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multiPLAY: Improvised Art Practice as Living Heritage

October 23, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

You are invited:  Part of Living Heritage in Saskatchewan: A Sharing Series

This is a continuation of the online talks that took place around living heritage this spring and early summer.

Each session gathered about 40 people, from the University and from various non-profit organizations working in the area of living heritage in Saskatchewan.


Part of Living Heritage in Saskatchewan: A Sharing Series

The University of Regina Humanities Research Institute (HRI) and the Living Heritage Research Cluster (which includes Heritage Saskatchewan) invite the community interested in living heritage in our province as well as students and faculty to join us in a virtual conversation. Each time a speaker will present a project or will discuss their research around this theme through a Zoom conversation.

Objectives of this series:

  • to better understand living heritage and come to a common understanding of what it can mean in Saskatchewan;
  • to encourage sharing ideas and knowledge;
  • to create awareness of projects and break down silos;
  • to create the potential for common projects and collaborations between researchers and community organizations.

October 28, 1pm

multiPLAY: Improvised Art Practice as Living Heritage”

Rebecca Caines

To Register: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/multiplay-improvised-art-practice-as-living-heritage-registration-120271014843

We ask that you register ahead of time through Eventbrite (see link above). A link and password to the Zoom meeting will then be shared with you once you register.

Invitations will follow for the following sessions and will be available on the HRI website (http://www.humanitiesresearch.org/) and on the U of R events page.

If you have any questions or hope to contribute to this series in the future, please contact Jérôme Melançon (jerome.melancon@uregina.ca), Special Advisor for the Living Heritage Research Cluster. For more information on the Research Cluster, please see: https://www.uregina.ca/research/research-expertise/research-strengths/living-heritage.html.


University of Regina Humanities Research Institute
Jérôme Melançon
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