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Bachelor's Degree Programs

Indigenous Fine Arts

Culture is the heart and soul of a nation. The history of the First Nations and Inuit peoples of North and South America is hundreds of thousands of years old and was recorded through arts and languages. The Department of Indigenous Fine Arts teaches not only the history of Indigenous art but also modern art and technique.

Sample Courses

  • Traditional Indigenous Art
  • Two-Dimensional Design
  • Explorations in Indigenous Studio Practice
  • Pre-Columbian Art in North America
  • Indigenous Art and the 20th Century

Career Opportunities

Graduates work as:

  • Artists
  • Art critics
  • Art historians
  • Art instructors
  • Curators
  • Conservationists
  • Art appraisers

First Nations University of Canada website:

https://www.fnuniv.ca/academic/undergraduate-programs/indigenous-communication-fine-arts/

 

Quick Facts

Degree Type: Bachelor of Fine Arts (Indigenous Art) Bachelor of Arts (Indigenous Art) Bachelor of Arts (Three-year Special for students wishing to complete a combined BEd Arts Education/BA Indigenous Art degree)
Length: BA, BFA: 4 years BA/BEd combined: 3 years
Location: First Nations University of Canada
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