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Friday, May 26 • 15:15 - 17:00
A/r/tography and its Emergent Potential

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Atelier en anglais. 

L'A/R/Tographie est une approche heuristique et régénératrice évoluant de façon rhizomatique, c'est-à-dire sans hiérarchisation des langages ni réification des savoirs. Encore méconnue au Québec, cette méthodologie qu'adopte le Symposium Récit Nom@de entremêle art, recherche et transmission (A/R/T), tout en engageant les créateurs-chercheurs-professeurs au sein d'une même approche créatrice, réflexive et pédagogique. 

L'atelier A/R/Tographique sera donné par la fondatrice, Rita Irwin. 

Résumé de l'atelier-conférence 

A/r/tography is a form of practice based research in the arts and education that stresses artmaking, inquiring, and learning/teaching. In this sense, doing, in all of its forms, is a commitment to movement in and through time. As a result, the potential of a/r/tography is not limited to one research study but in the movement of ideas from one project to another, from one exploration of ideas to another, and from one group of a/r/tographers to another. Through this illustrated talk, I share how a/r/tography has the potential to instil an enduring quality of emergent potential that may impact our professional and personal lives in and through time. While walking methods may not be used in all of the projects described, they take on greater significance as individuals become committed to their own living inquiries in and through time.

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Rita Irwin

Professor, The University of British Columbia
Rita L. Irwin is a Distinguished University Scholar and Professor of Art Education at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. While her research interests include arts teacher education, artist-in-schools programs, and socio-cultural issues, she is best known for her... Read More →

Friday May 26, 2017 15:15 - 17:00 EDT
Salle K-2340 Pavillon de danse, UQAM, 840 rue Cherrier, Montréal (Québec) Canada
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