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Heritage Montreal - International Day for Monuments and Sites, the impact of climate change on the built heritage:

Since 2009, Héritage Montréal has been proposing activities in Montréal as part of the International Day for Monuments and Sites (April 18) declared by UNESCO at the request of ICOMOS, the International Council on Monuments and Sites. Each year, ICOMOS proposes a global theme. In 2022, this theme is Heritage and Climate. On this occasion, Heritage Montreal and the Centre for Sustainable Development are organizing a virtual round table on April 13 to mark this International Day and to examine, in our context, this very current theme.

Event in French, with the possibility of questions and answers in French and English.

April 13, 2022, at 12 noon, via Zoom.


Fogo Island Arts presents a new digital talk in the Lost & Found Agency entitled Fogo Island in a Changing Ocean: Developing Foresight for the Future. Part of the public program of the current exhibition Shezad Dawood: Between Land & Sea, this talk calls on the themes suggested by Dawood to further investigate how climate change will impact the abundance and spatial distribution of marine life around Fogo Island. How will the people of Fogo Island respond to changes in the climate, ocean, and sea life around them? And how might researchers, artists, and the people of Fogo Island work together to prepare for long-term changes and challenges? This talk calls attention to approaches for creative collaboration among researchers, artists, community leaders, and the fishing industry to strategically work towards a future that Fogo Island wants in a time of great uncertainty.

Thursday, April 14 at 6:30 pm NDT/5:00 pm EST Register: Webinar Registration - Zoom


Convergence 5 - Exposition DCART exhibition 2022, a collaborative neuroscience-fine arts exhibition.

The Fall-Winter 6 credits course Convergence: Arts + Neuroscience + Society (DART 499, CART 499, DART 631) is an interdisciplinary course at the Faculty of Fine Arts of Concordia University that invites students to creatively explore the intersection of arts, neuroscience, and society, and how these domains shape the understandings of ourselves and others. Concordia Faculty of Fine Arts students team with the Integrated Program in Neuroscience of McGill University and the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC) Brain Repair and Integrative Neuroscience (BRaIN) Program students within the Convergence Initiative frame ( ) to create self-directed, collaborative projects which converge artistic and scientific research.

Exhibition, from April 14th to May 7th

Gallery d'Art Native Immigrant Art Gallery, 5442 Côte Saint Luc Rd, Villa Maria Metro, Montreal,

Vernissage, wine and cheese, April 14th, from 5 to 7 PM


Workshops from Deserres:

Introduction to watercolour!

April 15th at 11 A.M. (EST) Teacher: Maud Besson LIVE in French. A multidisciplinary artist, Maud is passionate about a variety of techniques: watercolour, acrylic painting, mixed media, collage, drawing, linocut and graffiti art.


April 15th at 1 P.M. (EST) Teacher: Kathryn Wadel LIVE in English. Based in Vancouver, Kathryn Wadel is both an interdisciplinary artist and a Studio DeSerres instructor. She explores the relationships between art, culture, science and social engagement.


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