Indigenous Visual Culture | Bachelor's degree | Art & Design | On Campus | 4 years | OCAD University | Canada
In the Indigenous Visual Culture program, you will be inspired to learn from the creative traditions of of First Nations, Métis and Inuit art and design practices. The program includes studio-based courses where you make your own art and design. It also includes studying the visual, cultural, social and political History of Indigenous peoples. The program prepares students to engage in complex and evolving global discourses in Indigenous history, art history and contemporary art practice across a range of expressions, material and media. It can lead to a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree or an interdisciplinary minor.
The unique curriculum is designed to develop Indigenous and Non-Indigenous students’ critical and aesthetic responses and practical expertise in Indigenous culture and artistic practices. Art and design students are introduced to the fundamentals of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit art and design, located within Canadian and international contexts.
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