Gallery 1C03 has a really fantastic program planned for the season ahead, and we're pleased to finally share the details! Check out our 2009/2010 brochure below...
Inside you'll find information about our four exhibitions, a link to our Cinema Politica page, and the hint that there is a great deal more to come! Stay tuned for exciting details!
Dear UW faculty and staff,
Please find below a list of the following curriculum connections for each exhibition, which are not specifically outlined in the brochure above:
Ken Gregory: wind coil sound flow
October 1 – 31, 2009
Applied Computer Science, Environmental Sciences, Geography, Physics, Music, and Sustainability Studies.
The Pinky Show: Class Treason Stories (excerpts)
November 12 - December 12, 2009
Aboriginal Governance, Economics, Education, History, Human Rights Studies, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Rhetoric and Communications, Sociology, and Women’s and Gender Studies. Also relevant to studies corresponding to the Ethics, Beliefs, and Ideas Program.
Evan Tapper: Swoon
January 21 - February 20, 2010
Anthropology, Classics, Cultural Studies, Developmental Studies, Education, History, Philosophy, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, and Women’s and Gender Studies. Also relevant to studies corresponding to the Ethics, Beliefs, and Ideas Program.
Rüstha Luna Pozzi-Escot: Les femmes armées + other works
March 4 - April 3, 2010
Aboriginal Governance, Anthropology, Cultural Studies, French Studies, History, Rhetoric and Communications, Sociology, Spanish Studies, and Women’s and Gender Studies. Also relevant to studies corresponding to the Ethics, Beliefs, and Ideas Program.
More details about Cinema Politica forthcoming. But for now, please save the following dates for screenings beginning at 7 p.m. in the Manitoba Board Room (2M70):
Tuesday, September 22
Tuesday, October 20
Tuesday, November 24
Tuesday, January 19
Tuesday, February 23
Tuesday, March 23