Today we are kicking off day 1 of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign by sharing this powerful Girlfesto!
Monday, November 12th at the McGill Art Hive a lively group of students, activists and film enthusiasts gathered to celebrate the 6th International Cellphilm Festival: Making Community.
Jayne Malenfant, doctoral student with our Department of Integrated Studies in Education, has been chosen as La Presse's Personality of the Week.
On September 27th, 2018 the IHDW held its first Think Tank: “Reflecting Forward 2018.” This event invited professors, graduate students and community leaders from Montreal and beyond to discuss the promotion of well-being at McGill and in the broader community, bringing brought together 35-40 par
New book co-edited by Claudia Mitchell and Relebohile Moletsane: "Disrupting Shameful Legacies: Girls and Young Women Speaking Back Through the Arts to Address Sexual Violence"
Claudia Mitchell has co-edited a new book:Disrupting Shameful Legacies: Girls and Young Women Speaking Back through the Arts to Address Sexual Violence (Brill Publishers). The book is co-edited with Relebohile Moletsane of the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. The book is now available online through Brill.
Artist-in-Residence Lou Sheppard is hoping to connect with students, faculty and staff in the faculty who speak languages other than English. They are collecting words that don’t have an English translation, as well as a brief attempt to describe what these words mean. These words, the descriptions, and your name (if you are willing to share) will be printed on posters and displayed around McGill campus.
On Thursday May 10th the MAHI was one of the sites for McGill’s Compassion Week, hosting a Compassion Day in collaboration with the McGill Council on Palliative Care. We were joined by a number of people from across the McGill community including faculty and students. A number of art activities and workshops took place throughout the day.
P. Lantz Initiative for Excellence in Education & the Arts has announced the Artists-in-Residence for the 2018-19 academic year
In an airy open area at the back of the first floor of the former library of the Faculty Education is a colourful space filled with art supplies and work tables. Along the wall there are bins and boxes of fabric, coloured pencils and paints, sketch pads, paper, and all manner of recycled objects, ready to be remade into anything the visitor desires. Welcome to the McGill Art Hive Initiative (MAHI).