The Sitdown: How Education Helped My Art Evolve
Canadian artist Karalyn Reuben discusses her approach to Indigenous Art. The Sitdown series gathers different guests to discuss a wide range of topics and ideas.
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Indigenous, first nations, fanshawe, culture, heritage, canada, art, Karalyn Reuben, indigenous art
Arts and Humanities | Canadian History | Cultural History | Education | Fine Arts | Indigenous Education | Indigenous Studies | Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies
Johns, Anthony, "The Sitdown: How Education Helped My Art Evolve" (2020). The Sitdown. 28.