image c/o Ian Bradley-Perrin and Vincent Chevalier/PosterVirus

CEREV Postdoctoral affiliate Jenny Doubt shares her reflections on public memory, historiography, and HIV/AIDS activism in light of events held in Montreal and New York over recent months in our latest blog post. In collaboration with Ian Bradley-Perrin (MA candidate, History), she is currently developing a ‘prototype exhibition’ examining the implications of the development of legal and media-led master narratives about HIV/AIDS in Canada.

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Concordia undergraduate student Brittany Watson shares her reflections on translating a class project from the classroom into curatorial and archival work. Brittany was asked to curate an “imagined exhibition” as a component of Dr. Heather Igloliorte’s undergraduate seminar Exhibiting Aboriginal Art in Theory and Practice, taught in the Department of Art History at Concordia University.

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image © Molo Songololo, Issue No. 40, August 1985, Cape Town.

Children’s Art from the Past and Present: An Interdisciplinary Symposium
April 11, 2014
9:45 AM – 6:00 PM
CEREV Exhibition Lab
Room LB-671.00
J.W. McConnell Library Building, Concordia University
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd W.
Montreal, QC, Canada H3G 1M8

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This symposium is open to the public, but seating is limited. RSVP to cerev@concordia.ca (Mandatory for admittance).

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CEREV Administrative Assistant Mary Caple shares her reflections on the Visual AIDS event “Flash Collectives: Creating Agile Strategies for Social Change” at the Brooklyn Community Pride Center in New York on February 28, 2014. She and other participants spoke about our January workshop with Avram Finkelstein.

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Concordia News asked Monica Patterson for her take on the Hemispheric Institute’s Encuentro, taking place at Concordia June 21-28.

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