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Unsettling Canadian Art History: Materializing Settler Colonialism

As part of Applied Arts Scotland’s Old Stories, New Narratives online symposium, Professor Erin Morton, featured speaker of the Dr. Sandra Alfoldy Craft Institute at NSCAD, will deliver an illustrated talk entitled, “Unsettling Canadian Art History: Materializing Settler Colonialism.”

September 30, 2021 at 10:45 a.m. (ADT).

Professor Morton’s talk is the first to be sponsored by NSCAD’s Alfoldy Craft Institute, and will close a week of films, online discussions, workshops and studio visits. This online festival explores identity, collaboration and sustainability in the practices of makers.

Register free of charge here.

NSCAD faculty and alum (Rebecca Hannon, Mengnan Qu, Jennifer Green, and Kiersten Holden-Ada) are also presenting outcomes at the festival as part of their two-year exchange with Scottish makers and the SHIFT Nova Scotia/Scotland project.