Museum Anthropology Futures May 25-27, 2017, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. Please click here for website and registration. This conference invites museum anthropologists (academics, students, and museum professionals), artists, art historians, as well as curators and community thinkers and actors for 2.5 days of stimulating sessions, sustained knowledge exchange, and museum visits. “Museum Anthropology Futures” seeks […]Read more
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
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!