and please join us for Needle, Bead and Voice, a video interview of Mrs. Annie Smith and Ms. Dianne Smith, two Kwanlin Dun elders, discussing artworks in the Yukon Permanent Art Collection with Nicole Bauberger, Thursday Feb. 9th 4-6pm Education Building Rm.233 [event page]
Kathryn Ricketts, Bulging Bags of Stories
Kathryn Ricketts, assistant professor at the University of Regina and the chair of the Dance area in the Faculty of Education, will be presenting her work based on the trilogy of the body, the story and the object and how these sites of inquiry coalesce with a powerful synergy.
Kathryn Ricketts research stems from a methodology she has coined Embodied Poetic Narrative and with this tool she has been able to build robust communities of performative storytellers that disrupt the traditional boundaries between performer and spectator. She works form the premise that objects are potent triggers for forgotten or perhaps hidden stories of our past.
Exhibition and Performance: Wednesday, February 15, 5-7 pm
Entrance lobby and Curriculum Resources Centre, Faculty of Education, McGill University
Workshops and Lectures: From Feb. 14th to 21st, 2017
To have her lecturing in your courses, please contact maria.ezcurralucotti [at] mcgill.ca.
Come join us in celebrating the arts and our great community of Education!