Northwest Coast Indigenous Arts and Colonization
Formerly: HA 384
Investigation of NWC indigenous artists' creative responses to colonization, 1700 to present. Explores vital roles of art in opposing cultural oppression and empowering cultural survival. Content may include artists' responses to colonizers, development of new art forms due to trade and tourist markets, persecution of potlatches and artistic expression, case studies of artists' resistance to oppression; contemporary artists; and arts in relation to current threats to lands and cultures.
- Credit will be granted for only one of AHVS 384, HA 384.