Apr.222018

Special event

Past Event

Screenings, a conference and an artistic installation as part of Earth Day 2018.

La terre vue du cœur
Screenings: 11 AM and 1 PM
Tickets: $11.75 (seniors and students: $9.50)
Taxes and fees included
Where: Space A (1st floor)

Conference
3 PM
Free admission (places are limited)
Where: Space D (4th floor)

For Earth Day 2018, Phi presents two screenings of the documentary La terre vue du cœur by Iolande Cadrin-Rossignol, the conference Pollution plastique: tout petit la planète with Mylène Paquette, Édith Cochrane, Thomas Mulcair, Patrick Bonin and Jérôme Normand, and the zero waste installation and capsule collection Sink or Swim by Colin Meredith.

La terre vue du cœur

CANADA | ORIGINAL VERSION: FRENCH | SUBTITLES: TBC

Director: Iolande Cadrin-Rossignol
Year: 2018
Duration: 97 minutes
Rating: TBD

Pollution plastique: tout petit la planète

Hear the thoughts of Mylène Paquette, Quebec navigator, Édith Cochrane, Earth Day spokesperson, Thomas Mulcair, chairman of the Board of Directors of Earth Day, Patrick Bonin, of Greenpeace Canada and Jérôme Normand, President of the Land Planning Committee of the Montreal Metropolitan Community and Montreal City councillor, on plastic pollution, the global theme of Earth Day 2018, as they raise observations, challenges and possible solutions facing this issue.

To attend the conference, you must RSVP.

Édith Cochrane

Mylène Paquette

Thomas Mulcair

Patrick Bonin

Jérôme Nadeau

Photos: Monic Richard (Édith Cochrane) + Laurence Labat (Mylène Paquette) + House of Commons (Thomas Mulcair)

Sink or Swim, by Colin Meredith

At the Phi boutique will be presented the zero waste installation and capsule collection by local artist and designer Colin MeredithSink or Swim. The collection consists of a range of nautical vests fashioned from recycled plastic — challenging how we think about producing clothing at a time where our oceans are polluted with critical levels of plastic.

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