Events & workshops
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Join fellow alumni in the brand new Robert Langen Art Gallery, now housed at the Wilfrid Laurier University Library, for an exclusive Paint Nite.
Alumni will be guided through a canvas paint project featuring an image of our beautiful campus by our very own, Erin Bunting (BBA '13).
Come join us for an evening of art, conversation, a drink and appetizers.
American Chemical Society (ACS) Program-in-a-Box
In the world of competitive and professional sports, chemistry is more impactful than you might think. Discover the materials that chemists are creating to enable athletes to perform better and stay safer, as well as how analytical chemistry is advancing to detect performance enhancing substances in order to keep the playing field level for everyone. During this interactive event, viewers will look at the amazing work that is being done in sports science. In addition, there are prizes to be won.
Join us on March 2 for a talk by Alexander Mistakidis, CEO of GameLynx. Gamelynx is a platform that empowers you to play a variety of party and card games in-person with your friends. Alexander will be discussing the creation of the company, the technology they use, and more.
The GAMEtalk series brings together those who are involved in the gaming industry to the Brantford community. Topics include entrepreneurship, game design, cultural sensitivity in gaming, story creation, animation, gaming culture and more.
Dr. Ginette Lafreniere Gendered Violence Faculty Colleague, and Dr. Laura Mae Lindo, Director of Diversity and Equity are pleased to invite you to the screening of the documentary: “It’s About Time”. Following viewing of the film will be a panel discussion and refreshments will be served.
International Women’s Day, March 6th, from 5:00 to 7:00 at the main campus library viewing room, first floor.
A Casual Reconstruction | video installation
February 27- April 8th, 2017
Opening Reception Wednesday, March 8th from 7-9pm
With Performance at 7:30pm
Our monthly Music in the Library series continues on March 10th featuring students from Laurier's Music department.