Wednesday, November 21 2018
17:00 - 19:00
Meeting point : The Salon - Jean-Noël Desmarais Pavilion
Duration : 2h
Bilingual
Lectures
REMAKE, RETHINK, RELOCATE: COLLECTIONS ET EXPOSITIONS RÉACTIVÉES

Hypotheses is an Art History symposia series, organized by and for graduate students from Quebec universities. Its goal is to promote and disseminate emerging research in the discipline. Hypotheses is intended to foster discussion and debate between young researchers across institutional boundaries, to act as a platform for discussion and reflection, and to encourage cross-fertilization of ideas between academia, the museum community, and the public at large.

 

Collections exposées et musées en tournée

Lisa Bouraly (M.A. Student, UQAM) 

 

Reprendre en écho(s). Effets de la reconstitution d’exposition en art contemporain

Florence-Agathe Dubé-Moreau (M.A. Student, UQAM) 

 

Chair:

Maya Rae Oppenheimer (Assistant Professor, Concordia)

17:30 - 19:00
Meeting point : Maxwell-Cummings Auditorium – 1379A Sherbrooke Street West
Duration : 1h 30
In French
Lectures
Entretien – COZIC et Geneviève Goyer-Ouimette

Conversation
An enthralling conversation around the works and artistic process of COZIC (Monic Brassard and Yvon Cozic) hosted by Geneviève GoyerOuimette, MMFA.

Activity free of charge. Optional pass reservation in exchange for a service charge you may choose to reserve a seat. One hour before the event, passes for any remaining seats will be given out free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis.
Service charges (per pass)
General public: $5
VIP: $4

Wednesday, November 28 2018
17:30 - 19:00
Duration : 1h 30
Lectures
GILLES CANTAGREL – CANTATE, QUE ME VEUX-TU ?

All About Bach Cantatas

Often overlooked until about half a century ago, Bach’s cantatas have since been re-established in their broad appeal. But when, how, and where were they performed during the Baroque period? What was their purpose? What do their texts have to say? A whole world to discover!

Gilles Cantagrel, lecturer

Wednesday, December 12 2018
17:00 - 19:00
Meeting point : The Salon - Jean-Noël Desmarais Pavilion
Duration : 2h
Bilingual
Lectures
EXPÉRIMENTER LA MODERNITÉ : THE BODY MOVED AND THE MOVING BODY

Hypotheses is an Art History symposia series, organized by and for graduate students from Quebec universities. Its goal is to promote and disseminate emerging research in the discipline. Hypotheses is intended to foster discussion and debate between young researchers across institutional boundaries, to act as a platform for discussion and reflection, and to encourage cross-fertilization of ideas between academia, the museum community, and the public at large.

 

The Phenomenology of Display: Monet’s Water Lilies of the Orangerie and the History of Proto-Installation Art

Anthony Portulese (M.A Student, McGill) 

 

Rij-Rousseau et le sport: le cubisme « écartelé » des années 1920

Florence Gariépy (M.A. Student, Université Laval)  

 

Chair:

Kristina Huneault (Professeure, Concordia)

Saturday, February 2 2019
14:00 - 15:30
Duration : 1h 30
Lectures
NICOLAS BOULERICE – TURLUTAGE, PIERRE ANGULAIRE DE LA TRANSMISSION ORALE

In Conncertion with the Concert by Le Vent du Nord

The turlutte is a form of musical expression specific to Quebec folklore that consists of singing onomatopoeia on the tunes of traditional songs. From its Italian origins to the inventiveness of La Bolduc, from the straightforward imitation of reels to virtuosic vocal agility, rediscover this homegrown musical idiom.

Nicolas Boulerice, lecturer

Saturday, March 9 2019
14:00 - 15:30
Duration : 1h 30
Lectures
ALEXANDRE DRATWICKI- VOIR LA MUSIQUE : LA MISE EN SCÈNE D’OPÉRA FRANÇAIS À L’ÉPOQUE ROMANTIQUE

Festival Plazzetto Bru Zane Montreal

While opera is known primarily to be a vocal genre centred around the technical prowess of its singers, in France during the Romantic period, opera evolved to become an integrated work of art in which dance, sets, costumes, and staging were considered to be equally as important as its musical component. Discover the complexity of a genre that aspired to be as historical, moral, and political as it was artistic.

Alexandre Dratwicki, lecturer

Wednesday, March 27 2019
17:30 - 19:00
Duration : 1h 30
Lectures
GEORGES LEROUX – LES CANTATES DE BACH ET LA COMMUNAUTÉ : LE RÔLE DES CHORALS

All About Bach Cantatas

Bach’s cantatas served a dual purpose: on the one hand, each cantata was integrated into the liturgical cycle; on the other, they contributed to the pious edification of the community. Bach conferred on his chorales the task of aligning these two aims, which explains their musical and spiritual richness.

Georges Leroux, lecturer