In 2018-2019, S.P.A.C.E. is launching its first annual writing competition. Students from every discipline across the College are invited to submit writing that encourages reflection on this year’s S.P.A.C.E. theme: Perspective(S). Students can submit in one or more of three categories—prose (fiction or creative non-fiction), poetry, and essay.
Prizes will be awarded! To learn more, follow this link.
What is a “perspective”? By one definition it is a vantage point; what we perceive because of where we’re standing in relation to the world around us. For instance, if we are looking at the earth from outer space, as in the famous “Pale Blue Dot” photograph of our planet—or perhaps from the point of view of Sky Woman falling towards Turtle Island—our perspective is different than it is looking at the earth from the sidewalk outside of Dawson College in Montreal. Scientists and artists alike have explored this notion of perspective for millennia... Read More…
In eating disorders, what seems like order can but anything but.
The entropy of anxiety and speaking (poem).
Why I got a tattoo.
Entropy reminds us to keep our personal expectations grounded in reality.
The unreachable horizontal line that time runs after.
When the mirror gives us a distorted image of ourselves (poem).
A man struggling with entropy in his marriage goes out to look at the night sky.
SPACE, an interdisciplinary web magazine and host of interdisciplinary events, is looking for writers, editors, illustrators, designers, photographers, film-makers, podcasters, planners and organizers, potential collaborators, and anyone else who wants to get involved. Already a registered member of SPACE? Log in to find out more.
S.P.A.C.E. (Sciences Participating with Arts and Culture in Education) is delighted to welcome founder of Onishka Productions and the event and live-arts platform Indigenous Contemporary Scene, Émilie Monnet to Dawson College.
Monnet’s interdisciplinary practice is inspired by years of social activism with Indigenous organizations in Canada and Latin America, and brings together her educational background in theatre, media arts, and peace building.
Each year SPACE hosts an exhibition in the Warren G. Flowers Gallery. This dynamic exhibition challenges participants from across the disciplines and inspires them to create works of texts, videos, films, performances, scientific material, artwork of any medium, diagrams, speculations, and many other forms of participation. The theme for the 2018-2019 academic year is Perspective(S). SPACE invites you to explore and share your perspectives, to make a submission to the exhibition, and to...View more