Carleton University Art Gallery CUAG

Student Success

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  • Emily Antler
  • At CUAG: Worked as the collections assistant in the summer of 2009
  • Now: Copyright officer, National Gallery of Canada
  • Marielle Aylen
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Making Faces: Canadian Portraiture Between the Wars (1996)
  • Now: Part-time lecturer, Department of Visual Arts, Western University, London
  • Rebecca Basciano
  • At CUAG: Worked as a graduate practicum student and graduate research assistant (2012-13)
  • Now: Curatorial Assistant, Ottawa Art Gallery
  • Margaret Bennetto
  • At CUAG: Co-curated her first exhibition, Formline Modern: The George and Joanne MacDonald Collection of Northwest Coast Graphic Art (2014)
  • Now: Policy Analyst, Canadian Heritage
  • Julie Bevan
  • At CUAG: Co-curated her first exhibition, The Art of Activism: Carole Conde and Karl Beveridge (2003)
  • Now: Executive Director, Nanaimo Art Gallery
  • Alicia Boutilier
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Four Women Who Painted in the 1930s and 1940s (1999)
  • Now: Curator of Canadian Historical Art, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston
  • Amy Bruce
  • At CUAG: Co-curated her first exhibition, Formline Modern: The MacDonald Collection (2014)
  • Now: Exhibition Assistant, Content Distribution, Library and Archives Canada
  • Jennifer Cartwright
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Song and Dance in Inuit Art (1997)
  • Now: Cartwright Appraisals, with clients including the Canada Council Art Bank, National Gallery of Canada, and Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
  • Katie Cholette
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Gridlocked: Explorations of the Grid by Duncan de Kergommeaux (1999)
  • Now: Archivist, Governance and Political Archives, Library and Archives Canada
  • Ellen Cunningham
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, A Category in Question: Native Art from the Permanent Collection (1999)
  • Now: Gallery and Collection Manager, McMullen Gallery, Friends of University of Alberta Hospitals
  • Mary-Louise Davis
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Inuit Piqutingit/What Belongs to Inuit: Videos and Films by Igloolik Isuma Productions (2009)
  • Now: French immersion teacher, Brandon, Manitoba
  • Annette de Stecher
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, The Past is Present: Memory and Continuity in the Tyler/Brooks Collection of Inuit Art (2013)
  • Now: SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow, Universite Laval; Assistant Professor of Art History, Native Americanist, Department of Art and Art History, Colorado University
  • Brian Donnelly
  • At CUAG: Curated his first exhibition, Graphic Design in Canada Since 1945 (1996)
  • Now: Professor, Faculty of Animation, Arts and Design, Sheridan College
  • Nancy Duff
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Poetic Visions: The Tyler/Brooks Collection of Inuit Art (2003)
  • Now: Supervisor, Audio-Visual Resource Centre, School for Studies in Art and Culture, Carleton University
  • Robert Evans
  • At CUAG: Curated his first exhibition, Lorraine Gilbert: Portraits from the New Forest (2001)
  • Now: Independent scholar; Content Management and Interpretation, Origin Studios, Ottawa
  • Adrienne Foster
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Eros and Endearment: The Look of Love in 18th-Century French Prints (2010)
  • Now: Director, Strategy and Corporate Planning, Destination Canada
  • Leanne Gaudet
  • At CUAG: Co-curated her first exhibition, Formline Modern: The MacDonald Collection (2014)
  • Now: Exhibition Assistant, Content Distribution, Library and Archives Canada
  • Manon Gaudet
  • At CUAG: Graduate Research Assistant (2015-16)
  • Now: Graduate Intern, J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
  • Jennifer Gibson
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Qiviuq: A Legend in Art (1995)
  • Now: Director/Curator, Gallery 1C03, University of Winnipeg
  • Linda Grussani
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Inuit Myths of the Sea and Sky: The Tyler/Brooks Collection of Inuit Art (2000)
  • Now: Curator, Aboriginal Art, Canadian Museum of History
  • Catherine Hale
  • At CUAG: Curated her second exhibition, Conversation Pieces: African Textiles from Barbara and Bill McCann’s Collection (2011)
  • Now: Curator, Creative Campus Galleries, Sheridan College
  • Lauren Henry
  • At CUAG: Worked as a front desk monitor
  • Now: Coordinator, Cookie Logistics, Girl Guides of Canada
  • Kyle Huth
  • At CUAG: Worked as the collections assistant in the summer of 2012
  • Now: Chairman, Ottawa Chapter, Canadian Aviation Historical Society
  • Heather Igloliorte
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Drawn Together: Cape Dorset Graphic Artists (2005)
  • Now: Assistant Professor, Aboriginal Art History, Concordia University
  • Sonya Jones
  • At CUAG: Worked as a front desk monitor
  • Now: Assistant Curator/Curator of the Thomas Bouckley Collection, Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa
  • Andrew Kear
  • At CUAG: Curated his first exhibition, Moving Targets: Redrawing the Boundaries of Portraiture (2004)
  • Now: Curator, Canadian Historical Art, Winnipeg Art Gallery
  • Kwende Kefentse
  • At CUAG: Worked as a front desk monitor
  • Now: Cultural Planner, City of Ottawa
  • Andrea Kunard
  • At CUAG: Worked as a graduate research assistant
  • Now: Associate Curator, Photographs, National Gallery of Canada
  • Katy Laird
  • At CUAG: Co-curated her first exhibition, Black Against White: John J. A. Murphy, Master of the Modern Wood Engraving (2008)
  • Now: Manager, Membership & Development, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto
  • Christine Lalonde
  • At CUAG: Co-curated her first exhibition, Patiently I Sing: Selections from the Tyler/Brooks Collection of Inuit Art (1994)
  • Now: Associate Curator of Indigenous Art, National Gallery of Canada
  • Claudette Lauzon
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Motherlines: Works on Paper by Ann Beam (2003)
  • Now: Associate Dean, Ontario College of Art and Design University, Toronto
  • Genevieve Landreville
  • At CUAG: Worked as a front desk monitor
  • Now: Program Officer, Visual Arts, Canada Council for the Arts
  • Zoe MacNeil
  • At CUAG: Student representative on the CUAG Advisory Board (2012-14)
  • Now: Executive Liaison, Ottawa Art Gallery
  • Nancy McCarthy
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Myth and History: Prints from the Collection (2005)
  • Now: Curator of Collections, City of Ottawa Museums
  • Nicole Neufeld
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Intersections: Photographs of the City (2007)
  • Now: Director of Public Programs, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery
  • Crystal Parsons
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, From Within – Materials and Forms of Inuit Sculpture (2004)
  • Now: Information Manager, Canadian Border Services Agency
  • Diane Pellicone
  • At CUAG: Graduate practicum student (Art critic in residence) (2013)
  • Now: Project Assistant, Royal Ontario Museum
  • John Potvin
  • At CUAG: Curated his first exhibition, Provocation to Conversation: The Lithography of Otis Tamasauskas, 1984-1997 (2001)
  • Now: Associate Professor, Art History, Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University
  • Kristyn Rolanty
  • At CUAG: Co-curated her first exhibition, Formline Modern: The George and Joanne MacDonald Collection of Northwest Coast Graphic Art (2014)
  • Now: Associate Registrar, Vancouver Art Gallery
  • Christine Sadler
  • At CUAG: Worked as a front desk monitor
  • Now: Chief, Exhibitions Management, National Gallery of Canada
  • Laura Schneider
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Not a Trivial Pursuit: Hunting in Inuit Art (2008)
  • Now: Executive Director and Curator, The Reach, Abbotsford, BC
  • Danielle Siemensr
  • At CUAG: Graduate student representative, CUAG Advisory Board (2015-16)
  • Now: Curatorial Intern, Photographs, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
  • Danuta Sierhuis
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, The 3rd Carleton Community Art Exhibition (2014)
  • Now: Curatorial Assistant, National Gallery of Canada
  • Natalie Spagnol
  • At CUAG: Worked as a front desk monitor
  • Now: Administrative and Curatorial Assistant, Ryerson Image Centre
  • Rhiannon Vogl
  • At CUAG: Curated her first exhibition, Woman Imprinted: The Work of Cecil Buller (2005)
  • Now: Associate Curator of Contemporary Art, National Gallery of Canada
  • Curtis Wolfe
  • At CUAG: Co-curated his first exhibition, Black Against White: John J. A. Murphy, Master of the Modern Wood Engraving (2008)
  • Now: Analyst, Officer of the Director General, Library and Archives Canada