TUESDAY, MARCH 12TH, 7:30-9:30pm  Dunning Auditorium – Queen’s

Presentation to second year Interdisciplinary Studies class. A question and answer period will be held directly following.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13TH  11:30am-1:30pm – Jeffery Hall, Room 126 – Queen’s

Presentation and seminar discussion on interdisciplinary practice and research creation for the Cultural Studies Speaks.

Copies of Cultivating Canada: Reconciliation through the Lens of Cultural Diversity will be available for people attending.

THURSDAY, MARCH 14TH, 7:00-8:15pm, Agnes Etherington Art Centre

Diversified: The Art Bank and Canadian Culture 7:00-8:15pm
Panel on Art Bank in the 21st Century, with Ashok Mathur, Brendan Fernandes, Andrea Fatona, with Barbara Meneley moderating.

Followed by a reception from 8:15-9:30pm.

ALL EVENTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

BIO:

Ashok Mathur is Associate Professor in the departments of Visual & Performing Arts, English & Journalism, Communication & New Media at Thompson Rivers University.

Dr. Mathur holds a Canada Research Chair in Cultural and Artistic Inquiry, and is the director of the Centre for Innovation in Culture and the Arts in Canada (CiCAC).

Mathur’s cultural and academic practice is wide ranging and investigates new models of artistic research and interdisciplinary collaboration, particularly those that pursue a social justice agenda.

SPECIAL THANKS TO:

PRINCIPAL’S DEVELOPMENT FUND – VISITING SCHOLARS PROGRAM

 FILM AND MEDIA

CULTURAL STUDIES

ART HISTORY & ART CONSERVATION

SOCIETY OF PROFESSIONAL & GRADUATE STUDENTS

QUEEN’S HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICE

RED HOUSE

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