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April 6, 2019

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Thursday, January 30, 2020

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Music at Noon - Jason White Jazz Trio
Every Thursday, the Faculty of Music is pleased to present our free Music at Noon concert series, where local, national and international artists perform for the Kitchener-Waterloo community.

This week we welcome the Jason White Jazz Trio to our series.

Thursday, February 06, 2020

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Music at Noon - James McLean, Kimberly Barber, Chad Louwerse, Leslie Fagan, Anna Ronai & Lorin Shalanko
Every Thursday, the Faculty of Music is pleased to present our free Music at Noon concert series, where local, national and international artists perform for the Kitchener-Waterloo community.

This week we welcome James McLean (tenor), Kimberly Barber (mezzo-soprano), Chad Louwerse (bass-baritone), Leslie Fagan (soprano), Anna Ronai (piano) & Lorin Shalanko (piano) to our series.

Thursday, February 13, 2020

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Music at Noon - Beckett School at Laurier Instructor Showcase
Every Thursday, the Faculty of Music is pleased to present our free Music at Noon concert series, where local, national and international artists perform for the Kitchener-Waterloo community.

This week we showcase the instructors from the Beckett School at Laurier.

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Saturday, April 06, 2019

All Day Brantford: Our Immigrant Stories (Multi-Day Event)

“Brantford: Our Immigrant Stories” is a Public History exhibit produced by the students of HI 323: Memory, Monuments, Museums at Laurier Brantford. The opening event will take place on April 4 from 2:30 to 4 pm in the RCW Lobby of Laurier Brantford Campus. The exhibit will be in two locations: one interactive exhibition (April 4 -18) in the RCW Lobby and one long-term exhibit at Brant Museum and Archives starting April 4.

The exhibits are based on an extensive archival research done by students on the history of early Brantford’s immigrant communities. While the city’s official history largely focuses on its industrial and military past as well as the accomplishments of select individuals like Alexander Graham Bell, this exhibit will promote diversity and inclusion, also to bring to light the marginalized and underrepresented groups in Brantford's past to the university and the city.

For more information, email Dr. Christina Han or visit our website.

  • Faculty of Liberal Arts
  • End Time 8:30 PM Chamber Music (Multi-Day Event)

    With guidance from Chamber Music Director Christine Vlajk, hear our student lead chamber music ensembles perform in different pairings. Ensembles may include string quartet, wind octet and percussion ensembles.

    9:00 AM - 4:30 PM Beckettfest - piano, guitar, voice, winds & brass
    Join our talented  piano, guitar, voice, winds & brass students as they perform.
    10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Brantford Friendship Fair

    The Brantford Muslim Association, Grand River Community Health Centre, Community Legal Clinic and Laurier Centre for Student Equity Diversity and Inclusion are hosting a Friendship Fair!

    We hope to bring people together to celebrate an inclusive community and show that love is bigger than hate. The event will include guest speakers, music, refreshments, games, crafts, resources and more.

  • Diversity and Equity
  • 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM Barry Ace: Coalesce, Mixed Media Installation (Opening)

    Join us to celebrate the final exhibition of the season.

    Coalesce presents a fusion of distinct Anishinaabeg aesthetics of the Great Lakes’ region with the refuse from Western society’s technological and digital age. This entanglement of materials intentionally shifts the object’s materiality and its accepted paradigm within the physical world. Through this integration and juxtaposition of recognizable Anishinaabeg materials used in Anishinaabeg material culture (e.g. glass beads, porcupine quills), with contemporary electronic materials (e.g. capacitors and resistors), the exhibition will challenge viewers to reject and re-examine notions of cultural status.


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