Responding to Art/Design in/with Community: Diversity and Action with Catherine Campbell


Responding to Art/Design in/with Community: Diversity and Action with Catherine Campbell

 
DateMonday, November 23, 2015 - 10:00pm to 11:00pm

Location

OCADU- 100 McCaul, Room 554, Toronto

Responding to Art/Design in/with Community: Diversity and Action with Catherine Campbell, Education Officer, AGO, Program Facilitator, Montgomery’s Inn & Artist-in-Residence Greenest City Project & Britt Welter-Nolan, Director of Public Programmes, Myseum of Toronto and former Managing Director of Artistic Projects, Gladstone Hotel, Toronto.
Catherine Campbell is a multi-disciplinary artist and educator. She has a BFA from OCAD University in Criticism and Curatorial Practices and a MES (Masters of Environmental Studies) from York University with a certificate in Environmental Education. She currently works for the AGO as an arts educator and for Montgomery’s Inn and Greenest City as a curator and community facilitator.
Britt Welter-Nolan is Director of Public Programmes, Myseum of Toronto. She has an extensive background in original content development, curation, participatory design, interpretive strategy, experience design, curriculum development, web based learning, public programming and event planning. She has been an independent curator and art/design educator for a number of years and in such positions as Managing Director of Art, Gladstone, Acting Managing Director - ROM Contemporary Culture and Family Programs and Arts Access Coordinator - AGO.
******* Thanks to the Faculty of Art for supporting this presentation.

DateMonday, November 23, 2015 - 10:00pm to 11:00pm

Website Location

OCADU- 100 McCaul, Room 554, Toronto

photographic portrait
Monday, November 23, 2015 - 10:00pm to 11:00pm

Responding to Art/Design in/with Community: Diversity and Action with Catherine Campbell, Education Officer, AGO, Program Facilitator, Montgomery’s Inn & Artist-in-Residence Greenest City Project & Britt Welter-Nolan, Director of Public Programmes, Myseum of Toronto and former Managing Director of Artistic Projects, Gladstone Hotel, Toronto.
Catherine Campbell is a multi-disciplinary artist and educator. She has a BFA from OCAD University in Criticism and Curatorial Practices and a MES (Masters of Environmental Studies) from York University with a certificate in Environmental Education. She currently works for the AGO as an arts educator and for Montgomery’s Inn and Greenest City as a curator and community facilitator.
Britt Welter-Nolan is Director of Public Programmes, Myseum of Toronto. She has an extensive background in original content development, curation, participatory design, interpretive strategy, experience design, curriculum development, web based learning, public programming and event planning. She has been an independent curator and art/design educator for a number of years and in such positions as Managing Director of Art, Gladstone, Acting Managing Director - ROM Contemporary Culture and Family Programs and Arts Access Coordinator - AGO.
******* Thanks to the Faculty of Art for supporting this presentation.

Venue & Address: 
OCADU- 100 McCaul, Room 554, Toronto
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