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NEXT WEEK: The Shore Line Project

 

Monday February 8 from 5:30 to 7:30PM

Co-sponsored with “Waters Lost, Waters Found”, a Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies Working Group

Every person born in this world has a coast, an edge, a boundary, a transitional zone between themselves and the world.  John A. Murray

The Shore Line is a collaborative online documentary, a collection of stories about individuals responding to the threats of massive development, destructive storms, and rising sea levels on coastal communities around the world. Producer and director Liz Miller will screen shorts from the project – featuring individuals from Panama, Bangladesh, and Canada and discuss how the coast is a metaphor for new ways to thinking – across countries and disciplines in search of creative solutions that defy traditional approaches or boundaries. The goal of the project is to create a dynamic educational platform to promote dialogue and push forward creative pedagogies around the environment. The presentation will be followed by small reception.

Elizabeth Miller is an independent documentary maker, trans-media artist, and professor in the Department of Communications Studies at Concordia. For more on the project visit, http://theshorelineproject.org. For past projects - http://redlizardmedia.com/

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