Devon Murphy is the Lead Web Editor at The Banff Centre, where she writes, edits and produces digital stories.
Devyani Saltzman is a Canadian writer and curator with a deep interest in relevant, multidisciplinary, programming at the intersection between art, ideas, and social change.
With the assistance of the TD Canada Trust Music Fellowships in Jazz
Colombian bassist graduated from the Antonio María Valencia Conservatory, (where she received a laureate mention at the degree recital) and the Manuel de Falla Conservatory (Argentina).
Over-stretched urban gal, London-based international personal development and leadership coach/facilitator with history at PLL seeks as many gigs as possible at Banff to breathe deeply and sleep soundly, think bigger and more vividly, move more fl
Diane Borsato has established an international reputation for her social and interventionist practices, performance, video, photography, and sculpture.
Diane Glancy (Cherokee/USA) is a prolific writer, poet, playright and professor emerita at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota where she taught Native American Literature and Creative Writing.
Guest Artist, Visual + Digital Arts
Diane Landry (Quebec City, Canada) is a multidisciplinary artist working across sculpture, installation, performance, and sound.
Diane Ragsdale has recently been appointed Asst. Professor at The New School in New York City and Program Director for its new MA in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship for artists.
Dianne Bos was born in Hamilton, Ontario, received her BFA from Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick, and currently divides her time between the foothills of the Rockies and the Pyrenees. Since 1981, her photographs have been exhi
Sasha first began climbing at 6 years old, in 1998. She has won the World Championships for Female Overall, and has placed Silver in the Bouldering World Championships, as well as Bronze in the Duel.
Sri Lankan-born Dinuk Wijeratne is a JUNO, SOCAN, ECMA, and Masterworks-winning composer, conductor, and pianist, described by The New York Times as “exuberantly creative” and Toronto Star as “an artist who reflects a positive vision of our cultur
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