Leah Decter & Jaimie Issac / (official denial) trade value in progress, displayed at Shingwauk
This is the information page for “Art+Reconciliation,” a MOOC located at rmooc.ca that will address how artistic practices can engage in questions of reconciliation, most particularly in the Canadian context of residential schools and the associated and ongoing Truth and Reconciliation Commission. As part of our process we will discuss strategies of creating and increasing an awareness of Indigenous practices and histories and engage in a critical inquiry of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Indian Residential Schools, and all the while think through how artistic media can be a driving force in this articulation. To begin, take a look at rmooc.ca or go directly to our signup page.
where the 1924 American rugby team was attacked with rocks and bottles and fled the field with a police escort after defeating France in Paris.. Hey, the Packers must be doing something right. So I […]
We’re working hard to transform our reworks site into an active Massive Open Online Course focussed on Art and Reconciliation. This will be a no-fee, non-credit course whose purpose will be to create a learning […]
Originally blogged at artistic-inquiry.ca Oppenheimer Park, downtown eastside, Vancouver. Uncharacteristic bright sunshine, and warm, middle of Februrary. Around the perimeter of the park are 88 red balloons, weighted to the ground and tied off with […]
This very long and rambling essay was initially written for a presentation at the Reconciliation Works in Progress at the Shingwauk Centre, Algoma University, Sault Ste Marie. It has been reworked since. Thank you to Reworks […]