Regards sur le Chile: Les rêves d'une génération

We are a group of secondary 5 students at the École internationale de Montréal, who are organizing an exhibit based on life stories, inspired by the CURA project model at Concordia University.

The goal of the project is to design and build an exhibit structured around one or several oral history interviews of the "Life Stories" type, connected to the history of Augusto Pinochet's dictatorial regime of 1973 to 1990.

The 40 students from École internationale are responsible for all stages of the exhibit's production. The exhibit's objective is to create a parallel between the historical account of the Pinochet dictatorship and one or several life stories of different individuals.

The exhibit will be open to the public:

Friday May 28 from 3 to 6pm,
Saturday, May 29 and Sunday, May 30 from noon to 4pm.
at the Art la Salamandre gallery
1090 av. Pratt

Evening program:

5:30 PM Welcoming guests
6:00 PM Words of welcome
6:30 PM Screening of documentary
8:00 PM Welcoming guests
8:00 PM Screening of documentary

Project blog:

Students will present, throughout the event, to welcome members of the public!
Looking forward to seeing you,
Annie, Manuel, Vanaka and students in the XXth century History course,
at the École internationale de Montréal