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COHDScast Episode #6 Emma Haraké


COHDScast's sixth episode is with Emma Haraké, a visual artist and educator who also collaborates on curatorial projects and events. She holds a BFA from Lebanese University and is pursuing her graduate studies in Concordia University’s Art Education Department. Her research interests include autobiographical and arts-based inquiries, memory work, and oral history. Emma has worked extensively in the non-profit sector and locates her teaching within community-based practices. In our discussion, Emma talks about her research-creation project "Arabic-Speaking Objects." This project centred around objects which people brought to Canada from their homelands. Pictured is an object from the project, an olive soap bar. To find out more about Emma and her work visit www.emmaharake.com

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