Visual Arts Open Lecture Series: Wayne Baerwaldt
The Visual Arts Open Lecture Series presents talks by leading Canadian and international artists, curators, and academics.
Join Meeting For Teas faculty Wayne Baerwaldt, for an in-depth discussion of his projects that trace performative elements in artmaking and who will explore three current projects linked to issues of trauma and resilience.
Biography: Wayne Baerwaldt
Wayne Baerwaldt is a visual arts curator and media producer based in Canada. As a gallery director and curator he has worked at various cultural institutions including Plug In ICA, Winnipeg, Power Plant, Toronto and the Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Calgary. Recent co-curated projects and publications as an independent curator include If I May Digress: Richard Boulet and Collaborators, The Shadow of the Sun: Ross Bleckner and Zachari Logan (with Leah Taylor and Jennifer McGregor), Thierry Marceau: The Great One’s Back for Nuit Blanche Edmonton at the Art Gallery of Alberta and Meeting for Teas: On the Road to Decolonization (with Jennifer Crane, Kimisoo Goodtrack, Bryan Mulvihill, Qiming Sun, Xiao Han and others). He recently guest edited Issue #62 of PUBLIC, The Gender-Diverse Lens, and conducts ongoing research projects as a Michele Sereda Artist in Residence for Socially Engaged Practice at the University of Regina (MAP and Hill/Levine Business Schools). He is a board member of the Hnatyshyn Foundation, Ottawa and is on the Advisory Committee of participant, inc. in New York City.