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Visiting Artists & Speakers: William Engelen

William Engelen is a visual artist and composer, born in the Netherlands, living and working in Berlin. His work traverses the spectrum between visual arts and music, poaching strategies from each field to test the boundaries between image and sound. The output includes installations, performances, videos, musical scores, and even models.

Theoretical Approaches to Ecosystem Evolution

What would it mean for higher level ecologcial units such as communities or ecosystems to be units of evolutionary change? Join us for a small workshop on on Theoretical Approaches to Ecosystem Evolution, featuring W. Ford Doolittle (Dalhousie) and Kevin S. McCann (U of Guelph). To register please email Stefan Linquist: linquist@uoguelph.ca  

The Improvisation Reading Group & Speaker Series Presents: Improvisation as Institution: the Post University

17, Institute of Critical Studies sustains research, academic and editorial endeavours in a wide array of areas. Conceived as a post-University, its practice of critique as concept and praxis, but primarily as social bond, has found echoes in the wider Spanish-, Portuguese- and English-speaking worlds. Mayer-Foulkes’s talk will account for the structural part played by improvisation in the overall performance of this growing, “silence-producing machine,” as he first imagined it.

Visiting Artists & Speakers: Sara Angelucci

The School of Fine Art and Music in collaboration with the Art Gallery of Guelph presents Sara Angelucci in the upcoming Visiting Artists & Speakers Talk.  Sara is a Toronto-based artist working in photography, video, audio, and installation.

Centre for Scottish Studies 2019 Fall Colloquium

Join us at this one-day conference as The Centre for Scottish Studies hosts its annual Fall Colloquium on Saturday, October 5.  This year's theme is "Representing the Scottish Past in Film, Text, and Media." Registration begins at 9:00 AM. 

Art and Antiquities CSI

Come hear about new ways of tackling art theft through the combination of advanced technology and close international cooperation!  Dr Susan Douglas is an international lecturer who teaches Cultural Heritage and Art Crimes, 21st-Century Museums, and Digital Art History in the School of Fine Art and Music. All are welcome, Admission is free.

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