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Created by the Kinship Rising Collective, the Fearless Sisters Rising mural honours the fearless, healing medicine of Indigenous bodies and land relations. Completed in 2018, Fearless Sisters Rising was collectively envisioned and painted over several months by a group of BIPOC young people, students and mentors. The design and project were conceptualized by lead artists Brianna Bear and Nicole Neidhardt. Visit UVic to view this remarkable piece--the mural is located in the main staircase of McPherson Library between the third and fourth floors.
This library guide highlights resources held by UVic Libraries on the topic of art education
with a particular focus on research and theory.
For teaching resources related to art education in K-12 contexts please consult the library guide
Education - Lesson Plans - Art
For Fine Arts resources more generally please consult the Fine Arts Librarian, Christine Walde, and his library guides:
Your best source of information for an introduction to research in art education is your instructor or supervisor.
Ask them for their recommendations of useful introductory resources.
Let me know if you have recommendations for additional resources to be listed on this guide.
Close up of 'The Crystal Garden Banner' by Carole Sabiston, Curriculum Library, UVic Libraries
Photo credit: C. Nahachewsky, 2014
A number of scholars in UVic's Faculty of Education focus on art education research.