FAH452H1: Contemporary Indigenous Art in Canada and the United States

Hours

24S

This course focuses on Indigenous artists working both within and outside of contemporary art spaces in Canada and the United States, through a study of key exhibitions and movements in the Indigenous arts community from 1984 to the present. From the Columbus Quincentennial in 1992 and its echoes in the "Canada 150" celebrations, to artists working from the front lines of land protection movements, we will explore ideas of nationalism, inclusion, intervention, and 'decolonization' of the gallery.

Prerequisite
3.0 credits at the 300-level
Distribution Requirements
Humanities
Breadth Requirements
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)