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Title: Weaving Strands: Research-creation practices in universities, cultural institutions and artist-run culture in Montreal
Authors: Sim, Cheryl
Trudel, Gisèle
Issue Date: 21-Jun-2016
Abstract: In this talk/performance, the presenters will explore research­creation, a relatively new method of inquiry in Quebec and Canadian universities. They will discuss how research­creation may be informed by multiple approaches and questions raised in the cultural and economic context of Montreal. What role do artists, artist run centers, the university system and cultural institutions play in the development of research­creation? How has it impacted artists' knowledge in these domains? How is the work of artists valorized and supported through research­creation? How might one consider its progressive institutionalization and professionalization? Moving constantly between diverse milieus, the presenters propose to trace the emergence of this field of experimentation and its contribution to conditions of possibility in Montreal.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10002/691
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