RADIO INTERVIEWS on the event! Radio Canada International (RCI) invited the exhibition team for a couple of interviews. Mouloud Boukala, member of the scientific team of the exhibition, presents in French the origins of the project among other topics: http://www.rcinet.ca/fr/2017/05/06/le-pouvoir-dun-portrait-exposition-images-et-pouvoir-femmes-noires/ Adriana Cabrera Cleves, co-curator of the exhibition, speaks in Spanish about the curatorial process undertaken […]Read more
Vernissage: THURSDAY, MARCH 23 @ 5:00PM — Wine and Hors d’Oeuvres Date: March 23, 2017 – March 28, 2017 – This exhibit in collaboration with Goldjian traces back the artistic journey of Dr. Margaret Jean Westby’s PhD research-creation project of making a mess of dance and technology through the framework of feminist Science and Technology Studies.Read more
Curating and Public Scholarship Lab (capsl.cerev.ca) Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada May 15th – 27th, 2017 The International Graduate Field School in Critical Museology, sponsored by the Canada Research Chair in Museum and Heritage Studies at Concordia University, will introduce students to the museum as a significant venue for debating social issues, as well as […]Read more
Workshop facilitated by Margaret Jean Westby, her description is as follows: The workshop “Conceptualizing Power in the Institution” addresses issues of authority, distribution, gender, and politics between universities, research labs, graduate committees, faculty, administration, and students. I will define and present a workshop about the Imposter Syndrome and how it impacts gender, politics, and multiple […]Read more
For “Navigating Interdisciplinarity Research-Creation Practices” panel, a round table discussion between Sofian Audry, Mélanie Binette, Joanna Donehower, Taien Ng-Chan, Annie Katsura Rollins, and Margaret Jean Westby (research-creation scholars) that will address performative methodologies outside the boundaries of disciplinary and academic frameworks. The discussion will focus on research-creation works, looking at examples of specific performances and […]Read more
As part of Black History Month, CaPSL presents a community event organized with the Black Community Resource Centre (BCRC). Standing on Their Shoulders is an initiative to highlight, preserve, and pass on the Black, English-Speaking history of Montreal’s Little Burgundy district and engage Black youth to reflect on this heritage through the creation of a series of short videos. […]Read more
“Cuerpos” January 19-27th by photographer Agustina Isidori Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10:30 – 5:00Read more
Don’t miss curator Wanda Nanibush’s exhibition of Indigenous artists contending with the legacy of colonial representations at Concordia’s own Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery!
January 21 – April 1, 2017
International conference, 13-15 March 2017
POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, Warsaw, Poland
Save the Date! CaPSL will co-sponsor the “Museum Anthropology Futures” conference at Concordia University, May 25-27, 2017. Please like our Facebook event page to receive updates!