BURSARIES in "Art, philosophy and communities"
These bursaries are aimed at students who propose a social and innovative project in the arts and in philosophy.
This is an opportunity to open up a space for dialogue, sharing, and co-creation. The students will be asked to reflect, explore, experiment, and to lead successfully a project for interaction with the citizens.
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Discover the first cohort of grantees!
The CSQ grant is awarded to Improvisation libre, a project by Annick Davignon and Joëlle Sarrailh.
Explorations in a school setting, through games inspired by the world of improvisation, with groups of 12-15 year olds, with or without autism and pervasive developmental disorders, of thematics such as identity, norms and prejudice.
The Rise Kombucha grant is awarded to Sans-habits, a project by Camila Forteza and Catherine Ménard-Jolin
Metro based encounters between artists and individuals in a homelessness situation. Through the act of undressing and redressing, the performance offers an exchange of appearances and the idea of taking on another's life.
These videos were designed by the talent of Ezra Bridgman (Percolab)
2 x 2 students for a project in art and philosophy
2,500 $ to undertake a social and innovative project
+ Training in intellectual mediation from Exeko + Support in designing the project from the IDEOS centre of HEC
+ Access to offices and conference rooms at the Esplanade
- Encourage social integration through creativity and reflection in the communities of Montreal
- Promote zones of interaction between the arts and philosophy in order that the two disciplines support each other mutually
- Inspire and support projects that have a social aim
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Partners of the project
These bursaries have been born of sponsorship led by engaged organisations,
who have at heart the aim of promoting creativity and who are distinguished
in their undertakings by a strong social ethic and engagement.