Images and Power: Black Women – May 1st to May 10th, 2017

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 […]

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Exhibit – Dancing Agents: Remapping Gender and Remixing Traces in Digital Culture

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.

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Standing on Their Shoulders

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. […]

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