The Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network, in conjunction with its
partners the Concordia School of Extended Learning and the Centre for
Oral History and Digital Storytelling, is proud to present a one-day
conference entitled Ways of Memory: the Montreal Experience.
Presented as a full-day of learning and exchange, the Ways of Memory
conference will unite Montreal-based cultural and heritage activists
from many different sites and points of view. Through interactive,
participatory workshops facilitated by experts in both heritage activism
and digital technologies, participants will be given tools to enrich
and animate their own projects. The conference is also designed to allow
for exchange between experienced cultural sector workers and current
and recent students, and to encourage inter-professional dialogues. The
keynote address will be presented by Mr. Dinu Bumbaru, Policy Director
for Heritage Montreal.
WHEN: Saturday, March 26, 2011. Registration onsite at 9:00 a.m. or online.
WHERE: Concordia University, Henry F Hall Building (7th Floor), 1455 de Maisonneuve West, Montreal.
The registration fee for the conference (one full day of programming
and lunch) is $10 for community participants, and free for students
(with valid student card). Register online!
For more information, visit the conference website or contact the Project Coordinator at (514) 592-7293 or email@example.com.
EXHIBITION, BREAKFAST, REGISTRATION
COHDS & SEL, GMCDI, City of Montreal & QAHN representatives
Exhibition visits, & networking
||Workshop 1: Montreal City
Mme. Helen Fotopulos;
Heritage Montéal delegate. . .
Local Heritage Success Stories
Confirmed: Verdun Memories, Gisèle Turgeon Barry (Pte St Charles
Hist. Society) THIS VITAL LADY DIED ON APRIL 1st; OUR REGRETS..., Edna May Mackenzie, (Rosemont) Mary McCutcheon, Parc Ext.Hist. Soc'y
|Doing Oral History (Steven
High)– This workshop will introduce oral history methodology, ethics and technology. What is oral history and what does it offer us? You will also learn about several
inspiring projects... .
||Introduction to Digital Storytelling (Parker Mah)– This workshop will provide participants
with some of the basics in transforming videotaped oral history interviews into online digital stories.. . .
presentation of award to Michael Fish, architect and preservatio
||Workshop 4: Education
R. Marx, L. Lépine (MELS), Matt. Russell (D’Arcy McGee H.S.)
|Workshop 2: Provincial
and Federal Government Resources
Nina Kim (CEDEC)
|Oral History and New Media
(Steven High)- This workshop will consider how new media is trans-forming
oral and public history. Participants will learn about inspiring projects and tools....
||Oral History Database Workshop
(Erin Jessee) . . . make your
own oral historysearchable database using free open source software developed at Concordia. . .