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Arts-Based Education in BC Residential Schools

This exhibit, the first phase of "the story is more than itself," consists of correspondence, literary works, illustrations, newspaper articles, and magazine reviews from between 1939 and 1941. Taken together, these materials provide a brief glimpse into the work and life-stories of three individuals—Alice Ravenhill, Anthony Walsh, and Noel Stewart—who coordinated their efforts to promote the artistic abilities of Indigenous children enrolled in Indian Residential and Day Schools in British Columbia.

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