Multidisciplinary artist Lindsay Katsitsakatste Delaronde, originally from Kahnawake, focuses her work around artistic practices and social issues related to the reclamation of stewardship to Indigenous land, water and Indigenous presence. Sharing an open, grateful and expansive spirit with humans and non-humans alike, she mediates a conversation with members of her Kanien’kehá:ka community. This is part […]
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The multidisciplinary artist Maryse Goudreau has been following the beluga for two decades. This sonic and tactile work grants entry to a unique world. Thanks to a small sensory listening device, the sound waves of belugas invite participants to immerse themselves in the heart of a nursery habitat. An immersive experience for one spectator at a […]
This event brings together artists, activists, and academics to discuss protecting the St. Lawrence River and its ecosystems. How would recognizing the river as a legal person favour better management of its waters? Brazil’s Raimunda Gomes da Silva, a leader in the fight for workers’ rights and environ mental conversation in the Amazon rainforest, will […]
May 28th 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM MONTREAL, QUEBEC Holoscenes is a monumental aquarium, in which U.S artist Lars Jan’s truly aquatic theatre takes place. His project focuses on the consequences of climate change using a sophisticated artistic apparatus, conceived in collaboration with scientists. In the company of Découverte journalist Binh An Vu Van, Jan will share his environmental concerns […]