The Institute for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas and the Early Modern Conversions Project welcomes
Felipe Fernández-Armesto on Change
Change puzzles pre-Socratics. We have stopped wondering at the mutability of the cosmos, but bicker over cultural change – its volatitly and apparent acceleration. Is evolution or something like it responsible? Or does culture change according to a dynamic of its own? The lecturer promises an original resolution or at least an original approach.
Each year L’Oreal reaches out to University students to come up with creative solutions to real life business challenges and opportunities. Through this experience, many of the participants get internships and full-time employment. The launch will be taking place:
Date: Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012
Time: 5:30 pm
Location: Bronfman Concourse (basement)
Join Peter Schubert and friends for a conversation on the life and works of composer John Cage. The talk will precede a free, all-Cage concert in Pollack Hall as part of Les journées de la culture. Hosted by the Institute for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas, in collaboration with the Schulich School of Music.
In honour of the 2010 International Year of Biodiversity the Redpath Museum has created a permanent exhibit to help us connect with the natural environment and understand the astounding biodiversity of this province. Dawson Gallery, 2nd floor.