Māori educators at summer intensive

Māori educators at summer intensive

The UBCO Summer Indigenous Intensive is pleased to host world-renowned Māori educators and critical thinkers Linda Tuhiwai Smith and Graham Hingangaroa Smith. As authors and university academics, both Linda and Graham have been forceful influences both on Māori education within Aotearoa/New Zealand and on Indigenous and progressive educational practices globally. Both will…

July 26 Keynote: 1:30 pm Graham Hingangaroa Smith

July 26 Keynote: 1:30 pm Graham Hingangaroa Smith

Keynote address: 12 noon, Wednesday, July 26, University Theatre (ADM026) Academic Work as Transforming Praxis: From Discourse to Enactment (Show me the blisters on your hands!) This presentation will critically examine an indigenous example of ongoing struggle to transform the social, cultural and economic condition of persistent, high and disproportionate…

Keynote: 12 noon, July 26: Linda Tuhiwai Smith

Keynote: 12 noon, July 26: Linda Tuhiwai Smith

The intellectual project of Decolonising and Kaupapa Māori methodologies; reporting from new research Linda Tuhiwai Smith This paper starts with a reminder of the big picture ideas and challenges of Decolonising Methodologies and Kaupapa Māori research and theory and then moves into the discussion of my current research projects. The…

Indigenous Tattoo School

Indigenous Tattoo School

Maori artist Pip Hartley demonstrates traditional tattoo technique on fellow mentor Nahaan at the UBCO Summer Indigenous Intensive Indigenous Tattoo School, facilitated by Earthline Tattoo Collective (Jordan Bennett, Dion Kaszas, Amy Malbeuf)

Land, Land, Forever: Annie Ross exhibition

Land, Land, Forever: Annie Ross exhibition

Closing Event  • Friday July 21, 2017 @ 6-9pm • Studio 111 LAND, LAND, FOREVER (RELATIVE, RELATIONSHIP, REMEDIATION) paintings by annie ross from O’Kinadas Kelowna (Grizzly Bear Walk) Please bring a personal haiku, about your research and creation, to share aloud. Relative: all living Beings are related to all living…

2017 Summer Indigenous Intensive: UBC-Okanagan

This year’s UBC Okanagan Summer Indigenous Art Intensive will be held during July, 2017, and will feature a series of world-renowned speakers, a variety of related undergraduate and graduate credit courses, and a group of resident artists.

• Description of Summer Indigenous Art Intensive Program
• Description of Undergraduate and graduate courses offered this summer in Theatre, Visual Arts, Creative Writing, Indigenous Studies. All courses are open to all UBC students and will also be available to visiting students.

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In addition to our resident artists, we are hosting two senior Indigenous artists: James Luna has  an exhibition running from July 7-21 at the Alternator Gallery, and presented a performance on July 9 (location TBA), as well as conducting a Master Class in Indigenous performance from July 10-12; Alex Janvier will be visiting from July 13 to 28 and will be painting in the FINA Gallery (UBCO campus, Creative and Critical Studies Building), where he will present his work at the end of the residency.

The keynote talks will all be held every Wednesday starting at 12 noon PST at the University Theatre (ADM026) and will be live streamed below. The keynotes include artists and theorists France Trépanier and Chris Creighton Kelly (Vancouver Island), Monika Kin Gagnon (Montreal), Jeannette Armstrong (Okanagan), Shawn Wilson (Australia), and Linda Tuhiwai Smith and Graham Hingangaroa Smith (New Zealand). All keynote talks will be livestreamed, and subsequently published in a monograph format.

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Māori educators at summer intensive

The UBCO Summer Indigenous Intensive is pleased to host world-renowned Māori educators and critical thinkers Linda Tuhiwai Smith and Graham Hingangaroa Smith. As authors and university academics, both Linda and Graham have been forceful influences both on Māori education within Aotearoa/New Zealand and on Indigenous and progressive educational practices globally. Both will…

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