Today's Arts & Science events
This interactive conversation will explore tools and techniques for creating the arts with groups.
This talk focuses on the entanglements between human labor and machine "intelligence" in artistic performance.
Care is one of those words, like "use" (Ahmed) and "community" (Bauman) that gets imbued with all sorts of associations, the majority of which are positive. And yet, as Maria Puig de la Bellacasa observes, care is sometimes about the right amount of distance.
Upcoming Arts & Science events
In this study, I explore the phenomenon of brain drain, i.e., the migration of highly skilled and highly educated people from less developed countries to the more developed ones.
Symbiosis (“with-living”) is a biological fact: all Earth species live in entangled and reciprocal relations with other life forms.
You are invited to explore Irish night culture in the School of Irish Studies at Concordia University as part of Nuit Blanche.
In this talk, Florian Grond will be discussing his past and ongoing research on immersive audio in sound art and ethnography. He will share insights from collaborative research-creation projects in cultural mediation, assistive technology, and independent art projects.
This talk embarks on an explorative journey linking the medieval methods of character creation, as exemplified in Geoffrey Chaucer's works and particularly the Legend of Good Women, with contemporary media and narrative techniques.
In 2007, Montreal-based garment manufacturer Lamour prepared to shutter its Canadian production activities, gradually laying off nearly 500 of its employees to circumvent labour legislation that would force the company to pay collective layoff benefits.
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