Canadian Women Artists in the Modern Moment
A monument to the talent of Canadian women artists in the interwar period, Uninvited: Canadian Women Artists in the Modern Moment provides a full and diverse cross-country survey of the art made by women during this pivotal time, incorporating the work of both settler and Indigenous visual artists in a stirring affirmation of the female creative voice.
About this Author
Sarah Milroy is Chief Curator of McMichael Canadian Art Collection. Formerly, she served as editor and publisher of Canadian Art magazine (1991--96) and as chief art critic of The Globe and Mail (2001--11). Katerina Atanassova is the Senior Curator of Canadian Art at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Her recent projects include the international touring exhibition Canada and Impressionism: New Horizons (2019) and Morrice: The A.K. Prakash Collection in Trust to the Nation (2018). Past exhibitions include William Berczy: Man of Enlightenment (2004), F.H. Varley: Portraits into the Light (2006), and Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven (2011), which she curated with Ian A.C. Dejardin and Anna Hudson. Jocelyn Anderson is an art historian whose recent research focuses on art and the British Empire, particularly art in Canada in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Her work on images of the British Empire has been published in British Art Studies and the Oxford Art Journal, and she is also the author of the forthcoming William Brymner: Life and Work for Art Canada Institute. She holds a PhD from the University of London (Courtauld Institute of Art). Kristina Huneault is Professor of Art History at Concordia University, Montreal, and a founder of the Canadian Women Artists History Initiative. Together with Janice Anderson she edited the first book of scholarly essays on Canadian women artists: Rethinking Professionalism: Women and Art in Canada (2012). Most recently, she is the author of I'm Not Myself at All: Women, Art and Subjectivity in Canada (2018). Anna Hudson is Professor of Canadian and Indigenous art at York University, Toronto. Currently, she is a York Research Chair leading Mobilizing Inuit Cultural Heritage--a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada research-creation collaboration aimed at recovering, preserving, documenting, facilitating, and disseminating Inuit knowledge, culture, and creativity. Maureen Matthews is the Curator of Cultural Anthropology at the Manitoba Museum, Winnipeg, where her exhibit We Are All Treaty People, developed in collaboration with Manitoba First Nations Elders, won a national award for exhibit excellence. Before joining the museum, Matthews worked at CBC Radio, and her current museum anthropology practice brings the voices of Anishinaabeg, Anihshininiwak, and Ininiwak peoples into the museum. Her recent book, Naamiwan's Drum: The Story of a Contested Repatriation of Anishinaabe Artefacts, won the 2017 Alexander Kennedy Isbister Award for Non-Fiction at the Manitoba Book Awards. Christina Williamson has an MA in Public History from Carleton University, Ottawa, and a BA from the University of Alberta, Edmonton. She is a PhD candidate in Cultural Mediations at Carleton University, where she is completing her dissertation on the history of Inuit women's labour and sewing in Arviat, Nunavut. Currently, Williamson is a Research Associate at the Métis Archives Project at the University of Alberta, where she is undertaking a study of Métis economic activities in Western Canada. Georgiana Uhlyarik is Fredrik S. Eaton Curator, Canadian Art, and co-lead of the Indigenous + Canadian Art Department at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. She co-curated Tunirrusiangit: Kenojuak Ashevak and Tim Pitsiulak (2018); the J.S. McLean Centre for Indigenous + Canadian Art (2018); Introducing Suzy Lake (2014); and The Passion of Kathleen Munn (2011), and was a contributing curator and writer on Georgia O'Keeffe with Tate Modern (2017) and Florine Stettheimer with Jewish Museum, New York (2017). She is adjunct faculty at York University, Toronto, and the University of Toronto, and research associate, Modern Literature and Culture, Ryerson University, Toronto.
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