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2019 Webster Library Exhibitions


The Convergence exhibition presents a selection of artworks resulting from the course “Convergence: Arts, Neuroscience, and Society.” This two-semester interdisciplinary, inter-university course teamed up twelve graduate neuroscience students from the McGill University Integrated Program in Neuroscience (IPN), the Brain Repair and Integrative Neuroscience Program (BRaIN) from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC), and fourteen undergraduate fine art students from Concordia University’s Faculty of Fine Arts to work together to create collaborative sci-art projects. The students produced twelve collaborative artworks which artistically interpreted and reflected on contemporary neuroscience research. These art projects included interactive installations, an immersive performance, a participatory public art piece, sculptures, silk screen prints, an educational board game, and animation. Throughout the course, the students also produced zines, logos, posters, and data visualization projects.

This exhibition in the Webster Library vitrines is a small sample of the students’ final projects, as well as work produced during workshops and class assignments.

We invite you to browse the 2019 Convergence course exhibition catalogue which features the final projects of all students at

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