Curated by Felicity Tayler, the exhibition Desire Lines. Displaced Narratives of Place highlights these lines, bounded by metadata describing three magazines published in Toronto between 1978 and 1987 : Fireweed, Border/Lines, and Fuse (formerly known as Centerfold), as well as their network of artists and writers who have mobilized around them.
Following their listening practice session Lesbian Liberation Across Media: Listening to Video Felicity Tayler (Co-Applicant, U Ottawa) and Mathieu Aubin (PDF, Concordia) were inspired to move from watching and listening to clips, to the screening of full films. Join them for a screening and discussion of three films featuring the action, activism, and advocacy of […]
Virtual Listening Practice Guided by Felicity Tayler and Mathieu Aubin – Lesbian liberation across media: Listening to video — Apr 29, 2020 (Events)
A weekly session for exploring and experimenting with different modes of listening. In this week’s practice, participants will be viewing material from two videos below: Labyris Rising (1980), Margaret Moores, distributed by Vtape (Toronto) A Working Women’s Collective (1974), Lenore Herb, distributed by VIVO (Vancouver) Looking at two videos from the women’s movement, Mathieu and Felicity ask, when you want to reinvent […]
Join us in the AMP Lab (FIP 251) for a regular Tech Talk where participants talk about their digital humanities research, digital tools, or how they worked through research problems. This week, Dr. Felicity Tayler and Majorie Mitchell present “Making Research Data Public: An Open Workshop on SpokenWeb Research Creation”. For more information click here.