Place Narratives: Strengthening Students' Environmental Literacies Through Indigenous Art Education

Guntarik, O and Harwood, A 2016, Place Narratives: Strengthening Students' Environmental Literacies Through Indigenous Art Education, RMIT University, Office of the Dean Learning and Teaching, Australia, Melbourne


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Title of report Place Narratives: Strengthening Students' Environmental Literacies Through Indigenous Art Education
Author(s) Guntarik, O
Harwood, A
Year of publication 2016
Publisher RMIT University, Office of the Dean Learning and Teaching
Place of publication Australia, Melbourne
Subjects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Studies
Abstract/Summary This report describes the outcomes and impacts of a Teaching Fellowship awarded for a Learning and Teaching for Sustainability project in 2015. This project demonstrated Indigenous people's close relationship to their environment, as well as the social and cultural significance of place for Australian history education. We collaborated with artists working across the visual arts, craft, design and new media sector in order to foreground how Indigenous artforms can be drawn on to strengthen RMIT students' environmental literacies.
Commissioning body RMIT University (in partnership with Koorie Heritage Trust, the Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages and Banmirra Arts)
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