Indigenous Art, Protocols And Practices Key Concept Research Lecture
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Lecture Notes for students in 1213QCA Indigenous Art, Protocols & Practices at Qld College of Art - Griffith University. Delivered on 18 & 19th August, 2009 at Gold Coast & Southbank Campuses.......

Lecture Notes for students in 1213QCA Indigenous Art, Protocols & Practices at Qld College of Art - Griffith University. Delivered on 18 & 19th August, 2009 at Gold Coast & Southbank Campuses. Students are required to work in groups on a Creative Project (their major assessment item). They are required to address an "inequity or injustice" in one of the broad Key Concept areas, producing a presentation, poster & t-shirt.

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  • 1. Key Concept 1 Research Leesa Watego August 2009
  • 2. creativePROJECT 1. Research 2. Ownership 3. Copyright 4. Collaboration 5. Intellectual Property 1. Presentation; 2. Poster; & 3. T-Shirt. Choose a key concept To produce a -
  • 3. creativePROJECT 1. Research 2. Ownership 3. Copyright 4. Collaboration 5. Intellectual Property 1. Presentation; 2. Poster; & 3. T-Shirt. Choose a key concept To produce a - about what?
  • 4. - an area or question of INQUIRY
  • 5. RESEARCH
  • 6. - in this context RESEARCH is seeing knowing doing looking knowledge power
  • 7. VIDEO seeing doing looking power knowing knowledge
  • 8. - what you see is just the tip of the iceberg
  • 9. looking (Lanier's 9 Filters) A B C D E F G H I
  • 10. seeing doing looking power knowing knowledge
  • 11. - a thinking activity on a piece of paper, answer these two questions - how do you know what you know about Aboriginal art - what is the source of that knowledge?
  • 12. seeing doing looking power knowing knowledge
  • 13. - power of research why is it important to have an awareness of our own ways of seeing?
  • 14. - the role of critical theory in your research and art practice
  • 15. - critical theory challenges accepted truths/norms; challenges privilege & power; liberation/democratisation; there is no one truth/no absolutes
  • 16. - critical theory asks you to consider that there is no truth; not everything can be known; what you know depends on where you're sitting (race, gender, sexuality, age, class, language etc )
  • 17. - some possible lines of INQUIRY a personal journey? a political journey?
  • 18. - suggested sources of learning Sara Ahmed Kevin Gilbert Paolo Freire Ghassan Hage Martin Nakata Karen Martin Aileen Moreton-Robinson proppaNOW Edward Said Linda Smith explore the writings of
  • 19. Cary, R. (1998) Critical Art Pedagogy: Foundations for Postmodern Art Education . Garland Publishing Inc. New York. Lanier, V (1982) The Arts We See: A simplified introduction to the visual arts . Teachers College: Columbia University: New York. The Awareness Test http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ahg6qcgoay4 References Used Created 18 August 2009 For more information please contact me http://www.google.com/profiles/lwatego or lwatego@gmail.com International Journal of Critical Indigenous Studies http://www.isrn.qut.edu.au/publications/internationaljournal/ Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association (including ejournal) http://www.acrawsa.org.au/index.html Recommended Reading