Dr. Analays Alvarez: Ethno-cultural Monuments: From Canada to the Web, and for All

The Immigrants, 2000, Sergio Comacchio, Italian Garden (Hastings Park), Vancouver. © Analays Alvarez
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm

Tuesday, April 10, Room RHB 1015,  3:00PM-4:30PM (230 Richmond St.)

Dr. Analays Alvarez is an art historian and independent curator. She received a bachelor’s degree in Art History from the Universidad de La Habana (Cuba, 2005), and a master’s degree in Études des arts (2010) and a doctorate in Art History (2015) from the Université du Québec à Montréal. Cross-cultural and multilingual education and professional experience have contributed to Dr. Alvarez’s expertise in public art, immigrant heritages, and curatorial studies. From 2016 to 2018, she held a position as Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of History of Art at the University of Toronto, where she also taught contemporary public art. 

Venue & Address: 
OCAD University, 230 Richmond Room RHB 1015
Cost: 
Free
Ethno-Cultural Monuments

Digital Futures 2017 Medal Winner Displays Research at i-Docs 2018

911 Room - Photo courtesy of the artist
Hall - Photo courtesy of the artist
Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Congratulations Fusun Uzun (MFA 2017), recent Diigtal Futures MFA alumni and 2017 Medal Winner, on having her research poster accepted as part of i-Docs' event showcase of immersive work.

Fusun's medal winning research project, titled Very Frustrating Mexican Removal, is an immersive, 360° verbatim documentary about immigration detention in Canada. 

i-Docs explores the intersectoin between digital interactive technology and documentary practice. It is part of the Digital Cultures Research Centre at UWE Bristol.

 

i-Docs 2018
March 21-23, Bristol, UK
https://idocs2018.dcrc.org.uk

Fusun Uzun
www.fusunuzun.com

For more information about the Digital Futures Graduate Program:
www.ocadu.ca/academics/graduate-studies/digital-futures.htm