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COVID-19 Pedagogies: Tools, Content and Strategies Speaker Series Winter 2021

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Speaker Series Winter 2021

COVID-19 Pedagogies: Tools, Content and Strategies

On Teams – All are Welcome!

COVID-19 Anxiety: Location, Refuge and Loss is a 2020-2021 collaborative creation research project led by Dr. Pam Patterson, Assistant Professor, TIS, Faculty of Art, with Daniel Payne, OCAD U Library and Joanna Black, University of Manitoba. It is being funded by an OCAD U Seed Grant, a Canada Council Strategic Initiatives Digital Futures COVID-19 Grant, a University of Manitoba Creative Works Grant and a Manitoba Arts Council (MAC) grant. Researchers have been exploring the generative potential of working in joyful, vulnerable, and committed communities of practice. Accepting anxiety as a given, as inherent in creative making, and during this pandemic, they continue to explore mutually supportive pedagogies among themselves and, this term, with Gallery 1313 and Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto, and with OCADU Art & Design Education Lab and University of Manitoba students. Creating a resource rich environment for learning, they are developing curricular resources and teaching and learning models that are being articulated as research results. These will be shared, with the assistance of Marta Chudolinska (OCADU Learning Zone) and Angie Ma (Undergraduate Research Assistant), on a OCAD Library Libguide for public access.

Our speaker series for this Winter Term is one such resource. Enjoy and share!

Jan 26, 12-1 PM Phil Anderson, Director with artist & WIAprojects curator, Leena Raudvee and Chair BoD, Mikael Sandblom, Gallery 1313 – Going Viral: Gallery Strategies to Engage in/Address Community Issues during COVID-19

Feb 2, 12-1 PM Shiralee Hudson Hill, Museum Planning Consultant and Lecturer, Museum Studies, University of Toronto, Interpretive Planning and Audience Engagement in Museums

Feb 9, 12-1PM Paola Poletto, Director of Engagement and Learning, AGO. AGO: Online Access, Strategies and Learnings

Feb 23, 12-1 PM Susan Fohr, Curator of Education, Textile Museum of Canada. Negotiating COVID-19 and/in New Technologies for Museum Engagement

March 2, 12 -1PM Amy Swartz, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Art, OCADU. Teaching Studio Online: Challenges & Rewards

March 9, 12-1PM Daniel Payne, Curriculum Resources OCAD U Library: Libraries during the COVID-19 crisis: Finding a Place for Research

March 16, 12-1PM Andrea Fatona, Associate Professor, Faculty of Art, OCADU. The State of Blackness: From Production to Presentation 

 

Image credit: Keigo Maekawa. Hidden Consequences. digital painting. 2020.

For The New Miasma, curated by Emily Cadotte, Gallery 1313 & OCAD University