This course explores Indigenous art and curatorial practice and emphasizes the ways of being of Indigenous artists, curators and Knowledge Keepers. Students will examine curatorial strategies from mid-20th century to the present, within the context of broader sociopolitical movements. Topics include: reception history of Indigenous art; shifts in curatorial approaches to collection and display of Indigenous art; and the politics of representation. In this course, Indigenous knowledges will be centered to draw connections between art, history, culture and community.
Course offerings are available online (synchronous) and on campus. View schedule for current and upcoming formats.
Instructional Hours: 24 hours (8 classes, 3 hours per class)
Additional Hours: up to 24 hours for independent study and practice, assignment completion and homework.
This course is typically offered during the following terms:
(Subject to change)
Spring | January to March
Summer | April to August
Programs this course applies to
Tuition + Materials
Tuition is $507.45. Download your detailed materials list before your first class.
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