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VIVA! Community Arts and Popular Education in the Americas

“The VIVA! Project is a transnational exchange that involved educators and artists from four universities and four NGOs from Panama, Nicaragua, Mexico, the U.S. and Canada in a SSHRC-supported participat...

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Grant Writing: The Basics

"ArtReach education manager Irfan Ali and multi-talented youth advocate/project manager Amber Morley provide a crash course on the basics of grant writing.

Director: Alex Punzalan
M...

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May I have this dance? Teaching performing and transforming in a university-community mixed-ability dance theatre project.

"Doolittle, L. Makoloski, C. Chasse, C. Boyd, P. and Yassi, A. (2016)

“May I have this dance? Teaching performing and transforming in a university-community mixed-ability dance theatre...

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Connecting Social Justice and the Arts

"The Arts for Social Justice initiative integrates arts and social justice in a series of cross-curricular high school workshops that bring educators and artists together into the classroom working wi...

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Resources for Social Justice Education

"An important component of the Arts for Social Justice project is the creation of a teaching tool and resource for pre-service teachers that explores and elucidates how to teach civil liberties and so...

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Social Justice and Drama Education

Social Justice through the lens of drama education.

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Social Justice and Music Education

"Social Justice through the lens of music education."

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Artists in Communities and Schools Projects program

"A webcast about the Artists in Communities and Schools Projects program with Ontario Arts Council Officers, Nas Khan and Christina Akrong and Program Administrator, Philippe Mesly."

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DAREarts Attawapiskat: Walking for Peace

“On National Aboriginal Day, a group of youths from Vezina High School in Attawapiskat First Nation reclaimed their voice by releasing an original music video. Called Walking for Peace, the work addresse...

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Picturing Disability in Contemporary Art: First Friday Lecture by Danielle Fenn and Zana Marie Lutfiyya

By surveying portrayals of disability in contemporary art, Fenn and Lutfiyya will address the intersection of art and disability studies. Tensions exist between how the social sciences and the art world re...

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L'art de l’inclusion / The Art of Inclusion

“Cette exposition collaborative est née d’un partenariat entre les programmes éducatifs et communautaires du Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal, la Fondation Michaëlle Jean et le Centre de recherche...

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Family Photos: Digital Photography as Emancipatory Art Education in Montreal’s Black Community

"This thesis documents a participatory action research project in which I collaborated with a Caribbean-Canadian family of four, to study their experiences of familial art education and photographic p...

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