Welcome to the Indigenous Digital Artistic Hub: relations of care for human and more-than-human be-ings, a multiscalar site of Indigenous imaginings, futurisms, and land-ings that call us into radical relationality.
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The Indigenous Digital Artistic Hub is the first of a three -part series of online research creation hubs curated by Karyn Recollet, featuring international and national Indigenous knowledge holders entitled: “We prepare a space: Conversations, happenings, and arts-based pedagogy.”
The vision for this first iteration is to hold and sustain Indigenous artistic practice in accordance with the creation of radical ethical relationally between ourselves, our more than human kin and lands. Particularly important are the ways in which we hold space for Ishpaadina as a space of water, land relationship and celestial relationality. Join us as we transform New College into a hub of ‘happenings’ though conversation, artistic creation, and art-visim.
These events are free. Registration required.
May 14th, 2020, 4pm: Connecting with our First Family: A virtual studio visit with Nyle Johnston (W.1) http://www.newcollege.utoronto.ca/academics/indigenous-digital-artistic-hub/may-14-connecting-first-family/
May 21st, 2020: Tannis Nielson: “A Pedagogy of Place” – the Simcoe Underpass Mural Project
May 28th, 2020: Naomi Smith (W.1) TBA
June 4th, 2020: Naomi Smith (W.2) TBA
June 11th, 2020: Nazbah Tom (W.1) Decolonization: What does it mean to reclaim our bodies Pt.1
June 18th, 2020: Nazbah Tom (W.2) Decolonization: What does it mean to reclaim our bodies Pt. 2
June 25th, 2020: Connecting with our First Family: A virtual studio visit with Nyle Johnston (W.2)
More to be announced
The Indigenous Artistic Hub is supported by the New College Initiatives Fund and the Jackman Humanities Institute.
May 7th, 2020, 4pm: Talking Treaties in Tkaronto with Ange Loft