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Timbre, tone and texture: Privileging Voice as a Feminist Method

 

Mardi, septembre 17, 2019 - 12:00 to 14:00

With Dr. Pohanna Pyne Feinberg.

 

Pohanna Pyne Feinberg's audio and visual works explore collective memory, textures of impermanence, sensory attunement, and decolonizing pedagogy through forms that include community collaborations and in-situ co-creations with place. As an extension to her art practice, Pohanna also designs/guides/curates art education programs for cultural organizations and schools (DHC/ART, PHI Centre, Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal, Wapikoni Mobile, The Banff Centre, Vezina High School, Jean Grou Elementary School, Oboro, DARE-DARE, and others) and teaches art history at Dawson College. Her doctoral research-creation at Concordia University (Art Education) focuses on the pedagogical potential of walking as a form of artistic inquiry and expression. www.dripdrop.ca

Contact: pohannaishere@gmail.com

 

 

This event is Child-friendly.

Address: 
Centre For Oral History And Digital Storytelling

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