An Exploration of Cultural Diversity through Art
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Published in 1996, this book is a collection of art accompanied by written commentary, created by a Canadian, cross-cultural group of 8- to 12-year-old students from diverse backgrounds. It was created in an effort to break down stereotypes and foster understanding between groups through work which speaks to identity, culture, and community.
The artistic techniques include photography, collages, drawings, paintings and more, as students share their cultural history, symbols, and values through these mediums.
Littlechild, G. (1996). We are all related. Vancouver, CA: George T. Cunningham Elementary School.
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