A Workshop Presented by Open Art Histories
November 27th, 2020 11:00am (PST), 12:00pm MST
Facilitated by Jackson Two Bears & Devon Smither,
University of Lethbridge
As Jennifer Wemigwans argues in A Digital Bundle: Protecting and Promoting Indigenous Knowledge Online (2018), the Internet can play a vital role in the transmission of Indigenous Knowledge, at the same time that it can pose risks, ethical questions and challenges as educators shift their teaching online. For those teaching Indigenous art or art history in remote or hybrid courses, the question of how we teach is an especially urgent one. This interactive workshop is a starting point for developing strategies for creating accessible, inclusive, and active remote classrooms that position education as the vehicle for sustaining cultural knowledges.
We ask: How do we teach Indigenous land-based knowledge online? How can online pedagogy enact Indigenous Knowledges? What specific assignments and strategies can we employ to address these concerns?The workshop will be held on Zoom and will use the chat and breakout room features. Participants will also be asked to work collaboratively on a Google Doc. If you have any questions about using these platforms, please let us know by emailing one of the addresses below.
Space is limited, please register by Friday, November 6th, 2020, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Further information will be sent upon registration.