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Learning from the Land: A conversation on protocols and Indigenous public art
- Date Updated: December 2020
This session was presented as part of Future Cities Canada: #UnexpectedSolutions.
Dr. Dylan Robinson, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts; Candice Hopkins, Senior Curator, Toronto Biennial of Art; Bonnie Devine, Associate Professor Emerita, Founding Chair Indigenous Visual Culture Program, OCAD University; Catherine Tammaro, Wyandot Artist and Spotted Turtle Clan FaithKeeper; and David Garneau, Professor – Visual Arts
Against the backdrop of Toronto’s Year of Public Art 2021, and ongoing land-based art and policy projects in Toronto’s Lower Don River, this panel discussion convenes Indigenous artists and curators from Toronto and across Canada to discuss the need for Indigenous-led protocols for creating public art on the territory of others. In this webinar, Candice Hopkins, Dylan Robinson, Bonnie Devine, Catherine Tammaro and David Garneau share their insights and experiences on ways of approaching land-based practices and around the establishment of protocols for Indigenous public art.