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    550

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    Arts and Culture

    Nous accumulons tous de façon plus ou moins aléatoire une quantité de photos personnelles. Pendant cet atelier de deux jours, les experts du Musée canadien de l’histoire initieront les participants aux pratiques visant à organiser, documenter, numériser, préserver et partager leurs photos numériques.

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    506

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    Arts and Culture

    Vous aimeriez développer votre vision pour mieux communiquer votre message photographique? Vous cherchez les éléments clés de la composition de l’image afin de stimuler votre créativité? Ce cours de 18 heures vous permettra d’acquérir des outils pour redécouvrir le monde qui vous entoure à travers l’objectif de votre appareil photo. Lors de sorties, vous pourrez mettre en pratique quelques règles simples pour raffiner votre façon de voir et de composer vos images. Le cours comprend également un survol de quelques œuvres marquantes qui jalonnent l’histoire de la photographie, afin d’analyser certains principes caractérisant des œuvres célèbres.

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    664

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    Life and Sciences

    Alzheimer’s disease is an illness that concerns us all, regardless of our age. After all, not only does this disease cause individuals to lose their memories, it also robs them of their identities. As our population ages, Alzheimer’s is becoming increasingly prevalent in our society, which is why it’s important to separate fact from fiction. These three segments are designed to present the facts on how Alzheimer’s disease evolves, what treatments are available, and how the illness can affect individuals living with it.

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    360

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    Languages and Communications

    …And we are back! Europe’s capital of style, food and wine welcomes you for a second instalment of Italian culture and language! In this course, we will concentrate on visual and oral communication, supported by a generous dose of grammar and, of course, Italian culture. 

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    373

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    Buddhist Traditions

    A calm and concentrated awareness of the body and mind in the present moment: this is a fundamental element of Buddhist mindfulness meditation. These sessions combine the practice of mindfulness meditation with practical advice on how to apply mindfulness to all aspects of our daily life.

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    671

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    Society and History

    Athens, Troy, Mycenae, Cnossos, Pergamon: prestigious names revealing the cultural richness of Greek civilization. Relive the great excavations that shed light on one of the leading civilizations in human history. Witness how architecture, pottery, sculpture and minor arts are still influenced by the Greek legacy in our world today.

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    310

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    Literature and Writing

    Comparing and contrasting art movements in New York and Paris of the roaring ’20s, explore literary and visual art forms that reflect the changing perspectives on politics, gender, and sexuality.

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    Language English
    May 31, June 7, 14, 21, 28, 2017
    10:00 - 12:00

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    525

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    Life and Sciences

    There is no reason to passively submit to the natural tendency of our brains to slow down as we age. Neuroscience has shown that the brain continually reorganizes itself. These six workshops, which have been designed to stimulate the thinking potential of each participant.

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    366

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    Life and Sciences

    A critical component of Earth’s environment is the hydrosphere – the oceans, lakes and atmosphere. These features were delivered to us primarily by comets during the first billion years after our planet’s formation. Since bringing that vital gift, comets have been both a blessing and a curse for life on Earth. This course will review what we know about comets and explain how we observe and record the bright ones that cross our skies every decade or so.

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    315

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    Arts and Culture

    This six-week course will introduce you to the appreciation of art. We will cover periods from the Early Renaissance to the 20th Century as we explore invaluable artistic treasures.

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