An alternative to the formal panel, this exploratory event brings together a collection of vibrantly diverse perspectives, to co.cogitate on our relationships to sustainability.
Be it academic, institutional, activist, community-based, political, economic, radical etc, socio-cultural sustainability challenges us and our preconceptions in many ways; asks us to explore outside of our expertise.
We invite all to provoke, stimulate, and journey through our thoughtful and studied connections to sustainability in their many forms.
Blindspots and unlearning are welcome; there are no wrong answers.
Sébastien Aubin, Graphic designer, ITWÉ collective
Madelyn Capozzi, Alumni, Value Collective, The Office of Rules and Norms
Gabriel Townsend Darriau, Alumni, Value Collective, La Petite Maison sur Laprairie
Dr. Ursula Eicker, Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC) in Smart, Sustainable and Resilient Cities and Communities
Thomas Heinrich, Alumni, Value Collective, Bureau de Recherche, d’animation et de Consultation
Maya Jain, Alumni, Value Collective, le Frigo Vert
Cassandra Lamontagne, Sustainability Manager, Office of Sustainability
Donna Legault, INDI PhD student, sound and electronic installation artist
Dr. Keroles Riad, Alumni, Postdoctoral fellow at Carleton University, CEO of ENUF Canada
Dr. Rebecca Tittler, Academic Advisor and Research Administration Coordinator, Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability
When : Monday, September 12th 2022 (14h-16h)
Where: 4th space, Concordia SGW Campus
What to expect: A guided discussion, with moderator. If time allows, an open Q&A period from the audience.