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PKI Teaching Guide

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7.

Ask each student to think of a cause that he or she would like to associate with and

think of the kind of artworks or media campaigns they could create to promote that cause.

8.

Find examples of artwork which has been made to persuade people or influence their

thinking.

9.

Have student’s consider Bono’s involvement in the Make Poverty History campaign

(http://www.makepovertyhistory.org/). Research more about the work of George Catlin and his mission to help First Nations people (http://catlinclassroom.si.edu/cl.html). Are there any

parallels between the two? What are the differences?

7. Scene from documentary – WESTERN DISCOVERIES I

This excerpt has Kane moving through the Pacific Northwest and into Fort Vancouver where he experiences a diversity of cultures.

8. Scene from documentary – ARTIFACTS & FIELD SKETCHES

This scene sets up Kane’s fascination with the detail and beauty of the items worn and used by the First Nations and Métis people he encounters on his Western wanderings.

8a. – Video - Artifact Collection

This video details the significance of the artifacts Kane collected on his journey.

Concepts:

  • artifact

  • historical accuracy

  • primary sources

  • secondary sources

  • ethnography

  • cultural identity

  • cultural appropriation

  • repatriation

Learning Objectives:

  • examine ways that knowledge of the cultural traditions of First Nations and Métis

people can come from artifacts

From Field to Studio: The art of Paul Kane

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