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arrow_rightFitting
09/24/2015 - 19:00

This workshop will explore ideas of belonging and indifference in relationship to our clothing. Garments reflect our personal identity, allowing us to “fit” into a social group, but they also reproduce the prevailing consumer ideologies of society. They protect our bodies but also connect us with a social and globalized world. We all read clothes symbolically, connecting individual knowledge with culturally produced ideas, but we are often unaware of the conditions in which they were produced. In this workshop we will explore our garments in new ways, looking at the imperceptible...  - Scènes de la vie quotidienne à Montréal (on belonging and the politics of belonging) | Discussion and Workshops
30 Sep 2015   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightPinned Down (or how to keep hiding thousands of needles in a haystack)
09/23/2015 - 12:00 to 18:00

  Maria Ezcurra's project Pinned Down (or how to keep hiding thousands of needles in a haystack) is a collective action-installation articulated around a construction made of 100,000 needles and created in situ for this occasion. Joining Ezcurra in the performance, the public will be invited to choose a pin and to receive a black ribbon from the artist. This special project will take place at articule on a very significant date, the one-year anniversary of the mass kidnapping and murder of 43 students from the Ayotzinapa Teacher's College in Mexico, aiming to catalyze a...  - Pinned Down (or how to keep hiding thousands of needles in a haystack) | Special projects
02 Oct 2015   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightLa diversification des populations dans les grands centres urbains: Défis et enjeux, Myrlande Pierre
08/28/2015 - 19:00

Doors open at 6:30 PM Discussion in French with whispered translation to English available Free entrance Wheelchair accessible   It has become common to state that immigration is both a major and irreversible phenomenon that is at the heart of concerns for states, international organizations and different political, economic and social actors. However, more often than not, these questions arise in terms of integration, inequality or precarity. While this is the case for most immigrants, it is even more acute for racialized minorities. How do cities manage the increasing...  - Scènes de la vie quotidienne à Montréal (on belonging and the politics of belonging) | Discussion and Workshops
02 Oct 2015   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightREBEL! Radical Poster Making for our Liberation
08/21/2015 - 18:00

Doors open at 5:30 PM Discussion in English with whispered translation to French available Free entrance Wheelchair accessible As part of Unceded Voices : Anticolonial Street Artists Convergence There has never been a social movement without art and visual communications being central to it. Graphics in particular are powerful living reminders of various struggles for justice. Melanie Cervantes will give participants a brief history of the role of political posters in liberation struggles as well as present Dignidad Rebelde's work. Following the presentation, there will be a...  - Unceded Voices: Anticolonial Street Artists Convergence | Discussion and Workshops
27 Aug 2015   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightDiscussion with the Unceded Voices collective
08/20/2015 - 18:00

Doors open at 5:30 PM Discussion in English with whispered translation to French available Free entrance Wheelchair accessible   As part of Unceded Voices: Anticolonial Street Artists Convergence, this discussion will focus on the art practices of the participating artists as well as their reflections on anticolonial art as a form of resistance to capitalism and all forms of oppression. It will also address the importance of creating a community of women artists who identify as Indigenous and women of colour on Turtle Island. Additionally, the discussion will include the...  - Unceded Voices: Anticolonial Street Artists Convergence | Discussion and Workshops
27 Aug 2015   |   [comment_count]  

arrow_rightRural Glamor from a very Southern América
08/13/2015 - 19:00

Doors open at 6:30 PM The presentation will start at 7 PM In Spanish with English translation Free entrance Wheelchair accessible In addition to her solo exhibition Rural Glamor, presented at Rats9 as part of this year's edition of the Qouleur Festival, Anelys Wolf will be giving a talk at articule on her project Rural Glamor from a very Southern América, an initiative that incorporates the mediums of painting and photography and explores the homoerotic gaze in 1970s rural Latin America. Anelys Wolf lives in Chiloé, an island in southern Chile. Due to the...  - Rural Glamor from a very Southern América | Special projects
14 Aug 2015   |   [comment_count]  

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