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Creative Projects for SICK! Problems

Date & time

Thursday, September 24, 2020
12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Other dates

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Cost

This event is free

Website

4TH SPACE

Contact

Rachel Chainey

Where

Online

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Please join us for a public conversation and be inspired by Creative Projects for SICK! Problems presented by an interdisciplinary group of students who took part in the SICK: Social Innovation through Creative Knowing course in the Summer of 2020. The creative solutions that they bring forward resulted from the examination, identification, and creative response to a distinct wicked social or environmental health challenge located in a particular place.

Each student featured here considered their interaction with other sentient beings, including animals and plants, to envision innovative and emergent ways to contribute to their health and wellbeing, as well as that of individuals, families, communities and the inhabited land.  

The use of the creative arts, including: photography, painting, gardening, dancing, zine-making, collage, and poetry, provided methods and materials to develop mutual care practices that sustained and informed each of these creative projects.  

This event is part two of two discussions (Sept. 23 & 24) featuring students who participated in SICK this summer. This conversation will begin with an introduction by Dr. Janis Timm-Bottos, followed by the presentations of Hamid Ayoub, Mohammad Abdolreza-Zadeh and Frederique Mariamo.

How can you participate? Join the discussion via Zoom or by watching live on our Facebook.

Questions? Send them to info.4@concordia.ca


Participants

Janis Timm-Bottos, Associate Professor, Faculty of Fine Arts; Founder/Director Art Hives Network; PI FRQS: engAGE Living Lab

Hamid Ayoub, MA Student, Creative Arts Therapies

Mohammad Abdolreza-Zadeh, PhD Student, Design

Frederique Mariamo, Undergraduate Student, Psychology


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