Second Nature

Workshop, 26 January 2017 to 7 April 2017

As part of the exhibition It’s All Happening So Fast, an interactive workshop is offered to cegep and university groups in order to explore the complex and contradictory relationships that Canada maintains with the environment. By taking a stand and speaking on behalf of entities motivated by a multiplicity of interests—ecosystems, architecture, ethics, economic systems, local populations—students test their powers of discursive action by tackling the different themes of the exhibition. Environmental crises, both historical and contemporary, are synthesized through a series of graphic and conceptual tools, and debated during a public forum. The polyphonic perspectives that emerge from this discussion bring to light issues of utmost urgency when the environment is at play.

For cegep and university groups, $5 per student. The workshop-visit is offered from Wednesday to Friday, between 9am and 5pm, until 7 April 2017. Reservations required: +1 514 939 7002 or rsvp@cca.qc.ca

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