Skip to Content

Thinking Spaces: The ICASP Reading Group and Speaker Series (Guelph)

Next Session: Tuesday November 30th. 4-6 PM
TransCanada Institute, 9 University Ave. East., contact Rebecca Caines for more information rcaines@uoguelph.ca.

The fantastic Professor Winfried Siemerling (http://english.uwaterloo.ca/Siemerling.html ) will be speaking on "Jazz, Diaspora, and the Writing of Black Anglophone Montreal" for ICASP on Tuesday November 30th, 4pm at the TransCanada Institute, 9 University Ave. East. Don't miss this unique chance to discuss Professor Siemerling's current research in-progress in a special session of the reading group.

Reading: We will be discussing Professor Siemerling's current research. Please contact Rebecca Caines for a copy of the reading, which is not for general distribution. Email rcaines@uoguelph.ca

NEXT READING GROUP SESSION:
Friday December 3rd. 4-6PM
Level 2 Boardroom, Guelph Public Library, downtown Guelph, contact Rebecca Caines for more information rcaines@uoguelph.ca.
ICASP student researcher and film artist Nicholas Loess will be presenting on his current improvisatory film making process.

Reading:
Links to Loess's films held on the ICASP research website will be circulated in advance.

...partly because I know that’s the only way that we could solve a creative problem [using improvisation with children ranging in abilities] and what doesn’t work is trying to impose a template on the students who are not able to respond to that template.

– Pauline Oliveros (in working with Abilities First)