On February 18th at noon ET Skylee-Storm Hogan and I are going to be talking about artwork made by Residential School students and the implications of sharing this artwork today. Our conversation will be moderated by Maddy Bifano.
This webinar was partly inspired by the article Skylee-Storm and I wrote in 2020 for Art Libraries Journal “Creation and Purpose: A Conversation on Art Created by Students at the Shingwauk Residential School,” which was based on some of the artwork held in the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre.
You can checkout the Facebook event or join us via Zoom on the 18th.
A conversational piece I wrote with Skylee-Storm Hogan for the Art Libraries Journal is now available.
This piece asks: What are the ethics behind caring, preserving, and displaying artwork created by Residential School Survivors? By looking at sketches and small handicrafts held by the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre this piece examines the possibilities for caring for this unique type of Indigenous artwork in a culturally appropriate and ethical manner.
Photo by Kyle Glenn on Unsplash