Artist Biographies

  • John Armstrong graduated from Mount Allison University with a B.F.A and then graduated with an M.A from the Chelsea School of Art in London, England. In 2002, Armstrong formed a lasting collaboration with artist Paul Collins. Both artists...
  • Alfonso Arzápalo developed a special interest in public space as part of his artistic practice after receiving his architecture diploma in 2001. He has created a variety of urban interventions in Mexico and overseas. He questions our...
  • Pansee Atta is an activist, artist, and academic currently working towards an MA in Cultural Studies at Queen’s University. Her work examines themes of migration, anti-racism, and decolonization. www.panseeatta.com
  • Dorothy Berry, Erica Berechree, Antonella Calvano, Nicholas Capaldo, Boris Cipusev, Scott Ferguson, Ruth Howard, Kate Knight, Adrian Lazarro, Wayne Marnell, Christopher Mason, Graham McBride, Cameron Noble, Jodie Noble, Nhan Nguyen, Daniel...
  • As a Cree Métis Visual Artist, Jason Baerg aims to push new boundaries in digital interventions in drawing, painting and installation. He has presented at such international art events as the International Symposium of the Electronic Arts...
  • Khadija baker is a multi-disciplinary artist of Kurdish – Syrian descent living in Montreal. Her installations investigate social and political themes centered on the uncertainty of home as it relates to persecution, identity, displacement...
  • Interdisciplinary and performance artist Cindy Baker is passionate about gender culture, queer theory, fat activism and art theory. Baker considers context her primary medium, working with whatever materials are needed to allow her to...
  • Griffith Aaron Baker is a visual artist working in a variety of mediums, defined by post-consumed materials, in conjunction with metaphysical and environmental principles. His practice tends to manifest as monumental sculptures and...
  • Barbara Balfour is an interdisciplinary and print media artist/curator who has exhibited her works nationally and internationally. She is a professor at York University. Her recent solo exhibits include Soft Spots (Southern Alberta Art...
  • Mary Balomenos was born in Vancouver and lives and works in Paris since 1980.

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