Headdress-Dana, Dana Claxton


Remapping the Campus focuses on contemporary artworks by Indigenous artists on the St. George Campus. Each stop on this walk is an opportunity to reflect and learn about these artworks through conversation and meaning making led by artists, Indigenous leaders, and curators, remapping the campus through Indigenous points of reference. We will visit Simcoe Hall to see acknowledging the land, featuring artworks by Rebecca Belmore, Katherine Takpannie, Catherine Blackburn, Lori Blondeau, Dana Claxton, Caroline Monnet and Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory with Jamie Griffiths. We will have a guided walk-through of Pizandawatc / The One Who Listens / Celui qui écoute Caroline Monnet's exhibition in the Art Museum. Additionally, we will visit the in-progress Ziibiing Indigenous Landscape project, outside of Hart House.

Lunch will be provided after the walk for conversation and reflection. Space is limited to 15.



Art Museum
First Nations House

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  • Date: Fri, Mar 22, 2024
  • Time & Duration: 10:00 am – 11:00 am (EST) (1h)
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  • Venue: St. George Campus
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