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Saturday, October 12 • 9:30am - 10:45am
Arts & Engagement

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Case Studies of Contested Memory as Teachable Moments in the Classroom
Presenter: Ann Galligan
This presentation will explore how the meaning of monuments can change over time and how different media, old and new - can be used as tools of propaganda. Finally, we will discuss how these topics can be used effectively in the classroom in exploring the arts' role in bringing about or inhibiting social justice and inclusion.

Museums That Make Noise: Looking into the Future of the Schubert Club Museum
Presenter: Viola D'Ambrosio
This research explores the roles of music museums in making Western European music accessible to a broader audience as well as including different cultures in the conversation.

Beautiful Scar or Open Wound? On the Call for a Residential Schools National Monument
Presenter: Trina Cooper-Bolam
As Canada prepares to erect a National Residential Schools Monument, I question its redemptive logic and propagandist conventions, arguing for inclusive indigenous artistic interventions that keep the wound open, projecting practices of social justice forward.


Trina Cooper-Bolam

Doctoral Candidate, Cultural Mediations, Carleton University
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Viola D'Ambrosio

Graduate Student Arts and cultural leadership organization, University of Minnesota

Saturday October 12, 2019 9:30am - 10:45am CDT
UNO Performing Arts Center, Room 318

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