2021 Indigenous Math K-12 Symposium

Indigenous Math Symposium for 2021 is Virtual

Tuesday May 11 3:30 – 4:30 Beadwork and Mathwork with artist Nico Williams

Tuesday May 18 3:30 – 4:30 Sharing Projects Circles: Indigenous math education: What are we learning?

Registration NOW OPEN: click HERE


Indigenous Math Symposium 2021 Organizing Committee: UBC and UFV Sq’ep

Mathematical and Indigenous Futures: Generational Journeys

May 11 and May 18, 2021 Virtual

Nico Williams

Geometric Glass Beading: Looking to the Past to Innovate the Future

Nico Williams, of the Aamjiwnaang First Nation, works with Japanese glass beads and creates experimental forms using geometric beadwork. His work looks to the past to innovate the future using beadwork to make artistic, political and social statements. https://www.nicowilliams.com/

With Nico we will celebrate our 10th Symposium travelling through mathematical and Indigenous futures.

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2021 Indigenous Math Symposium Draft Agenda available soon

Registration for the 2021 Indigenous Math Symposium is OPEN April 7 2021 at 1:00pm