Curators on Curating | Kristy Trinier
CURATORS ON CURATING
Monday, March 13, 2017 | 11:30AM - 12:20PM
Charles H. Scott Gallery
Please join the Charles H. Scott Gallery for the latest installment of Curators on Curating with a talk by artist and curator Kristy Trinier.
Kristy Trinier is a Curator at the Art Gallery of Alberta, an artist and culture director based in Edmonton, Canada.
Her studies include a Bachelors degree in Visual Art and English from the University of Victoria, Canada, and a Masters Degree in Public Art from the Dutch Art Institute (DAI, ArtEZ Hogeschool voor de Kunsten) as a Huygens scholar in The Netherlands. She is undertaking PhD studies at Europäische Universität für Interdisziplinäre Studien (European Graduate School).
As a contemporary artist, Kristy works with video, sound, and sculpture installation and has exhibited internationally. She has presented art projects as part of the following institutions: Walter Phillips Gallery, Mediamatic Cultural Institution (NL), Trondheim Kunstmuseum (NOR), photoMiami Art Fair (USA), and Kunsthalle Fridericianum (DE), among others.
Kristy professionally specializes in cultural administration, policy and program development; proposal writing and strategic research for cultural funds development; art direction and consultation. Previously she held a role at The Banff Centre as a Campaign Grant Writer and Researcher, and was the Public Art Director at the Edmonton Arts Council, managing the City of Edmonton’s Public Art Collection and related public art programs.
She is the Secretary of Ociciwan Contemporary Art Collective, a member of MacEwan University Fine Arts Committee and co-producer of Publication Studio Edmonton at 66B.
Curators on Curating is an ongoing series where leading curators discuss their work and the work of others.