EVOQ participates in the 2019 Inuit Studies Conference
Last week, EVOQ participated in the 2019 Inuit Studies Conference. On this occasion, the 21st edition was held in Montreal.
The EVOQ team, accompanied by Inuit partners, offered the following lectures:
- Olivia Christie Ikey Duncan and Sami Tannoury –Towards a more humanist approach of the development of social housing in Nunavik
- Carolyne Fontaine and Alicia Aragutak – Isuarsivik: Architecture for Healing
- Roxanne Gauthier and Jusipi Kulula – From Consultation to Collaborative Creation: New Passenger Terminal Buildings in Nunavik
- Alain Fournier, Isabelle Laurier, and Pamela Gross – Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit: Art, Architecture and Traditional Knowledge
During this four day conference, EVOQ also presented two exhibitions:
- From Consultation to Collaborative Creation: 30 Years of Building Terminals
- Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit: Art, Architecture and Ancestral Knowledge
Inuit Studies 2019 was a unique experience for the EVOQ team as it proved to be the perfect place for discussion and education!
From left to right: Alain Fournier, architect; Isabelle Laurier, commissioner; Pamela Gross, Cambridge Bay mayor; Christopher Manfredi, Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic), McGill University,