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Workshops & seminars

Forty-five Passersby Micro-Residency

Date & time
Wednesday, February 14, 2024
2 p.m. – 5 p.m.


This event is free



J.W. McConnell Building
1400 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W.

Wheel chair accessible


Forty-five Passersby is a collective of 45 undergraduate students enrolled in an Art Theory class in the Department of Studio Arts. Since September 2023, they have been working towards conceiving, planning and launching a book and exhibition project that explore themes of collaborative work, sustainable materials and methods in public art, and how to make artworks that build on cultural work in public space.

During this “micro-residency”, members will be using the space and resources to further their book and exhibition plans. Members of the public are welcome to talk about this nature of work and see behind the scenes planning processes: the messier, uncertain parts of “published” formats. Their project is supported by a grant from the Office of Strategic Development at Concordia University and response to a series of sculptures temporarily installed in Place des Aiguilleurs, in collaboration with the REM extension.

How can you participate? Join us in person.

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Mateo Alarie, Daniel Axiuk-Singer, Audrey Barr, Sarah Black, David Buschemeyer, Nico Butel-Marchildon, Celine Chalhoub, Darcy Chortkoff, Jarrah Csunyoscka, Lhassa De Maeyer Velasco, Gabrielle Des Alliers, Samuel Duquette, Nia Gavashelidze, Alejandro Gaztambide-Spillane, Zoe-Amber Geeroms, Duncan Glave, Ramona Hallemans, Owen Herlin, Mak Hogue, Gabrielle Kaprelian, Sarah Knight, Edelys Lamoureux, Phaedra Laurie, Jacob Lepp, Sadie Levine, Monica Malcolm, Léa Marnier, Xavi Meza-Wong, Isabelle Mills, Ahmed Mohamed, Cloé Murphy, Andreea Ocraim, Ahme Park, Sarah Pullen, Khalil Salame, Roy Salibi, Molly Sturge, Manuel Villarroel Carocci, Manni Wang, Kyle Henry Kaientoton Williams, Lioness Wright, Haiyan Wu, Helena Zahra, Aryana Zarin, and Ruby Zhang

Organized by maya rae oppenheimer + Sabina Rak, Office of Strategic Development

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