As part of the exhibition Witnesses: Art and Canada’s Indian Residential Schools at the UBC Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, artist Cathy Busby’s WE ARE SORRY 2013 is on view at the UBC Walter C. Koerner Library. This exhibition is a collaboration between the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery and the Walter C. […]
On Sept 12, UBC Librarians, Library staff, and students from the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies Program are learning about and discussing the roles of library and information workers with the TRC.
Students in LIBR 569A will tools in Blackboard Connect to reflect on problem-based scenarios that illustrate the disconnect between accepted library and archival practice and respectful engagements with Indigenous peoples and cultures. Course content will also introduce students to a range of technologies and how their use meets the needs of or conflicts with contemporary […]
In preparation for the West Coast National Event of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Vancouver from September 18-21, the UBC Statistics Department, the UBC Mathematics Department and the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences (PIMS) have organized an introductory seminar for students, faculty, and staff. This seminar will present a meaningful introduction to the […]
Event: Reconsidering Reconciliation is a month-long artist residency held at the Centre for innovation in Culture and the Arts in Canada (CiCAC) at Thompson River University, Kamloops, from July 15-Aug15, 2013. The resultant exhibition runs from Aug 15 – Sept 15 at the TRU Art Gallery. More information including photographs, articles, videos, and other forms […]
Witnesses: Art and Canada’s Indian Residential Schools September 6 to December 1, 2013 Presented at the UBC Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery Curated by Scott Watson, Keith Wallace, Charlotte Townsend-Gault, Dana Claxton, Geoffrey Carr, Shelly Rosenblum, Tarah Hogue (Curatorial Intern). Witnesses: Art and Canada’s Indian Residential Schools will feature artists who have produced work […]
Working with Residential School history can be very stressful. If you encounter distress, resources are available. Please click here to learn more or call 1-866-925-4419 to access the Indian Residential Schools Crisis Line.