|Start Date and Time||Event Details||Event Organizer(s)
|All Day ||Douglas R. Ewart: Crepuscule Mixed Media Installation (Multi-Day Event)|
Douglas R. Ewart’s Crepuscule is a multimedia, interactive installation and exhibition of music, film, sculptural assemblage and performance art, exploring the role of improvisation in building and strengthening community.
Douglas R. Ewart is a versatile composer, improviser, sculptor and maker of masks and instruments. He is also an inspiring and enthusiastic educator and lecturer. Throughout his acclaimed 40-year career, Ewart has led projects in diverse media, weaving his many talents into a single sensibility that encourages and celebrates the wholeness of individuals in culturally active communities.
|LibraryRobert Langen Gallery
|All Day ||Registration Period: Campus Career Shadow Day for Indigenous Students (Multi-Day Event)|
The Campus Career Shadow Day for Indigenous Students is a unique opportunity for self-identified Indigenous Students to engage in career exploration right here on campus! Students will make a connection between classroom and career to better understand the knowledge, skills, and requirements needed to pursue a fulfilling career at Laurier.
Participation in Campus Career Shadow Day includes pre-shadow and post-shadow meetings for student participants with representatives from the Office of Indigenous Initiatives, Career Development Centre and Human Resources. Students will be matched with a Laurier staff or faculty who align with their careers goals and will be able to provide insight into the field.
|Career CentreOffice of Indigenous Initiatives
|10:00 AM - 5:00 PM ||Ontario Universities' Fair (OUF)|
The OUF is September 28 to 30, 2018, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, and admission is free. You can talk personally with Laurier students, professors and university representatives to get answers about programs, admission requirements, student life and much more. Don’t miss out on OUF, the largest education fair in Canada!
More information can be found at ouf.ca.
|12:30 PM - 12:50 PM ||Toward Right Relations|
Join us for a brief pause to focus on reconciliation with our Indigenous neighbours. Each year we explore a different theme. This year we reflect on the theme "Land."
There will be opportunities to smudge, sing and reflect.
Today, we will observe Orange Shirt Day to raise awareness of the enduring effects of Canada's residential school system. For more information go to orangeshirtday.org
|Martin Luther University College