3 graphical Visualization workshops
- Are you a student in the humanities, in visual arts and and media arts, and planning on participating in the EmergingResearchers’ Symposium – Re-Create 2015?
- Are you an instructor or researcher concerned about how to present your research results or works in progress?
- Are you an artist interested in what research can bring to graphic thinking?
Join us for visualization workshops for ongoing research!
What better way than graphic representation to get inside the black box of a research project in progress? Graphs, mind maps, data trees, and more: data visualization is a useful way to present preliminary results and conceptualize the research process. This not only makes broader dissemination and recognition of academic work possible, but also differently frames and configures researchers’ modes of functioning. A variety of skills are required: synthesis, identifying implicit categories and connections, manipulating visual codes, deconstructing linear discursive thought, research-creation, esthetics… Remarkably difficult to achieve in isolation, this type of visual translation constitutes a privileged opportunity for collective intelligence.
Hexagram and Myriam Suchet, Chair for the Study of Contemporary France, 2014-2015 and Visiting Professor at the Department of Comparative Literature at the University of Montreal, invite you to participate in a three-part workshop:
Introduction to Data Visualization: Getting Started.
April 24, 2015, from 10:30 am – 7pm
Hexagram, Room EV 10.785, EV Building, Concordia University, 1515 Ste-Catherine West, Montreal.
Interdisciplinary session with Samuel Tronçon, philosopher and computer scientist, Director of agence Résurgences (Marseille, France).
Graphic Thinking: Choosing the right form, size, and color for your poster or mind map.
June 7, 2015, from 12 – 4pm
Studio XX, 4001 Rue Berri, Suite 201, Montréal
With Jessica Charbonneau (graphic designer) – www.studiotagteam.com
Briefly presenting a poster: Reuniting the visual and the discursive.
October 6, 2015
With Ha-Loan Phan (Acfas); Hanen Allouch, PhD student at Université de Montréal in comparative literature and Cynthia Noury, research coordinator, Hexagram.
Deadline for registration: April 15, 2015
by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Before registering, please ensure that you will most likely be available for all three dates and able to attend all three complementary sessions.
These workshops are free and will take place in French with informal English translation. Number of participants is limited.
This is a Coproduction between Hexagram and the Chaire d’études de la France contemporaine