Visual Arts Open Lecture: Crystal Mowry

Crystal Mowry portrait.

Image courtesy the artist.

The Visual Arts Lecture Series presents talks by leading Canadian and international artists, curators and academics. Join Crystal Mowry, faculty for the Banff Artist in Residence Late Winter program, for this talk.  


Crystal Mowry

Crystal Mowry is Senior Curator at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery where her exhibitions  include The Limits (2011); Imitation of Life (2015); The Brain is wider than the Sky (2018); and I’ll be your Mirror (2018). She has curated solo projects with artists such as Janice Kerbel, Joseph Tisiga, and Maggie Groat. In 2011 she received an Ontario Association of Art Galleries Exhibition of the Year Award for Ernest Daetwyler: Barn Raising [Reality in Reverse]. In 2013 she co-curated Romancing the Anthropocene, situated in Toronto’s financial district for Nuit Blanche. Her recent publications include Still Move: Brendan Fernandes (Black Dog Publishing, 2017), on the performance and installation work of Brendan Fernandes. She regularly participates on advisory panels and industry juries, most notably for the Sobey Art Award (2015) and the RBC Canadian Painting Competition (2018).