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Bachelor Programs in Indigenous Studies 2020/2021 in Ontario in Canada

Indigenous studies may analyze several aspects of indigenous people, past and present, from around the world. Studying the details of these communities enables students to better understand the world from a global perspective.It’s the largest city in Canada, and the education sector has so much thrived in this city. Many universities and colleges have set their centres here to serve the people… Read more

Indigenous studies may analyze several aspects of indigenous people, past and present, from around the world. Studying the details of these communities enables students to better understand the world from a global perspective.

It’s the largest city in Canada, and the education sector has so much thrived in this city. Many universities and colleges have set their centres here to serve the people in terms of higher education is concerned. Offering a convenient environment to students for learning, the city through institutions like University of Toronto has seen many excel in their professional courses.

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OCAD University
Toronto , Canada

In the Indigenous Visual Culture program, you will be inspired to learn from the creative traditions of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit art and design practices. The program i ... +

In the Indigenous Visual Culture program, you will be inspired to learn from the creative traditions of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit art and design practices. The program includes studio-based courses where you make your own art and design. It also includes studying the visual, cultural, social, and political history of Indigenous peoples. This unique program develops Indigenous and Non-Indigenous students’ knowledge of Indigenous cultural and artistic practices, including painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, installation, and digital media. Students in the program receive academic, cultural, social, and wellness support through the Indigenous Visual Culture Student Center. Students in the program are creative, innovative, and curious and have many different skills and interests. Most have storytelling instincts and strong imaginations. Some have a drawing and painting ability or dance experience, some are DJs or VJs with an interest in communication. Many have well-developed visual-spatial skills and are interested in screens, games or performance, digital media production, or computer programming. At the end of this four-year program, you will earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. -
Bachelor
Full-time
4 years
English
Sep 2020
Campus
 

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