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4 Corners: NE

4CornersNE

18" x 24"
Acrylic/canvas
2002


>>2022
-Relocated to Prince George.
-Started teaching at the College of New Caledonia.
-Published MemoriŠ artist chapbook.

>>2021
-Completed Ph.D.

>>2020
-Relocated to North Battleford.
-Started working as Senior Gallery Assistant for the Allen Sapp Gallery and Archivist for the City of North Battleford.

>>2019
-Passed the doctoral candidacy examination.
-Gave a lecture series on the history of political caricature.
-Awarded the Doctoral Fellowship (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council) and the President's Prize of Distinction (University of Alberta).
-Completed the Alberta Museum Association's certificate program in museum studies.

>>2018
-Gave talks at the Nothern Rockies Museum of Culture & Heritage in Hinton, Alberta, and at the La Crête Mennonite Heritage Village.
-Wrote an article for the Small Museums Blog.

>>2017
-Presented artwork in the Alberta Gallery of Art's community-based Showcase gallery.
-Unveiled a website for the Alberta Museums Project, presenting research conducted over the previous two years.
-Published an article on John Heartfield in New German Critique.

>>2016
-Presented a paper on Picasso at Creative Connections, a conference hosted by the University of Alberta's Modern Languages and Cultural Studies department.
-Presented research on community-based museums at the Canadian Historical Association meeting in Calgary.
-Taught a lecture course on 20th C. art.

>>2015
-Completed Ph.D. coursework.
-Group exhibit at dc3 Art Projects in Edmonton.
-Presented a paper at the Early Modern Studies Conference at the University of Reading, UK.
-Conducted field research on community-based museums throughout Alberta, and gave presentations to CARMN (Central Alberta Rural Museums Network) and at the University of Alberta (Dept. of Art and Design Celebration of Research).

>>2014
-Started Ph.D. in art history at University of Alberta.
-Research assistant for SSHRC-funded project on community-based museums in Alberta (2-1/2 years).
-Participated in juried member's exhibit at VAAA Gallery, Edmonton.
-Published Historiæ artist chapbook.
-Interviewed for U of A's Curious Arts blog.
-Group exhibit at Intermedia Research Studio, Department of Sociology at U of A.

>>2013
-Group exhibition at The Drawing Room, Edmonton.
-Interviewed for Prairie Seen visual arts blog.
´┐ŻResearch assistant for SSHRC-funded artist project, compiling annotated bibliography.

>>2011
-Enrolled in art history Master's program at University of Alberta.
-Research assistant for Art and Design department at U of A, writing fifteen articles for website (2 years).
-Teaching assistant for four undergraduate art history seminars at U of A (2 years).

>>2009
-Published Subjectivity and Globalisation print-on-demand book.
-Visited Japan for two weeks.
-Visited the Donald Judd Foundation and Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas.

>>2007
-Co-published Christmas Scare-Alls artist chapbook with Roberto Colusso.
-Visited Stuttgart and Kassel to see Documenta 12.

>>2006
-Solo exhibition at Richmond Art Gallery.
-Interviewed for Galleries West online.
-Relocated to Edmonton.
-Published Paris: The City of the Future artist chapbook.

>>2005
-Published a feature article and review in Artichoke magazine.

>>2004
-Published a feature article in Artichoke magazine.

>>2003
-Solo and group exhibitions at 1.6 Gallery in Vancouver.
-Published Annales artist chapbook.
-Published a feature article in Artichoke magazine.

>>2002
-Solo exhibition at 1.6 Gallery in Vancouver.
-Published The Art of Interruption artist chapbook.
-Published a photo essay in poetry magazine Filling Station.

>>2001
-Graduated from MFA at UBC with class exhibition at Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery.
-Participated in 3-person exhibit at Design Arts Gallery, UBC.
-Solo exhibition in the 536 Pocket Gallery, various locations.
-Participated in performance night at 536 Sitespace Gallery, Vancouver.
-Began volunteering as graphic designer for Centre A in Vancouver (2 years).
-Taught a course on colour theory at Vancouver Community College.

>>2000
-Participated in First International Artist Trading Card exhibition at New Gallery in Calgary.
-Solo exhibition at Art is Vital commercial gallery in Calgary.
-Teaching assistant for three sections of Basic Studio Practice at UBC.

>>1999
-Enrolled in MFA program in painting at University of British Columbia.

>>1998
-Began work as a freelance graphic designer in Calgary.

>>1997
-Graduated from BA program at University of Saskatchewan.
-Completed degree requirements and obtained BFA from ACAD.
-Participated in juried Open Exhibition at Mendel Art Gallery in Saskatoon.
-Solo exhibition at Frances Morrison Gallery in Saskatoon.
-Worked as Art Director for Wilderness Films in Calgary.

>>1996
-Participated in Postcard exhibition at ACAD.
-Participated in exchange exhibition at Little Gallery in Calgary.
-Solo exhibition at Snelgrove Gallery in Saskatoon.

>>1995
-Practicum as promotions manager at Village Square Leisure Centre ceramics studio in Calgary.
-Graduated from painting program at Alberta College of Art and Design (ACAD) with class exhibition at Illingworth Kerr Gallery.
-Interviewed for SHAW Calgary community television.
-Began working as a teaching assistant for children and teen's art classes held by the Department of Extensions, University of Saskatchewan.
-Enrolled in BA program in art history at University of Saskatchewan.
-Teaching assistant for introductory drawing at U of S.

>>1994
-Participated in 3-person student exhibition at Marion Nicoll Gallery in Calgary.
-Practicum as gallery assistant at Kensington Fine Art Gallery in Calgary.

>>1991
-Worked as a vacation relief printing press operator at the Alberta Hospital Association.
-Enrolled at Alberta College of Art and Design (then ACA).

>>1989
-Worked part-time as a graphic artist and darkroom technician at U-Print in Edmonton (three years).

>>1981
-Family relocated to Edmonton, Alberta.

>>1973
-Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba.


 

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