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Résumé


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JUDY CHARTRAND judychartrand@gmail.com

EDUCATION:

2003

Masters of Fine Arts, University of Regina, Regina, SK

1998

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design, Vancouver, BC

1996

Undergraduate Exchange Study, Institute of American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, NM

1994

Langara College, Fine Arts Program, Vancouver, BC

ADDITIONAL TRAINING:

2004

Mold making & Template Turning, Masterline Molds, Brampton, On

2003

Mentorship with Twyla Wheeler, Caribou/Moose Hair Tufting - Carmacks, YK

Indigenous Media Arts Program, IMAGeNation, Video In - Vancouver, BC

2002

Sessional - 3D Design, Saskatchewan Indian Federated College , Regina, SK

Visual Arts Slide Library , University of Regina, Regina, SK

2001

Sessional - 3D Design, Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, Regina, SK

Visual Arts Slide Library, University of Regina, Regina, SK

Teacher's Assistant - Ceramics, University of Regina, Regina, SK

JURIES:

2017

Panel Member, Canada 150+ Murals, Vancouver, BC

2007

Panel Member , Arts Partners, Vancouver, BC

2006

VADA Juror , Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC

2003

Visual Arts Awards Juror, BC Arts Council, Victoria, BC

CURATORIAL AND CO-ORDINATION EXPERIENCE:

2004-2005

Coordinator for 2005 IMAGeNation Aboriginal Film & Video Festival, Vancouver, BC

1998

Here and Now - First Peoples Perspectives - 1964 - 1997, Inaugural First Nations Alumni Exhibition at Emily Carr's Concourse Gallery

1997

New Visions, New Voices First Nation Student Exhibition at Emily Carr's Concourse Gallery

First Nations Awareness Day Event featuring presentations by Robert Davidson, Laura Wee Lay Laq, Joanne Cardinal-Schubert and James Luna

1995

First Nations Student Exhibition at Emily Carr's Concourse Gallery

Inaugural First Nations Awareness Day Event featuring presentations by George Littlechild, Teresa Marshall, Mary Longman, and Loretta Todd

Inaugural First Nations Student Exhibition - Makers of Things - ECIAD's Concourse Gallery

AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS:

2011

Visual Arts Grant, BC Arts Council

2006

Visual Arts Grant, BC Arts Council

2005

First Place - 3D, Red Cloud Indian Art Show

2004

Hornikel Award, Red Cloud Indian Art Show

Third Place - 3D, Red Cloud Indian Art Show

Professional Arts Development Award, BC Arts Council

Scholarship for Mold-making Workshop, National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation

2003

Visual Arts Production/Creation Grant,Canada Council for the Arts

VADA,Contemporary Art Gallery

2002

Graduate Scholarship, University of Regina FGSR

Graduate Scholarship, University of Regina FGSR

Honorable Mention, Joliet Junior College -Ceramics 2002

2001

First Place - 3D, Red Cloud Indian Art Show

Hornikel Award, Red Cloud Indian Art Show

Graduate Scholarship TA,University of Regina FGSR

2000

Graduate Scholarship, University of Regina FGSR

Hornikel Award, Red Cloud Indian Art Show

Visual Arts Grant, BC Arts Council

Scholarship for MFA Program, National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation

1999

Aboriginal Arts Development Award, First Peoples Cultural Foundation

Power’s Award,Red Cloud Indian Art Show

1998

Third Place - 3D, Red Cloud Indian Art Show

1996

The Thunderbird Foundation Scholarship, Red Cloud Indian Art Show

Purchase for school's collection, Red Cloud Indian Art Show

Scholarship for Trip to New York, National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation

ECIAD Bursary, Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design

President's Honor List, Institute of American Indian Arts

National Dean's List, Institute of American Indian Arts

1995

The Elsie Boone Memorial Award, Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design

Jillian Blatchford Fuller Bursary, Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design

ECIAD Bursary, Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design

Scholarship for Exchange Program, National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation

1994

Scholarship for Private Training, National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation

1993

Honorable Mention 1st Year Sculpture, Langara College

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017

Givin Back in 2017, Gallery Weekend, San Francisco, California

Judy Chartrand, Macaulay & Co. Fine Art, 25th Annual Outsider Art Fair, New York City, NY

2016

Métis Soup, Macaulay & Co. Fine Art, Vancouver BC

Judy Chartrand: What a Wonderful World, Bill Reid Gallery, Vancouver BC

2013

Judy Chartrand: 1999 – 2013, AKA Artist Run Centre, Saskatoon, SK

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017

BC to BC, A Survey of Contemporary Ceramics from Baja California to British Columbia, San Diego Art Institute, San Diego, CA.

extratextual , Contemporary Calgary, Calgary, AB

2015

Chaos, The Rennie Collection at Wing Sang, Vancouver, BC

2010

Cherished Things, Love Saskatchewan Festival at Harbour Front, Toronto, ON

Cherished Things, Saskatoon Exhibition, Saskatoon, SK

2008

Honouring Tradition: Reframing Native Art, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB

Changing Hands 2 (touring group exhibition), Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ

2007

Changing Hands 2 (touring group exhibition), Weisman Art Museum, U of M, Minneapolis, MN

Changing Hands 2 (touring group exhibition), Anchorage Museum of History & Art, Anchorage, AK

Changing Hands 2 (touring group exhibition), Philbrook Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK

2006

Changing Hands 2 (touring group exhibition), Naples Museum of Art, Naples, FL

Changing Hands 2 (touring group exhibition), Eiteljorg Museum of Americans Indians, Indianapolis, IN

Lost & Found, Access Gallery & Powell Street Festival, Van. BC

Changing Hands 2 (touring group exhibition), Institute of American Indian Arts Museum, Santa Fe, NM

Two Worlds, Grunt Gallery, Vancouver, BC

From the North: Canadian Ceramics Today, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

2005

Art Auction: Popism, The Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC

Changing Hands 2 (touring group exhibition), Museum of Art & Design, NY, New York

Red Cloud Indian Art Show, Pine Ridge, SD

30,000 +, Charles H Scott Gallery, Vancouver, BC

2004

First Nations Now, Burnaby Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC

Juried Two Person Exhibition: Two/Many Tribulations, Grunt Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC

Solo Exhibition, Britannia Library, Vancouver, BC

Indian Unquote, Roundhouse Community Centre

Experimental Video Works:”White Vista Estates”, IMAGeNATION Film Festival, Vancouver, BC

Juried Group Exhibition: Hot Clay, Surrey Art Gallery, Surrey, BC

2003

Canada’s Digital Collection (online exhibition), Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON

Other Space: 6 degrees of exploration, Rosemont Art Gallery, Regina, SK

2002

Art Auction: The John Henry Fineday Fund, The Exchange – Fundraiser, Regina, SK

The Red Cloud Collection, Carnegie Arts Centre, Covington, KY

Art Auction, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC

MFA Graduation Exhibition: Hangover Soup, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK

Red Cloud Indian Art Show, Pine Ridge, SD

Juried Exhibition: Ceramics 2002, Joliet Junior College – Ceramics 2002, Joliet, Ill.

2001

Ceramics, 1000 Miles Apart, Red Deer, AB

Emergence, House of First Voices Cultural Centre, Victoria, BC

Red Cloud Indian Art Show, Pine Ridge, SD

PUBLICATIONS, REVIEWS:

December 2016 (The Potters' Guild of British Columbia, Amy Gogarty) Judy Chartrand: What a Wonderful World

December 1, 2016 (Phare-Ouest) Les oeuvres de la céramiste Judy Chartrand sont à l'honneur dans une exposition solo What a Wonderful World, présentée à la Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art

Mckenna, Cara. Metro Indigenous Stories. Feb 10, 2017, “Cree artist makes pointed statement about racism in Vancouver exhibit.”

Wenjie Shen //Art, Culture // Volume 16, Issue 31 - November 22–December 6, 2016, “Artist explores race relations through ceramics.

Georgia Straight. November, 2016, “Judy Chartrand: What a Wonderful World uses everything from ceramic soup cans to cereal boxes to take on racism and colonialism.”

September, 2007, Utopic Impulses: Critical Research In Contemporary Practices ed. Ruth Chambers, Amy Gogarty, and Mireille Perron

Wallin, Rose. Anchorage Press, Feature Story, Vol 16, Ed, 28, Thursday, July 12, 2007. “Painted Bravery: Contemporary Native artwork redefines tradition.”

Henning, Sarah. Anchorage Daily News, May 20, 2007, “Beyond tradition: Selections from ‘Changing Hands’ exhibit: Native Artists challenge expectations in touring exhibit of contemporary works.

Kumar, Ritu. The Ubyssey Magazine, January 28, 2005, “Small-scale Sculptures.”

Boulanger, Annie. BurnabyNow, November 1, 2004, “History comes to the BAG.”

Duke, David Gordon. Vancouver Sun, March 2, 2004, “Both Sides of BC’s Ceramic Tradition: Two dissimilar shows trace the influence of Bernard Leach.”

Georgia Straight. Vol 38 Number 1887 Feb 19-26, 2004, “Ceramic Art Holds More Than Water.”

Hot Clay: Sixteen West Coast Ceramic Artists - Surrey Art Gallery, Exhibition Catalogue, 2004

Mathieu. Paul. (2003) Sex Pots: Eroticism in Ceramics, Rutgers University Press: Piscataway, NJ (image manipulated and published w/o permission)

The Prairie Dog. Feb/March 2003, “Art By Six”

OTHER space: 6 degrees of exploration - Rosemont Art Gallery, Exhibition Catalogue, 2003

Monday Magazine Issue 2 Vol. 28, January 10-16, 2002, “Birch Bark Biting & Moose Nose Soup”

Art Is All Over: 75th Anniversary of the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, 2001

Malcolm Perry, Town Talk, Vancouver Sun, October 21, 1997 “Two Tales Wagging”