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b. 1991 in Omàmiwininìwag

Territory/Ottawa, ON, Canada

 

 

EDUCATION

2016 Bachelor of Fine Arts

Minor in Communications Studies

University of Ottawa

 

 

SOLO AND DUO EXHIBITIONS

2019 I Came Back and Things were Different

City Hall Art Gallery

Ottawa, ON

2018 Le Salon

Articule

Montréal, QC

2018 Warp

Studio Sixty Six

Ottawa, ON

​2017 New Works

Quelque Chose

Ottawa, ON

2016 In the Beginning

Studio Sixty Six

Ottawa, ON

 

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018 Foundations/Futures

Studio Sixty Six

Ottawa, ON  

           

2017 Verse by RAW Artists

Saint Brigid's Centre for the Arts

Ottawa, ON

2017 ARTiculations

Studio Sixty Six

Ottawa, ON           

 

2015 University of Ottawa Visual Arts Program

Annual Graduation Exhibition

Ottawa, ON

2015 Fresh Paint/New Constructions

Galerie Art Mûr

Montréal, QC             

 

GRANTS AND AWARDS

2019 Visual Artists Creation Project

Ontario Arts Council

2019 Exhibition Assistance

Ontario Arts Council

2018 Exhibition Assistance

Ontario Arts Council 

2015 Edmund & Isobel Ryan Visual Arts Scholarship

First Prize in Painting

University of Ottawa

 

 

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES

2019 City of Ottawa Equity and Inclusion Committee

Arts Funding Program

Member

2018 Common Ground Collective

Founding member

2016 Portfolio Preparation

Tutor 

2014 Dreams and Spaces in Between

A short film by John Graham

Assistant director/producer

2014 Various exhibitions

SAW Gallery

Volunteer assistant technician 

PUBLICATIONS & PRESS

2019 I Came Back and Things were Different

Exhibition Catalogue with interpretive text by Rose Ekins

2019 I Came Back and Things were Different

Exhibition feature on Apt613 by Livia Belcea

2018 Keeping Painting Contemporary

Inserting New Perspectives in an “Old” Medium

Text by Ariane Fairlie, Articule online

2015 Fresh Paint/New Constructions

Exhibition Catalogue, Galérie Art Mûr (Montréal)

2015 Fresh Paint/New Constructions

Exhibition Overview, Text by Anaïs Castro, Galérie Art Mûr (Montréal)