Research Rendezvous: An Arts Based Research Approach-Black and Indigenous Youth Identities


Audrey Hudson will be speaking on her research entitled An Arts Based Research Approach: Black and Indigenous Youth Identities.

 
DateTuesday, January 24, 2017 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Cost

Free

Email

mgolberg@ocadu.ca

Location

Room 701K, 205 Richmond St.

Dr. Audrey Hudson is an artist, educator and researcher. Audrey is an Assistant Professor at OCAD University, where she developed two courses on the influence of hip-hop on art and design practices. Hudson recently earned her doctorate in Education from University of Toronto, her thesis was entitled, “Decolonizing Indigenous Youth Studies: Photography and Hip Hop as Sites of Resilience”. Audrey views the arts as a tool to begin decolonizing education because of the creative platform it provides for historically marginalized communities. Audrey Hudson believes that the arts are a way to bring the rich knowledges and voices of young people into pedagogical spaces to discuss histories of colonization, race, representation and sovereignty. This presentation will be centered around her thesis research on photography and hip-hop as sites of resilience for Black and Indigenous young adults. It will also probe at considerations for relationship building on this land we call home.



Research Rendezvous is a monthly lunchtime series for faculty and students to share and learn about research at OCAD U.
DateTuesday, January 24, 2017 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Cost

Free

Email

mgolberg@ocadu.ca

Website Location

Room 701K, 205 Richmond St.

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Tuesday, January 24, 2017 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Dr. Audrey Hudson is an artist, educator and researcher. Audrey is an Assistant Professor at OCAD University, where she developed two courses on the influence of hip-hop on art and design practices. Hudson recently earned her doctorate in Education from University of Toronto, her thesis was entitled, “Decolonizing Indigenous Youth Studies: Photography and Hip Hop as Sites of Resilience”. Audrey views the arts as a tool to begin decolonizing education because of the creative platform it provides for historically marginalized communities. Audrey Hudson believes that the arts are a way to bring the rich knowledges and voices of young people into pedagogical spaces to discuss histories of colonization, race, representation and sovereignty. This presentation will be centered around her thesis research on photography and hip-hop as sites of resilience for Black and Indigenous young adults. It will also probe at considerations for relationship building on this land we call home.

Venue & Address: 
Room 701K, 205 Richmond St.
Email: 
mgolberg@ocadu.ca
Cost: 
Free
Research Rendezvous is a monthly lunchtime series for faculty and students to share and learn about research at OCAD U.
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