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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

The fantastic Professor Winfried Siemerling ( ) 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

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

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

...the innovative working models of improvisation developed by creative practitioners have helped to promote a dynamic exchange of cultural forms, and to encourage new, socially responsive forms of community building across national, cultural, and artistic boundaries.

– Ajay Heble