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Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) in Indigenous Oral Tradition and Oral History at Concordia University

The First Peoples Studies Program (FPST) in the School of Community and Public Affairs (SCPA) and the Department of History in the Faculty of Arts & Sciences at Concordia University are inviting applications for a Tier 2 Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Indigenous Oral Tradition and Oral History. The successful candidate will hold a cross-appointed position between FPST/SCPA and History, and will become a core member of the Centre for Oral History & Digital Storytelling (COHDS). To learn more about the position and how to apply, please click here.

Vendredi le 31 mai de 17h30 à 20h30
Avec Rajni Shah, Tatiana Koroleva et Elena Frantova

Hosted by Mariana Marcassa and Susie Showers

Presented with support from Dr. Luis Sotelo Castro and the Acts of Listening Lab at Concordia University’s Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling (COHDS).

This is the final event in a series of three meetings where artists, scholars, students, and interdisciplinary professionals will share knowledge, techniques, and questions for performing traumatic narratives in theatre. Our aim is to gradually unfold a non-linear conversation through immersive workshops and dynamic discussions.

Samedi le 25 mai de 10h à 20h30

Avec Bernard Duhaime, Kun Mi, Bryan Beyung, Paul Tom et Melissa Lefebvre

« Raconte-moi, Maman… »
Centre Khemara, Histoires de vie

10h - 12h (10ème étage, salle LB-1019)

Professeur Bernard Duhaime,
Droit international UQÀM,
Président-Rapporteur du Groupe de travail sur les disparitions forcées ou involontaires aux Nations Unies

Histoires de vie: « Raconte-moi, Maman… »

13h - 17h (LB DeSève Cinéma - Foyer)

Kun Mi, Bryan Beyung
Danse, Chants-Poésies-Contes
Musique et chanson, Kun Mi
Street-art, Bryan Beyung

18h30 - 20h30 (LB - DeSève Cinema)

Réalisateur Paul Tom
Film documentaire « Bagages »
et rencontre avec le réalisateur Paul Tom
et la metteure en scène Melissa Lefebvre

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Mercredi le 22 mai de 12h à 14h

Avec Pohanna Pyne Feinberg

This workshop focuses on practical, technical and theoretical aspects of creating audio-visual portraits as a method for making oral history research public (Miller, Little & High, 2018) – and also as a legitimate method of interpretation (Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot,1997). Focusing on the process employed for my research-creation thesis project Walking With (www.walkingwith.ca), we will begin by reviewing the project’s objective to explore the pedagogical force of walking through insights offered by artists who walk as an aspect of their practice. We will then discuss what I learned from the process I employed to gather audio and visual material during interviews, to edit the materials in collaboration with interviewees, and then to create montages of the material. 

As an artist-educator and curator, Pohanna Pyne Feinberg’s work is generated by curiosity, the extraordinary in the ordinary, textures of impermanence, the resonance of collective memory, and acts of compassion. Her art practice takes the form of community co-creations, participatory audio walks, mixed media installations, and walk-based collaborations with the commonplace that are expressed through hand-carved printmaking and cyanotypes. Her work as an educator comprises designing and guiding art education programs for cultural organizations and schools. In 2009, she developed InspireArt.org, an on-line magazine with the mandate to increase awareness about community-based art in the Montreal region. In 2011, she received a Masters degree in Art History from Concordia University, where she is currently a doctoral candidate in Art Education. Her thesis explores mindful walking as a method for critical place-based artistic inquiry.

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Lundi: Fermé

Mardi: 11h - 15h

Mercredi: Fermé

Jeudi: 11h - 15h

Vendredi: Fermé

Jeudi le 16 mai de 17h à 19h

Avec Marie Lavorel

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April 26, 2019, 7 p.m. – 10 p.m.

“What’s in a body?” is the title of RANT's residency project at the Acts of Listening Lab.

From February 25 to March 1, while in residency at the Acts of Listening Lab, the ensemble members of RANT embarked on a deep-listening journey. They investigated their ability to listen, explored better listening practices and welcomed five participants to share personal stories about conflicts they've encountered. Mental health, political upheaval, peacekeeping in former Yugoslavia, and challenging complications in modern love were some of the themes brought to the residency over the week.

The ensemble saw their empathy challenged and developed a greater appreciation for deeper, holistic listening.

In this special open house performance, RANT will feature the invited participants, the stories they shared during the residency week and a live response to their stories by the ensemble members under the RANT format. This case is unique as the performers have had time since the residency week to study in detail video material and practice embodied expression connected to each of the participants.

Originally formulated by Concordia theatre and development alumnus Julian Duarte, BFA 18, the RANT performance event model is in continuing evolution. RANT is both a theatre company and a performance event that centres on the short playback form by the same name — rant —to reflect audience members' stories. Members of the public are invited to share stories imbued with bottled-up energy, intense emotions and thoughts, which are then reflected back to them by the ensemble.

When the event has had its fill of sharing, the combined compendium of all that has been offered is then repurposed into further aesthetic renditions of performance — an artistic transformation of the communal energy.

What you will witness is a work in progress and any thoughts or insights afterwards will be welcome.

The members of RANT are honoured to be artists in residence at the Acts of Listening Lab and appreciate the time and space given to them to deepen their work.

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Vendredi le 26 avril de 18h à 21h

COHDS Film Festival highlights the link between oral history and creation. Our community of researchers, students, and artists use documentary film as a way to tell stories about the world that surrounds them, making oral history accessible to a wide audience. COHDS Film Festival features work by affiliates who use oral history and testimony in their creative practice. The festival will be an opportunity to watch films and open a dialogue between the affiliates and the community. 

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Jeudi le 18 avril de 10h à 12h

Avec Zeina Allouche

The expected outcome of this workshop is to come out with an actual plan on an Oral History event to be led by COHDS affiliates. The workshop will guide the participants through conceptualization and planning of an event, to actual implementation and reporting back. This part is intended to map the tasks required, identify potential funding sources, brainstorm promotion channels, and point to Concordia University’s specific event planning policies, procedures, and tools.

Learning objectives:

At the end of this workshop, the participants will be able to:  

1. Conceptualize the goals and expected outcomes for an event

2. Map the tasks required to organize an event

3. Identify potential funding sources

4. Brainstorm methods of promotion to the campus community

Specifically to COHDS, the participants are expected to get out of this workshop with a specific oral history event plan and an implementation roadmap.

Jeudi le 18 avril de 12h à 14h

Avec Sarah Lake et Vitalyi Bulychev

The workshop will be hosted by Sarah Lake, COHDS Digital Media and Projects Coordinator and Vitalyi Bulychev, COHDS Digital Media and Lab Technician.

This workshop will cover the basics of sound recording for interviews and oral history projects, including an overview of the audio equipment available to COHDS affiliates, a demonstration of different microphone setups, and general tips for recording high-quality sound. Sarah Lake and Vitalyi Bulychev both hold Film Production BFAs from Concordia’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema.

** Event will be given in the ALLab (LB 1042.02) **

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