Dying.dialogues runs January 24th/25th and includes:
Dying.dialogues keynote Friday January 24th at 6 pm from Nikki Salkeld and Ashley Rudolph, who are the creators of MOTH. Moth is a research project, which through the discipline of Graphic Design, helps with the un-hiding of death. It aims to facilitate problem solving by making ‘tools’ to encourage dialogue about mortality, helping us to find perspective and turning death from something we fear into something we might learn from.To attend MOTH’s keynote is free, just register to save your seat!
(Location: rm 230, 100 McCaul)
Dying.dialogues is a mini-symposium on design for end of life January 25th from 8:30am-5pm invites participants to share and reflect on design practice as it relates to the process of end of life. Student tickets cost $15, regular tickets cost $35 and include lunch!
(Location: rm 190, 100 McCaul)
Dying.is also pleased to announce Dying.threads, an exterior installation on death, designed to engage the public in thinking about choices at end of life. Dying.threads was designed to embody vulnerability, renewal, with reflective and invitational engagement. Dying.threads will be located outside St.Stephen-In-The-Fields Church, Jan 17 to 26.