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NORDIK Institute invites you to join us for our 2023 Annual Meeting, Building Bridges: Emphasizing the importance of collaboration and partnerships in addressing complex challenges and fostering unity.

This year, we are excited to gather in person at the Art Gallery of Algoma (Sault Ste. Marie, ON).  For those located outside the Sault, a virtual attendance option is available. Get ready for an evening filled with inspiring discussions, innovative ideas, and meaningful connections. Our meeting will bring together researchers and community members from various research projects to share knowledge, experiences, and a hot meal. Don’t miss this opportunity to collaborate and network with like-minded individuals. Mark your calendars!

Location: Art Gallery of Algoma (10 East Street, Sault Ste. Marie, ON) & online

Date: Thursday November 2, 2023


5:30pm -Dinner will be served
6:00pm – Business Meeting
6:45pm -Guest Speakers: Building Bridges
7:30pm- Poster Presentations
RSVP to attend the Annual Meeting here.
To become a member of NORDIK Institute, please take 2 minutes to fill out our brief form, here.

For more information please contact: Amy Boyer at amy.boyer@algomau.ca

Miranda Bouchard is an artist, arts manager and independent curator who brings 14 years’ experience and study in non-profit arts and culture to her work with Thinking Rock Community Arts. Her roots and residence in the Algoma District, Northern Ontario inform her focus on process- and craft-based practices, intergenerational skill-sharing, and projects unfolding in rural settings where such practices are prevalent. She’s apprenticed with Ruth Howard and Jumblies Theater, and has studied art, art history, nonprofit management, and community economic & social development at the White Mountain Academy of the Arts, the University of Guelph, Toronto Metropolitan University and Algoma University.

For more information, or to get your free tickets to this month’s session, click here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/miranda-bouchard-celebrating-10-years-of-thinking-rock-community-arts-tickets-372239848407

The Spark Series aims to break down communication silos and foster awareness between research and community activism that contribute to social, economic, environmental and cultural justice by profiling the work of community actors and researchers in Northern Ontario.