Katheryn Wabegijig


EDUCATION


2013-2016 Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Bachelor of Fine Arts degree

Major in Drawing and Painting, Minor in Indigenous Visual Culture


2000-2003 Cambrian College, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

Diploma of Applied Arts

Creative and Visual Arts - Fine Arts (4 years)


SELECTED EXHIBITIONS & PUBLIC DISPLAYS


2017-2018 From Here to There: Then and Now - Art in the Tunnels, Ottawa, Ontario

2017 Anishnaabeg: Art and Power, Royal Ontario Museum,

June 17-November 19, Toronto

https://www.rom.on.ca/en/exhibitions-galleries/exhibitions/anishinaabeg-art-power

2016 OCADU Grad Exhibition, Toronto

2015 Play/Pause Collaborative Project, Indigenous Visual Culture, OCAD University

2015 We Wish We Caught This Rabbit For You, 26, Toronto

2015  re:GENERATION, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto

2015 Perspectives, OCAD University, Toronto

2015 Re:Activate Symposium, OCAD University, Toronto

2004 Brother and Sister Art Show, Sudbury Art Council Arts Space

2003 Contrast in Unity, Black Cat Too, Sudbury

2003 Station House Gallery & Arts Centre, Echo Bay



COLLECTIONS


Royal Ontario Museum

Copper Cliff Museum



GRANTS & MENTORSHIPS


2015 Neighborhood Arts Network, RBC Access Fund - Fellow Mentee of Grant

awarded to Dana Prieto

2016 Carnívora, Lisa Myers & Neighborhood Arts Network



CURATORIAL PROJECTS


2015 We Wish We Caught This Rabbit For You, 26

2004 Brother and Sister Art Show, Sudbury Art Council Arts Space, Sudbury

2003 Contrast in Unity, Black Cat Too, Sudbury




ARTIST CONSULT


2017 Garden River First Nation PowWow Committee

2016 Mino-waawiinjigaadeg G’miingowewzinaanin Maadookiidaa

G’dinaadziwininaahn

Celebrating Our Gifts Sharing Our Culture, Garden River First Nation



PRESS & PUBLICATIONS


2017 On This Red Path, by Katheryn Wabegijig, The Unpublished City, Toronto

LitUp, IFOA (International Festival of Authors), Toronto (Book Launch June

22, 2017)

2016 Interview OCAD University

http://www2.ocadu.ca/news/interview-with-katheryn-wabegijig-2016-graduate

2004 In the Sudbury Arts Council Arts Space, Sudbury Arts Council Directions,

January/February 2004, Volume 9, Issue 5

2003 Cambrian Graduates to Exhibit Art at Black Cat Too, Sudbury Arts Council

Directions, September/October 2003, Volume 8, Issue 11



RELATED WORK  EXPERIENCE


2017-2018 Indigenous Student Recruiter,  Admissions & Recruitment and Indigenous Visual Culture at OCAD University

2017 Promotions Assistant, Garden River Bingo Enterprises

2005-2016 Custom Picture Framer, Michaels of Canada and Picture It Framed





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