a map for this place critically approaches educational systems, and what it means to learn and teach in non-institutionalized ways. This spans across topics of mentorship and storytelling, erasure within educational spaces, learning or teaching through embodied practices, and how to unlearn institutionalized educational structures. The exhibit explores seven artists' perspectives and experiences navigating these spaces.
An Education guide is a document compiled for each exhibit that includes information on the exhibit, curator, artist(s), art work and its meaning, topics, readings & articles, and resources.
These guides are helpful and are used by both faculty and students as they provide valuable information in a concise form.
NOTE: A large number of the further readings and the resources in each guide are sources gathered from Humber Library and can be found there.
Black, Anthea; Chherawala, Shamina. Handbook: Supporting Queer and Trans Students in Art and Design Education. Queer Publishing Project & OCAD University Publications Program, 2018.
Hval, Jenny. The Dreamers is Everyone in Her Dream. The Long Sleep EP. Sacred Bones Records, 2018.
Mercer, Kobena. Black Hair/ Style Politics. Vol. No.3. Pp. 33-54. New Formations, 1987.
McCoy, Kate; Tuck, Eve and McKenzie, Marcia. Land Education: Rethinking pedagogies of place from Indigenous, postcolonial, and decolonizing perspective. London: Routledge, 2016.
Rudin, Jonathan. Indigenous People and the Criminal Justice System: A Practitioner’s Handbook. Emond Publishing, 2018
Scarry, Elaine. The Body In Pain: The Making and Unmaking of the World. New York: Oxford University Press, 1987.
Seery, Aidan; Dunne, Éamonn. The Pedagogics of Unlearning. Punctum Books, 2016.