One Day @ McGill
As part of its Personal and Cultural Enrichment (PACE) offerings, the School of Continuing Studies is excited to introduce a new programming series, One Day @ McGill.
One Day @ McGill will present seminars that allow attendees first-hand access to a McGill experience. Held on the McGill University campus, these affordable small-group sessions are unique educational opportunities in which you are able to access in-depth knowledge produced by our academic community. All seminars will be held on Saturdays from 10:30 - 3:30.
On October 19, The Buildings All Around Us is the inaugural seminar presented by Prof. Nancy Dutton (McGill School of Architecture). In the first part of the seminar, participants will learn how to observe a building in the downtown area using images and a site visit. The second part will focus on how to find out more about that building and its Montreal neighbourhood. Learn more here.
On October 26, join us for Vienna Fin-de-Siècle and the Birth of Modernismpresented by Prof. Adrian Sheppard (McGill School of Architecture). The seminar will be devoted to looking at and reflecting upon Vienna’s contribution to Modernism, but the emphasis will be placed on architecture, the visual arts and urban planning. Learn more here.
Learn more here about the entire One Day @ McGill seminar offerings.