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Autour de l’Université du Québec à Montréal : visite du Quartier chinois

Dimanche 5 juin, 7h00 à 8h45

UQAM, pavillon J.-A. De Sève (DS)  DS Registration table (meeting point) | Comptoir d’enregistrement (lieu de rencontre)

Visite à pied

Le Quartier chinois, né dans la seconde moitié du 19e siècle, est un carrefour d’activités commerciales et socioculturelles qui fait rayonner la culture chinoise à Montréal. Il est devenu, au fil du temps, un paysage emblématique de la diversité culturelle de la métropole. Jonathan Cha, urbanologue, architecte paysagiste et docteur en aménagement de l’espace et en urbanisme, propose un circuit-découverte qui permettra de prendre connaissance de l’histoire du quartier et de décrypter son aménagement.

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Inscription requise: patrimoine@uqam.ca

Canal: Walking the Post-industrial Lachine Canal

Dimanche 5 juin, 7h00 à 9h00

UQAM, pavillon J.-A. De Sève (DS)  Comptoir d’enregistrement (lieu de rencontre)

Canal: Walking the post-industrial Lachine Canal (COHDS, 2013 bilingual – bilingue) is an audiowalk and booklet that takes listeners from the Atwater Market to the Saint Gabriel Lock, exploring the post-industrial transformation of a once heavily industrialized area. The Lachine Canal area has undergone dramatic changes, as mills and factories were closed and then demolished or converted into high-end condominiums. The adjoining working-class neighbourhoods were devastated by deindustrialization, losing half of their population between 1961 and 1991. Our audiowalk and booklet aim to make visible some of these absences and divides, contributing to a wider discussion about the politics of urban change. Over the course of the walk, you will hear stories from those who worked or lived alongside the canal. You can download the audiowalk at www.postindustrialmontreal.ca or use one of our mp3 players.

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Inscription requise: patrimoine@uqam.ca

Through the alleys of Saint-Henri – guided by Pohanna Pyne Feinberg

Dimanche 5 juin, 7h00 à 9h00

UQAM, pavillon J.-A. De Sève (DS)  Comptoir d’enregistrement (lieu de rencontre)

Movement, stillness, and creation will be combined during this walk as participants are encouraged to attune themselves to the environment through conscious emplacement. They will awaken their sensory awareness by experimenting with deep listening, observing impermanence and slow walking. Weather permitting, participants will also be invited to create a cyanotype photogram with the materials they found. An in situ photogram is an image made in collaboration with the environment and it enhances one’s appreciation for the subtle nuances that can be revealed through connection to place over time. In complement to the other activities offered during the conference, this walk will raise questions about the influence of embodied knowledge in place-based research. No previous experience with art making is needed.

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Inscription requise: patrimoine@uqam.ca

La Pointe : L’autre bord de la track

Lundi 6 juin 7h00 à 9h00

Concordia, Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex Building (EV) – EV_Atrium (meeting point) |  (lieu de rencontre)

The other side of the tracks / La Pointe : L’autre bord de la track (COHDS) / Public History Students, 2015 – bilingual – bilingue) takes walkers into a working-class neighbourhood that has undergone massive deindustrialization and is now gentrifying. Pointe-Saint-Charles is also known for its place-based activism and strong neighbourhood identity. Produced by the oral history students in Steven High’s Working Class Public History course, working closely with two other classes, the walk takes an hour to complete and is supported by a historical booklet. Participants can download the audiowalk at www.postindustrialmontreal.ca or use one of our mp3 players.

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Inscription requise: patrimoine@uqam.ca

Autour de Concordia : Le quartier Griffintown

Lundi 6 juin 7h00 à 8h45

Concordia, Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex Building (EV) – EV_Atrium (meeting point) |  (lieu de rencontre)

Visite à pied (en anglais)

Griffintown est aujourd’hui sous les feux des projecteurs en raison d’un projet de rénovation urbaine qui transforme de manière conséquente le paysage. Ancien quartier ouvrier, au nord du Canal de Lachine, il fut plus particulièrement investi dès 1847 par la communauté irlandaise qui en fit son point de ralliement. Jonathan Cha urbanologue, architecte paysagiste et docteur en aménagement de l’espace et en urbanisme, convie les participants à remonter le temps pour découvrir l’histoire du quartier et de ses multiples transformations.

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Inscription requise: patrimoine@uqam.ca

Canal: Walking the post-industrial Lachine Canal

Lundi 6 juin 7h00 à 9h00

Concordia, Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex Building (EV) – EV_Atrium (meeting point) |  (lieu de rencontre)

Canal: Walking the post-industrial Lachine Canal (COHDS, 2013 bilingual – bilingue) is an audiowalk and booklet that takes listeners from the Atwater Market to the Saint Gabriel Lock, exploring the post-industrial transformation of a once heavily industrialized area. The Lachine Canal area has undergone dramatic changes, as mills and factories were closed and then demolished or converted into high-end condominiums. The adjoining working-class neighbourhoods were devastated by deindustrialization, losing half of their population between 1961 and 1991. Our audiowalk and booklet aim to make visible some of these absences and divides, contributing to a wider discussion about the politics of urban change. Over the course of the walk, you will hear stories from those who worked or lived alongside the canal. You can download the audiowalk at www.postindustrialmontreal.ca or use one of our mp3 players.

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Inscription requise: patrimoine@uqam.ca

Mile End, the crossroads of three cultures

Vendredi 3 juin 13h00 à 15h30

UQAM, pavillon J.-A. De Sève (DS) – DS Registration table (meeting point) | Comptoir d’enregistrement (lieu de rencontre)

Visite à pied (en anglais)

The west of Mile End is the fruit of the unlikely encounter between a French-Canadian artisans’ village, a new suburb at the turn of the 20th century marketed mainly to the English-speaking middle class, and the heart of Montreal’s Jewish life between the wars. Discover how these influences have shaped the neighbourhood and the traces they have left.

Organization: Mile End Memories
Fees | Coût: $16 + taxes

Inscription: https://sites.grenadine.co/sites/patrimoine/fr/ACHS2016/register

Fleur dans le fleuve

Mardi 7 juin 7h00 à 8h00

Concordia, Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex Building (EV) – EV_Atrium |  (lieu de rencontre)

Fleur dans le fleuve(COHDS, 2012 en français – in French)

À chaque année, en avril, la communauté rwandaise de Montréal se réunit pour commémorer les centaines de milliers d’hommes, femmes et enfants qui ont été assassinés pendant le génocide de 1994. La marche audioguidée emprunte le parcours de la commémoration, de la station de métro Berri-UQAM (au coin des rues Berri et Sainte-Catherine) jusqu’à la tour de l’Horloge qui surplombe le fleuve Saint-Laurent, dans le Vieux-Port. Cette marche mènera les participants à travers les rues animées de Montréal tout en étant guidés par les voix de Montréalais d’origine rwandaise qui partageront leur histoire. Comme les histoires partagées sont de nature sensible, l’audio n’est pas disponible en ligne.

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Inscription requise: patrimoine@uqam.ca

“In Griffintown / Dans le Griff” and “Scandal! Vice, crime and morality in Montreal, 1940-1960”

Mardi 7 juin 7h00 à 9h00

Concordia, Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex Building (EV) – EV_Atrium (meeting point) |  (lieu de rencontre)

Guided visits to two exhibitions, Centre d’histoire de Montréal (bilingual – bilingue)

The Centre d’histoire de Montréal presents Dans le Griff that takes visitors into the neighbourhood of Griffintown, as depicted through the lives and memories of the Mercier family. Their life stories will take participants down the streets of an industrial sector that has undergone quite a metamorphosis. Griffintown is one of the oldest industrial and working-class neighbourhoods in Montreal. In the forefront is the work of G. Scott MacLeod, including the oral histories he collected as part of his documentary project, as well as his visual art.

Scandal! Vice, Crime and Morality in Montreal, 1940-1960: Canada’s largest city in the mid-20th century, Montreal was, as still is, a port city and a transportation, business, and immigration hub. In the early 1920s, Montreal acquired the reputation of being a city of pleasure.

Inscription requise: patrimoine@uqam.ca

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Autour de Concordia. Au cœur du Golden Square Mile : explorations de luttes patrimoniales

Mardi 7 juin 7h30 à 8h45

Concordia, Engineering, Computer Science and Visual Arts Integrated Complex Building (EV) – EV_Atrium (meeting point) |  (lieu de rencontre)

Le centre-ville a été au cœur de nombreuses luttes depuis les années 1970. Le parcours proposé par Martin Drouin, historien, professeur au Département d’études urbaines et touristiques de l’Université du Québec à Montréal, présentera quelques combats qui ont marqué la scène patrimoniale et transformé le paysage urbain montréalais.

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Inscription requise: patrimoine@uqam.ca

Le Vieux-Montréal, quartier Bonsecours

Vendredi 3 juin  13h00 à 15h00

UQAM, pavillon J.-A. De Sève (DS) – DS Registration table (meeting point) | Comptoir d’enregistrement (lieu de rencontre)

Visite à pied (en français)

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