EV 2.781), EV Building, 1515, Ste-Catherine W.
Interdisciplinary panel discussion on the political role of intellectuals in a post-truth era, extending the inquiry initiated by the project SIGHTINGS 21. (Post-)Truth on Display. With four Concordia University professors: Rosemary Collard, Department of Geography, Planning and Environment; Graham Dodds, Department of Political Science; Shauna Janssen, Department of Theater; and Theresa Ventura, Department of History.
Moderator: Katrie Chagnon
More details about the event here
A est a si A is a est A
Through December 21
A project by Marion Lessard
SIGHTINGS is located on the ground floor of the Hall Building at 1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. West
In conjunction with the upcoming exhibition-forum
OWERÀ:KE NON AIÉ:NAHNE
FILLING IN THE BLANK SPACES
Workshop Series – Call for participation
The workshops series will be led by Skawennati, Jason Edward Lewis and the AbTeC production team and comprises 4 workshops across 4 weeks in November.
Participants will be taught tools and methods in the emerging technique known as machinima—filmmaking in virtual environments.
Registration required: firstname.lastname@example.org
More information about the workshop series here.
Florence Yee, a Studio Arts Concordia student in painting and drawing is the recipient of the Ann Duncan Travel and Tuition Award 2017-2018. Congratulations!
The Award helps offset the cost of travel to a significant international contemporary art event.
An exhibition-forum on the research and creative work of Aboriginal Territories in Cyberspace
November 4 – December 2
A project by Jason Edward Lewis and Skawennati
With documentation from the Skins Workshops, selections from Illustrating the Future Imaginary and other research/creation projects, and a CyberPowWow reboot
Saturday, November 4, 3 – 5 pm