Camil LeSieur is a photojournalist with almost 40 years of experience working with news outlets, international agencies and political figures both locally and internationally. For the last two years, Camil has been living his dream of touring China and capturing the country through photography. Camil LeSieur presents to us his impressions in his exhibition China, through the eyes of a Canadian.
You can view the exhibition from April 22nd – 28th, 2015 (closed: Sunday, April 26th, 2015) from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm in Conrod’s (2F.4).
Congratulations to Dawson Professional Theatre Program graduates Marcel Jeannin, Alex Ivanovici, Catherine Berube and Tristan Lalla. They are all nominees for the ACTRA (Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists) awards here in Quebec. See the link below:
This summer, four students from Dawson’s environmental profiles in both sciences and social sciences will embark on a six week internship to two Universities in the State of Morelos, Mexico to share ideas about sustainability and learn new practices. While in Mexico, they will work on the day to day maintenance of existing projects at the Universities and upon their return, they will share their new knowledge with the students and faculty at Dawson. However, to make this cross cultural exchange of knowledge and sustainable values possible they need your help, whether this be through giving a donation or spreading awareness! All the money collected from this campaign will be used to support student driven sustainability initiatives in Mexico. The students in Cuernavaca are very excited to connect with the Canadian interns, sharing knowledge, experiences, and working together to create a sustainable future. Thank you for your help and support!
Link to campaign: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/sustainability-internship-in-mexico
Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit?
Would you be interested in launching your own business or social enterprise in one of these creative industries? Architecture, Audiovisual, Commercial Photography, Crafts, Design, Entertainment, Fashion, Gaming, Gastronomy, Multimedia, Music, Performing Arts, Publishing, Visual Arts, Writing.
Come to our information session: Thursday May 7, 2015 @ 6:30pm
Click here for more information about this AEC program.
On Wednesday, April 29, 2015 the Dawson Centre for Peace Education is proud to host James Loney, author of Captivity: 118 days in Iraq and the Struggle for a World Without War, speaking on the topic: The Five Laws of Violence. A social worker specializing in body-based trauma healing, James Loney is a lifelong pacifist and survivor of a hostage-taking in Baghdad. He has worked with the Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT) for nonviolent resolutions in conflict zones such as Iraq, Israel-Palestine, and between indigenous communities and the Canadian government. His book Captivity has been praised by Islamic Liberation Theologians, Rabbinic scholars, peace activists, writers, and Nobel Peace Prize nominees. Continue reading
Accounting Principles and Related Computer Applications (LCA.6X)
Information Sessions: Tuesday, May 5th & Thursday May 28th at 6pm in room 3F.45.
Commercial Photography (NTA.1A)
Information Sessions: Monday, April 27th at 6pm in room 3F.45
Venture Creation in the Creative and Cultural Industries
Information Sessions: Thursday, May 7th at 6:30 pm in room 4C.1.
Independent Video Game Design (NWE.33)
Information Sessions: Wednesday, April 29th at 6:30 pm in room 4C.1.
Network Administration & Support (ELJ.3B)
The cohort starting on October 19th, 2015 is financed by Emploi-Québec. To be admitted to this program you must be referred by an Emploi-Québec agent.
Information Session: Wednesday, May 13th at 6:00 pm in room 3F.43.
Calling all New Schoolers, young and not so young. On May 30, Dawson will host a New School anniversary/reunion party for alumni, facilitators, students and friends; it will also be an opportunity to toast Greta Hofmann Nemiroff on her retirement as the New School’s most vocal proponent.
This long overdue celebration will include photos, memories, and testimonials of New School’s long legacy of critical humanistic education. There will be a light buffet, some drink, music, and a fun array of testimonials that will be brought together with the help of many generations of New Schoolers.
Festivities start at 6 p.m.
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Contributions at the door: $10, includes a drink ticket; $2 for current students (no drink ticket)
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