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Air, river, sea, soil; a history of an exploited land (artist roundtable)

A hybrid roundtable where the five participating artists of Land and Accessible Futures: Stories of Resistance and Survival exhibition will discuss their work, the exhibition, and reflect on their collaboration with AIM members for collectively writing image descriptions of their photos.

Poster of a hybrid artist roundtable for the online exhibition, “Air, river, sea, soil; a history of an exploited land”. An expanded version of AIM’s logo featuring gold lettering on a forest green background. The names of five participating artists (Zied Ben Romdhan, Mohamed Mahdy, Nadia Bseiso, Roï Saade, Tamara Abdul Hadi) are placed in a jagged line resembling a road, connecting the capital “A” on the top left to the letters “I” and “M” placed on the opposite side.

Event information

The event will be hybrid, with both in-person and online participation enabled. The in-person roundtable will take place at the AIM Lab (address below).

To attend online, please register here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.  

Access information 

• ASL interpretation will be provided. 

• AIM Lab is an accessible, scent-free, mask-secure space. There is an accessible, gender neutral bathroom on the same floor as the AIM Lab. 

• Masks are required to attend the event. Masks will be provided at the entry of the AIM Lab.

• Should you have any specific access needs that we should be aware of, please email at least five days prior to the event.

AIM Lab address

Access in the Making (AIM) Lab, CJ 1.415 

Concordia University, Loyola Campus
7141 Sherbrooke Street West 
Montreal, Quebec 
H4B 1R6

Once you arrive in front of the CJ building (the main entrance you see when you walk up to the building from Sherbrooke Street/the 105 bus stop), look for the ramp entrance on the south-facing side of the building. Follow the ramp or stairs down to the lowest level and continue straight down the hallway and the lab is the big, white space just before the bathrooms.