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A study in the objects from Cronenberg's films.
Collection: The David Cronenberg Collection
Creator: The Toronto International Film Festival
Defined by a series of 47 locks and two dozen dams, the Rideau Canal connects Kingston to the Ottawa River, a distance of more than 200 kilometres.
Collection: Canada’s Got Treasures - National Capital Commission
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
A look at early Victoria from when the Carr family arrived in 1863 until 1910 through the eyes of a young Emily Carr, as well as a glance back to its start as a Hudson’s Bay Fort in 1843.
Collection: Emily Carr: In Her Own Words
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Emily Carr’s trip to Sitka, Alaska in 1907 where she painted the totem poles of the Tlinget people – the beginning of her connection and mutual affection with First Nations people and their culture.
Collection: Emily Carr: In Her Own Words
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
This case study looks at a Canadian architecture firm that designed a high-rise building to withstand severe earthquakes in Mexico City.
Collection: Connecting the World Through Canadian Design
Creator: Design Exchange
Students will use free software (Google Sketchup) and resources from the “Magnificent Rocks” virtual exhibition to design their own virtual natural history museum.
Collection: Magnificent Rocks
Creator: New Brunswick Museum
Students are to match each quote to one of the images shown below – and then are encouraged to find other Carr works that could fit the quotes from the other reference sites listed.
Collection: Emily Carr: In Her Own Words
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Students are encouraged to take their favourite tools and venture outside to work ‘en plein air’ – to capture an appealing landscape in one sitting without overworking it.
Collection: Emily Carr: In Her Own Words
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
Students are to verbally describe a subject before sketching or painting, to ‘word’ what they see, in order to explore the idea in a different and deeper way.
Collection: Emily Carr: In Her Own Words
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
The suggested project is to encourage students to explore their dreams and images that come to mind and to follow their hunches.
Collection: Emily Carr: In Her Own Words
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
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