Robert Houle - Premises for Self-Rule: Constitution Act

Artist Spotlight is a series of contemporary artist spotlights designed for grades 7 to 12. Each artist spotlight provides information about an artwork, the artist’s biography and an activity students can do from home as well as share online.


Renée van der Avoird, Assistant Curator of Canadian Art and Nadia Abraham, Assistant Interpretive Planner discuss Lawren Harris’ Algoma Country and Robert Houle’s Premises for Self-Rule: Constitution Act, 1982. These two artworks help expand our conversation about land and identity.

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