10 p.m., midnight, 2 a.m., 4 a.m. & 6 a.m. Snap on a headlight and join trained guides from the Redpath Museum Club to discover some of the museum's secret spots and unusual exhibits. As part of the city-wide Nuit Blanche cultural festival, this event raises funds to create a giant origami pteranodon to hang above the dinosaur. All ages, everyone welcome. Reservations not required.
Concert and animated film by VOISA, Montreal's Georgian singing ensemble. As part of the city-wide Nuit Blanche cultural festival, this concert raises funds for the construction of a giant origami pteranodon for suspension above the dinosaur. Everyone welcome. All ages. No reservations required.
An informal conference at which assistant professors from the law schools in the area – McGill, Université de Montréal, UQÀM, Queen's, Ottawa – present their work in progress and get to know each other. There will be six panels, with topics ranging from Contemporary Challenges to Juridical Categories to Antipositivism: Narrative, Rhetoric and Zen Ethics.
An exhibition of student work from the Summer Course Abroad 2006 in Venice. Monday to Friday, 9:00 to 5:00. Vernissage on Monday, January 29, at 5:00.
8th Annual Global Development Conference: Shaping a New Global Reality: The Rise of Asia and its Implications
The conference will bring together approximately 600 researchers from across the world and include workshops on specific development research topics.