CanadARThistories: reimagining the Canadian art history survey
Cavaliere, Elizabeth A.
Smith, Sarah E. K.
Open Art Histories
CanadARThistories, a new online course and its associated open learning objects, addresses growing concerns around inclusion, regionalism, Indigenization, and internationalization in art history curricula, and is conceived as a response to these ideas. The course highlights the rich visual and material culture of this land through a series of entries, written by subject experts, that focus on the artistic contributions of Indigenous and settler makers. It can be further shaped and reshaped to challenge and redistribute the traditional, chronological, and rigid narratives of Canadian art and to encourage learners to be co-constructors of knowledge.
Open access. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) applies
Art history , Art, Canadian--History
Amos, J., Buis, A., Cavaliere, E. A., Kennedy, J., Smith, S. E. K., & Smither, D. (2022). CanadARThistories: Reimagining the Canadian art history survey. Retrieved from https://ecampusontario.pressbooks.pub/canadarthistories/