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Art School

There is an exten­sive his­tory of artists mak­ing art­work in the con­text of their uni­ver­sity class­room, of incor­po­rat­ing meth­ods of teach­ing as an artis­tic prac­tice, and of col­lab­o­rat­ing with stu­dents to real­ize works of art. For exam­ple, Joseph Beuys who was influ­enced by edu­ca­tor Rudolf Steiner, was known to develop his course on the spot […]

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Outdoor School

OUTDOOR SCHOOL is a unique multi-disciplinary and expe­ri­en­tial course where stu­dents will par­tic­i­pate in activ­i­ties that exam­ine recent devel­op­ments in con­tem­po­rary art, includ­ing social prac­tices, site-specific inter­ven­tions, and the use of ephemeral live mate­ri­als includ­ing plants. The course is taught by Diane Bor­sato at the Uni­ver­sity of Guelph, Canada.

Art School

Pedro Lasch Art/World/Disaster (Image includes Saba Sadar's "The Loom," a collaboration with Yousef Allahverlizadeh confronting the ongoing crisis of Syrian refugees in Lebanon and the wider region), 2013-ongoing

Image Resources

The gal­leries in this sec­tion ref­er­ence con­tem­po­rary art works related to the res­i­den­cies, and can be used as cur­ric­u­lar ref­er­ences for edu­ca­tors, artists, and reserachers.

Image Resources

Upside Down and Backwards

Residencies

What would it mean to con­cep­tu­al­ize the “class­room as a work of art?” Explor­ing this poten­tial, a series of res­i­den­cies were cre­ated in var­i­ous edu­ca­tional sites.

Residencies

the living archive

The Living Archive

A series of inter­views about art, ped­a­gogy, and knowing.

The Living Archive

Annette Krauss

Documenting Secrets

Han­nah Jick­ling and Helen Reed inter­view Annette Krauss Last year, Helen and Han­nah intro­duced the idea of a ‘covert cur­ricu­lum’ to a group of pre-service teach­ers at the Ontario Insti­tute for Stud­ies in Edu­ca­tion, in order to shape a dis­cus­sion about the expec­ta­tions, val­ues, and behav­iours that are unof­fi­cially learned in edu­ca­tional con­texts. This led […]

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Practising Deleuze and Guattari's "Deterritorialization" on  O'Donnell Point

12 Mile Bay Research-Creation Residency

Researchers from the Ped­a­gog­i­cal Impulse sojourned on 12 Mile Bay, Geor­gian Bay for a research-creation and read­ing residency.

Events

FEAR

Doing Horizontal Work in Vertical Structures

Helen Reed and Han­nah Jick­ling in con­ver­sa­tion with Loree Lawrence, Syrus Mar­cus Ware and Pamila Matharu.

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Evening Chimes

The Most Intellectual Audience

Han­nah Jick­ling inter­views Finnish cura­tor Henna Paunu.

The Living Archive