Tisser une Étude Axée sur les Arts avec des Communautés Autochtones au Canada et au Chili

  • Cindy Hanson University of Regina

Abstract

Community-based research and learning can never be prescribed. The study entitled “Intergenerational Learning in Indigenous Textile Communities of Practice,” funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, illustrated this point in many ways. Although it was conceived as community-based research, it was not initially regarded as arts-based; this is what it became. Both the data-gathering and research-mobilization methods were arts-based. The study provided meaningful lessons in informal, Indigenous, and intergenerational learning within textile communities of practice of Indigenous beaders and weavers from Canada and Chile.

Author Biography

Cindy Hanson, University of Regina
Associate ProfessorAdult Education UnitFaculty of EducationUniversity of Regina
Published
2018-07-17
How to Cite
Hanson, C. (2018). Tisser une Étude Axée sur les Arts avec des Communautés Autochtones au Canada et au Chili. Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education, 30(2). Retrieved from https://cjsae.library.dal.ca/index.php/cjsae/article/view/5458