Wilfrid Laurier University will welcome Sean Devlin, a multimedia artist, comedian and activist from The Yes Men, as the 2016/17 activist-in-residence on the Brantford campus. The activist-in-residence program is designed to encourage students, faculty and the broader community to explore and engage with important contemporary issues.
Devlin will be the guest of Laurier Brantford’s Digital Media and Journalism (DMJ) program and will create a “Yes Lab” on campus. The lab will bring together students, faculty, an activist group or an NGO, members of the local community and the Yes Men to devise effective and educational activist projects.
Come out and meet our Activist in Residence, Sean Devlin as well as Yes Men founding member Andy Bichlbaum. Both will be present to talk about their work and answer questions at an informal social event.
Refreshments will be served – please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org