C School is an initiative aimed at extending C Magazine's mandate to advance education in contemporary visual art and culture. C School offers an educational copies program where educators can order C Magazine for use in the classroom free of charge, as well as study guides and related research material in conjunction with each issue theme, beginning with issue 104. These resources are available here for download. C School also presents public programming and events related to each issue's theme, taking C Magazine into the classroom and beyond.
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resources concerning the theme of Collections
including Anna-Sophie Springer's essay Volumes: The Book as Exhibition
and Steve Lyons's essay Ivan Moudov's Museum in Fragments
resources concerning the theme of Participation
including Vesna Krstich's essay Push and Pull: How to Make a 'Happening' Classroom
and Leah Modigliani's essay The Vancouver Occupations of 1971
resources concerning the theme of Men
including Kerry Manders's essay Everything But the Boy: Chris Ironside's Mr. Long Weekend
and Ann Marie Peña's interview with Yinka Shonibare, MBE; A Terrible Beauty: Politics, Sex and the Decline of Empires
resources concerning the theme of Memory
including Michelle Kasprzak's essay Buses, Babies, Temporary Tattoos: Social Media and Art Collide
and Chloé Roubert's Reflecting Absence or When Social Networks Memorialize
resources concerning the theme of Exhibition Practices
including Philip Monk's essay Some like it Haute: The General Idea Retrospective at the Art Gallery of Ontario
and Caroline Seck Langill's "Me Calling HimHim Calling Me" Tom Sherman's Recent Video Work
resources concerning the theme of Libraries
including David Senior's essay The Whole Earth Library
and Randy Lee Cutler's A Practice in Reading
resources concerning the theme of Food
including Mark Clintberg's essay Hungry Eyes: Feasting on Food Photography from elBulli and Beyond
and Pandora Syperek's Reliquary Confections: Interview with Fiona Kinsella
resources concerning the theme of Knowledge
including Jen Kennedy's School's In: Contemporary Art and the Educational Turn
and Stephanie Springgay's essay Summerhill, Revised: Learning In/As Marginalia
on Helen Reed and Hannah Jickling centrefold project.
resources concerning the theme of Money
including Richard Ibghy & Marilou Lemmens' Economies of Faith
, and Marina Roy's essay Holy Shit,
on Abbas Akhavan's centrefold project.
resources concerning the theme of Animals
, including "Karen Houle's Infinite, Indifferent Kinship
and Gentiane Belanger's Of Fauna and Manufactured Derivatives: Bill Burns and the Lucrative Didactics of Environmental Stewardship
resources concerning the theme of The Supernatural
including Jennifer Fisher's Psychometry and the Affective Artifact
and Lynn Crosbie's Get On Up! Michael Jackson Is Alive and, Well—
resources concerning the theme of Sports
including Elizabeth Matheson and Emelie Chhangur's The Beautiful Game: Art and Sport in the Work of Humberto Vélez
and Ray Cronin's Graeme Patterson: The Grappler
resources concerning the theme of
including Jen Hutton's God and the 'Gaze': A Visual Reading of Lady Gaga
and Emily Roysdon's Ecstatic Resistance