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In the Indigenous Visual Culture program, you will be inspired to learn from the creative traditions of of First Nations, Métis and Inuit art and design practices. The program includes studio-based courses where you make your own art and design. It also includes studying the visual, cultural, social and political history of Indigenous peoples.
This unique program develops Indigenous and Non-Indigenous students' knowledge of Indigenous cultural and artistic practices, including painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, installation and digital media.
Students in the program receive academic, cultural, social, and wellness support through the Indigenous Visual Culture Student Centre.
Students in the program are creative, innovative and curious and have many different skills and interests. Most have story telling instincts and strong imaginations. Some have drawing and painting ability or dance experience, some are DJs or VJs with an interest in communication. Many have well-developed visual-spatial skills and are interested in screens, games or performance, digital media production or computer programming.
At the end of this four-year program, you will earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
Notes about fees for this course
The fees listed here are approximate, and can vary from course to course. For more pricing information, please check the institution website.
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