Tunic

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In this Learning Collection, the objects made from barter materials strongly reflect the XIXth and early XXth centuries.
Contemporary objects were manufactured in the mid to late XXth century and are representations of modern artistic expression using both traditional and contemporary materials.

Publisher: Government of Canada, Department of Canadian Heritage, Canadian Heritage Information Network

Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network

Date created: 2009-03-20 08:59:14

Date modified: 2013-10-16 03:51:46

URL: http://www.rcip-chin.gc.ca/

Contributor(s): Musée de la civilisation (Québec), the Royal Ontario Museum (Toronto), and the Canadian Heritage Information Network (Ottawa).

Age Range:  

Grade 6: 10,11 years

Grade 7 (secondaire 1): 11,12 years

Grade 8 (secondaire 2): 12,13 years

Grade 9 (secondaire 3): 13,14 years

Grade 10 (secondaire 4): 14,15 years

Grade 11 (secondaire 5): 15,16 years

Grade 12 (CEGEP): 16,17 years

1st yr. University (CEGEP): 17,18 years

Subjects:  

  • Arts
    • Visual Arts
  • Social Studies
    • Anthropology
    • Canadian History

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