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Eric Lewis at MRAAW/AMRAE

January 11, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

From the Paris "Dada-Season", April 1921, to the Art Ensemble Of Chicago "Paris Session", August 1969;

Relational Aesthetics, Genres and the Social Instrumentality of Aesthetic Denseness

Hi,

Bonjour,

Les Ateliers Montréalais de Réflexions sur l’Art et l’Esthétique vous invitent chaleureusement à venir assister à la présentation d’Eric Lewis (Philosophy, McGill), ce jeudi 14 janvier à 20h à la salle 404 du Thomson House (3650 McTavish). 

En plus d’être professeur au département de philosophie de l’université McGill, Eric Lewis est le coordonateur principal des activités montréalaises du projet MCRI, voué à la recherche sur les rapports entre improvisation, communauté et pratiques sociales. Qui plus est, Eric Lewis est un musicien Jazz hors paire! Attendez-vous par conséquent à une présentation imprévisible!

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The Montreal Reflections on Art and Aesthetics Workshop cordially invite you to Eric Lewis’ (Philosophy, McGill) presentation this coming Thursday, Jan. 14th, at 8pm in room 404 of Thomson House (3650 McTavish).

More than just a philosophy professor at McGill, Eric Lewis is the McGill site coordinator for the MCRI project "Improvisation, Community, and Social Practice", a major international interdisciplinary research project. What’s more, he is also a widely renowned Jazz musician. We can thus expect that his presentation will be anything but predictable!

À jeudi!

See you Thursday!

Olivier Mathieu

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