The Gail and Stephen A. Jarislowsky Institute for Studies in Canadian Art
invite you to An Afternoon at the Institute:
Growing Canadian Art Histories
Wednesday, 29 March, 4:00 – 5:30pm EDT
Free to Attend & Open to the Public
A panel of educators, curators, art historians, and theorists will reflect on the development of Canadian art histories, in terms of their experiences, expectations, and projections into the future-present of our changing field.
Gentiane Bélanger, Director-Curator, Foreman Art Gallery, Bishop’s University.
Elizabeth A. Cavaliere, Instructor, OCAD University.
Mark A. Cheetham, Professor, Department of Art History, University of Toronto.
Tammer El-Sheikh, Assistant Professor, Visual Art & Art History, School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design, York University.
Cynthia Imogen Hammond, Professor, Department of Art History, Concordia University.
Cathy Mattes, Associate Professor, History of Art, University of Winnipeg.
Gwendolyn Owens, Director of Curatorial Affairs, Visual Arts Collection, McGill University.
Erin Silver, Assistant Professor; Critical and Curatorial Studies Graduate Adviser, Department of Art History, Visual Art & Theory, University of British Columbia.
Carla Taunton, Associate Professor, Division of Art History and Contemporary Culture, NSCAD University.
The session will be moderated by co-editor Shannon Stride.
Background: The Gail and Stephen A. Jarislowsky Institute for Studies in Canadian Art has embarked on a series of online guides intended to provide useful information to anyone interested in the rich resources available for teachers and students of Canadian art history, art education, curatorial studies, and material culture. Guide to Studying the Visual Arts in Canada is the first in the series. Drawing on contributions from teachers and librarians from across Canada, this compendium is co-edited by Shannon Stride (MA, Art History, Concordia University) and Loren Lerner (Professor Emerita, Department of Art History, Distinguished Fellow of the Gail and Stephen A. Jarislowsky Institute for Canadian Art, and first Fine Arts Librarian, Concordia University).
Mark your calendars and sit tight! Registration instructions coming soon.
The Guide will be made available when the registration email is sent.