Ethnographic Terminalia is pleased to present a public screening of
Barbash and Castaing-Taylor's ethnographic film Sweetgrass. We have
procured a 35mm print of this award winning film. Our Montréal screening
will also mark the first time Sweetgrass has been shown in Quebec! Note
that this is one of the few events happening during the AAAs that is open
to the public, so please circulate this widely and bring your friends.
Lucien Castaing-Taylor, an anthropologist and head of Harvard's Sensory
Ethnography Lab, will be in attendance.
When: 7pm. Saturday, Nov. 19th
Where: J.A. de Sève Cinema (see map below),
Click on the photograph to learn more about this film.
The de Sève Cinema is located in the Webster Library building, directly
across the street from the Hall building. Its address is 1400 de
Maisonneuve West. The internal room number is LB-125.
20 minute walk from AAA meetings
Metro and short walk: Victoria Square Station to Lucien-L'Allier Station.
The nearest metro station is Guy-Concordia.
5 minute taxi ride.
This screening is one of a constellation of events planned by Ethnographic
Terminalia, an international curatorial collective of anthropologists
exploring the borders of contemporary art and anthropology.
More information here: http://ethnographicterminalia.org