TELL US WHAT CANADA, OR WHAT BEING CANADIAN, MEANS TO YOU.
Until July 1st, 2017, studiOCanada will be posting prompts for "Creations" — invitations for you (and your students) to explore relations with Canada.
Funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, studiOCanada is an artistic residency with/in UBC that is utilizing art to provoke new ways of conceptualizing what it means to be Canadian as we approach Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation on July 1st, 2017.
Natalie has been visiting classes at UBC and organizing interventions in & around Scarfe. Look for ways to participate (ongoing until July, 2017).
Spoken word performer and writer, Ivan Coyote visited Professor Carl Leggo's Class in fall 2016 and ...
In the summer, 2016, Theatre Educator, David Beare visited Professor George Belliveau's Class & led the group into an evocative ...
Each "Creation" is an opportunity to express what Canada (or being Canadian) means to you and this website is a platform for sharing your stories with others.
All entries will be featured on our website & select submissions will be included in various 'pop-up' exhibitions throughout the year.
Cosmopolitan studies, the theoretical lens through which this project is based upon, advocates the articulation of difference through democratic dialogue. It appreciates diversity, embraces hybridity and engages with 'otherness' while emphasizing inclusivity.
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