New Course: Landmarks: Art + Places (April 19)


Be part of a groundbreaking public art project that will reimagine Canada in 2017

 
DateTuesday, April 19, 2016 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Email

lmillard@faculty.ocadu.ca; minsooklee@faculty.ocadu.ca

Location

230 Richmond Street West, Room 322 (third floor)

Be part of a groundbreaking public art project that will reimagine Canada in 2017

New Course from the Faculty of Art
Open to Majors and Thesis Students entering fourth-year of study in 2016-17

CROS-S4001 Landmarks: Art + Places brings together educational institutions, curators, artists and students from across the country to engage in a multi-faceted dialogue about Canada resulting in the installation of public artworks in Parks Canada sites and in an online platform. Responding to the themes of five national curators, students will engage with diverse issues such as: concepts of nature, post-colonial issues of nationhood, narratives of identity, community and citizenship, ontologies of landscape and public parks as socio-cultural spaces of collective memory and expressions of power. Drawing upon Indigenous epistemologies that consider, respect and map land acknowledgements, various methodologies will be employed. You can take this course in lieu of your thesis or as an elective. 

When: Starting Winter 2017
Credit Value: 1.0 credit
Instructors: Laura Millard and Min Sook Lee
Registration: By application (for more information email lmillard@faculty.ocadu.ca / minsooklee@faculty.ocadu.ca or attend one of the information sessions below)

Prerequisites one of: CRCP 4002, HUMN 3017, VISA 3023, VISA 4009, VISA 4022, VISM 4010, CRCP 3002, CROS 4006, DIGF 3001, ENVR 3003 or CROS 3001 and 14.0 credits, including all first-year and second-year requirements and/or permission from the instructor.

Information Sessions:
Thursday, April 14, 3 p.m., 230 Richmond Street West, Room 322 (third floor)
Tuesday, April 19, 3 p.m., 230 Richmond Street West, Room 322 (third floor)
Tuesday, April 26, 3 p.m., 230 Richmond Street West, Room 322 (third floor)

DateTuesday, April 19, 2016 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Email

lmillard@faculty.ocadu.ca; minsooklee@faculty.ocadu.ca

Website Location

230 Richmond Street West, Room 322 (third floor)

New Course
Tuesday, April 19, 2016 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Be part of a groundbreaking public art project that will reimagine Canada in 2017

New Course from the Faculty of Art
Open to Majors and Thesis Students entering fourth-year of study in 2016-17

CROS-S4001 Landmarks: Art + Places brings together educational institutions, curators, artists and students from across the country to engage in a multi-faceted dialogue about Canada resulting in the installation of public artworks in Parks Canada sites and in an online platform. Responding to the themes of five national curators, students will engage with diverse issues such as: concepts of nature, post-colonial issues of nationhood, narratives of identity, community and citizenship, ontologies of landscape and public parks as socio-cultural spaces of collective memory and expressions of power. Drawing upon Indigenous epistemologies that consider, respect and map land acknowledgements, various methodologies will be employed. You can take this course in lieu of your thesis or as an elective. 

When: Starting Winter 2017
Credit Value: 1.0 credit
Instructors: Laura Millard and Min Sook Lee
Registration: By application (for more information email lmillard@faculty.ocadu.ca / minsooklee@faculty.ocadu.ca or attend one of the information sessions below)

Prerequisites one of: CRCP 4002, HUMN 3017, VISA 3023, VISA 4009, VISA 4022, VISM 4010, CRCP 3002, CROS 4006, DIGF 3001, ENVR 3003 or CROS 3001 and 14.0 credits, including all first-year and second-year requirements and/or permission from the instructor.

Information Sessions:
Thursday, April 14, 3 p.m., 230 Richmond Street West, Room 322 (third floor)
Tuesday, April 19, 3 p.m., 230 Richmond Street West, Room 322 (third floor)
Tuesday, April 26, 3 p.m., 230 Richmond Street West, Room 322 (third floor)

Venue & Address: 
230 Richmond Street West, Room 322 (third floor)
Email: 
lmillard@faculty.ocadu.ca; minsooklee@faculty.ocadu.ca
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