Indigenous art proposal selected by Faculty of Law – Queen’s Gazette

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Indigenous art proposal selected by Faculty of Law – Queen’s Gazette

by ahnationtalk on May 25, 2018453 Views

May 23, 2018

Visitors to the Faculty of Law building this fall will see a unique Indigenous art installation.

“Words that are lasting,” an artwork by Montréal (Tiohtià:ke) visual artist Hannah Claus, has been selected as the winning entry in the Indigenous Art Commission competition held by the Queen’s Faculty of Law.

This goal of the initiative is to introduce Indigenous art into the Gowling WLG Atrium of the Faculty of Law, and is an important element of the law school’s multifaceted response to the Calls to Action of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

“This art installation will beautifully represent Indigenous legal traditions and reflect part of the commitment of Queen’s Law to respond to the calls to action in the Truth and Reconciliation Report,” says Bill Flanagan, Dean of the Faculty of Law and chair of the commission.

Read More: http://www.queensu.ca/gazette/stories/indigenous-art-proposal-selected-faculty-law

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