Arts and Sciences virtual meeting for networking and exchange of expertise – December 10, 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Jean Dubois, co-director of Hexagram, and Ghyslain Gagnon, Dean of Research at École de technologie supérieure, invite you to a virtual public meeting on December 10 at 5:30pm. The goal of this first informal meeting is to stimulate exchanges of expertise between researcher-creators in the arts and researchers in the sciences, and to support interactions between these research and creation communities in order to foster collaborations that “should lead to the production of artistic works or performances”, as jointly proposed by FRQNT and FRQSC in the PRISME pilot program.
RETAKE: IMAGE-MATTER, IMAGE-RELAY
Context: Hexagram is launching a call for contributions to its co-researcher and students members for an event organized as part of La nuit des idées – January 28, 2021 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m – in collaboration with the Musée des arts et métiers (Paris) and the Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris).
On Monday, November 23rd, Hexagram will hold two information sessions: in French at 11am / in English at 1pm. This meeting is open to all, especially dedicated to student members and collaborators (current and future). The team will present the structure, governance, and programming established within the framework of the 2020-2027 cycle of the strategic cluster.
See you 23rd of November 2020 at 01:00 PM
On this zoom link
For its first ever online edition, organized in Montreal by Printemps numérique, ISEA2020 will welcome over 350 presenters, of which over 40 are Hexagram researchers, student researchers and member collaborators who will partake in 20 paper presentations, panels and a workshop, as well as artwork exhibitions. Several of our researchers will present interuniversity and international research collaborations.
LASER 9 Hexagram Montréal
Co-Chairs Nina Czegledy and Gisèle Trudel
Wednesday, November 11th, 7pm – 8:30 pm
Tiohtià:ke | Montreal
Free online video conferencing via Hexagram’s YouTube Channel or directly on Hexagram’s Interdisciplinary Summit Web platform.
L’humain qui vient
[ Fresnoy ]
être présent : spécificités des lieux et autonomie des expériences / l’humanité qui ouvre
[ Hexagram / ÉAVM / UQAM ]
AGORA DU COEUR DES SCIENCES
(CO-R500), Pavillon Cœur des sciences
175, avenue du Président-Kennedy
On September 25, Sophie Cabot, a student member of the Hexagram network, launched her website: Tresser les voix (Weaving Voices), which includes her experiments carried out as part of her doctorate in research-creation, directed by Andrée Martin.