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Teaching position- Complementary – Arts of Canada’s First Nations

Enseignement, Professeur de collège
Contractuel, Part-time

Job description

Complementary – Arts of Canada’s Firsts Nations (360-BFA-DW) 45 h EN
What is contemporary Native Art? How did Native Art develop in Canada and who are its pioneers and figureheads? How to comprehend and appreciate First Nations contemporary artworks? From shamanic art to Norval Morrisseau, from the Woodland School of Art to the development of Inuit sculpture in the Great North, from Bill Reid to art revitalization on the West Coast via the recent emergence of several independent First Nation artists, the course opens a perspective on the main artists and artistic currents that have influenced the evolution of Native Art in Canada. It will give students the key to understand, describe and comment the artworks of First Nation artists in their historical, cultural and political contexts.

Required experience and qualifications

– Bachelor’s degree in human sciences
– A graduate degree is an asset.
– Five (5) years of experience with a clientele with adjustment difficulties.
– Good knowledge of the First Nations environment, either because they are part of it or because they have worked there.
– Excellent oral and written skills in English.
For beginning First Nations teachers, a mentoring program is in place to train the next generation of teachers.

Job posting period

Until 2023-06-30 at 18:09

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Resource person

Daliane Turcotte-Guimond