Barbara Meneley


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2017 . Branscombe House Artist-in-Residence, Richmond BC

2018 / 19. Contact, Neutral Ground Gallery, Regina SK

 

education

2015 . PhD. Cultural Studies, Queen's University

2009 . MFA . Visual Arts: Intermedia, University of Regina

1995-99 . Visual Arts . Emily Carr University

1994 . BA . Communication, Simon Fraser University

 

selected exhibitions

Unmapping the Last Best West, Modern Fuel Gallery, Kingston ON. Jan. 2 - Feb. 18, 2017.

Unmapping the Last Best West, in MakeComox Valley Art Gallery, Courtenay BC. July 12 - Sept. 17, 2016.

Unmapping the Last Best West, Plain Red Art Gallery, Regina SK. Mar. 11 - Apr. 22, 2016

Prairie History Redux, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina SK. Oct. 18, 2015 - Feb. 18, 2016.

Unmapping Assiniboia, in "Indian Fine Arts Faculty Show," First Nations University of Canada Gallery, Regina SK. Mar. 4 - Apr. 11, 2014.

Landmarks, at Fieldwork, Maberly ON. May-June, 2012.

The Whispering City, in "Natural Forms," Neutral Ground Gallery, Regina SK. Sept. 10 - Oct.30, 2010.

We Breathe Together, in "Create the Situation," Portland OR / Winnipeg MB. Online Exhibition 2009 -. http://createthesituation.tumblr.com/

The Idea Behind, MFA Solo Exhibition, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina SK. Nov. 22 - Dec .8, 2008.

Motion Mapping, in "Satellite Festivals (Be Longing)," Provflux V, Providence RI. Aug. 7 - 11, 2008.

In This Place, in "Infinite Exchange Gallery," 01SJ, San Jose CA. June 6, 2008.

Ice Room, in "Fire & Ice," Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina SK. Feb., 2007.

Yes, in "Open Engagement," University of Regina, Regina SK. Oct., 2007.

The Line-Up Utility Kit, in "Infinite Exchange Gallery," Nuit Blanche, Toronto ON.

Garage Dreams, in "The Garage Show," Regina SK. Sept. 8, 2007.

Reality, in "Real Estate: Ceremonies of Possession," Art Gallery of Regina, SK. Sept. 4 - Oct. 13, 2007.

Have One, University of Regina Public Sculpture, Regina SK. Sept. 2007 - Aug. 2008.

City Blocks, with Jennifer Delos Reyes, in "Fire & Ice," Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina SK. Feb., 2006.

House, in "Wood," at Two Rivers Art Gallery, Prince George BC. Mar. 31 - June 23, 2006.

Fence, in "Track," Wayward Girls, Downtown Eastside, Vancouver BC. June 18, 2005.

Wind Gate, in "Hive: SWARM," Blue Cobalt Studio Gallery, Vancouver BC. Apr. 16 - May 23, 2005.

And I Looked Up and Saw the Wire, in "Closet," Good Shepherd Center, Seattle WA. June 18 -19, 2004.

Bumbershimmer, at "Bumbershoot Festival," Seattle WA. 2001-04.

My Culture Has, in "Artropolis," Vanouver BC, Spring, 2001.

 

selected screenings

Keeping the Tower, Mediatheque: Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina SK. Sept. 5 - Nov. 14, 2015

Leaf Forever, at Sled Island Festival, Glenbow Museum Theatre, Calgary AB. June 19, 2014.

Keeping the Tower, in "Media X," Gallery West / White Water Gallery, Toronto / North Bay ON. Nov. 9, 2013 / Feb. 14, 2014.

Shelter, in "Open Engagement 2010," Portland State University, Portland OR. May 13-18, 2010.

I Have a Secret (2007) screenings:

- 2012 . East West: AKA, Saskatoon SK

- 2012 . Square Pegs V: Modern Fuel, Kingston ON

- 2011 . Red Rover: Emmedia, Calgary AB / Paved Arts, Saskatoon SK

- 2010 . WIFT-T Reception @ TIFF, Toronto ON

- 2009 . Toronto Urban Film Festival, Toronto ON

- 2007 . One Minute Film & Video Festival, Toronto ON

Hello Neighbour, in One Minute Film & Video Festival, Toronto ON, 2003

 

selected performances

Unsettling, Agnes Etherington Gallery, Kingston ON, Sept. 25, 2015; Fifth Parallel Gallery, Regina S,. May 17, 2015.

Unofficial Apology, in "SHIFT: Dialogues of Migration in Contemporary Art," Strandline Curatorial Collective & MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina SK.

Oh Baby, in "D.U.C.K. Repertoire", The Seahorse, Halifax NS, Summer, 1990.

Mine (with Katrina Dunn, Su-Feh Lee, Mary Lou Trinkwon, and Anne Troake), in "Duck! It's Tragic Mulatto", R.J. Christie's, Vancouver BC. Fall, 1989.

A Sort of Celebration, in "Duck and Loving It," Firehall Arts Centre, Vancouver BC. Fall, 1989.

City on the Edge, with Kokoro Dance, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver BC, Summer 1990.

 

community art projects

The Breathing City, Queen City Exhibition, Regina SK, 2010

Luminance, Isabel Johnson Shelter, Regina SK, 2009

Port City Connect, Burnaby Art Gallery / New York Harbor School, Governor's Island, New York NY, 2007

Communty Textures, City of Vancouver: Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre & Sunset Community Centre, 2004

Heights Mosaic (with Glen Anderson and Shelley Twist), Burnaby BC, 2000-01

 

curatorial projects

#3CL: Three City Link (Regina), Regina CDA; Coventry UK; Gyumri Armenia, 2014

/in/stall, Lane Level Artists' Collective, Regina SK, 2008

University of Regina President's Art Collection, Regina SK, 2006 -08

Fifth Parallel Gallery, Regina SK, 2006-08

Duck and Loving It, Firehall Arts Centre, Vancouver BC, 1989

Duck! It's Tragic Mulatto, R.J. Christie's, Vancouver BC, 1989

Ducks Ducks Ducks, Firehall Arts Centre, Vancouver BC, 1988

 

publications

"Unsettling the Last Best West: Restorying Settler Imaginaries," Revue d'art canadienne / Canadian Art Review Volume 29 (Summer 2014), No. 1. 7-8.

"To PhD or not to PhD?" MAWA News (Fall 2014), 13.

"Settler Connections: 5th Generation Migrant Engagement," Migration and Displacement, Lalit Kala Contemporary (LKC), (New Delhi: The National Academy of Art, forthcoming)

"Have One," Fuse, 34:1 (2011) 7-8.

"Mapping Regina (and Saskatchewan and the people)," Small Cities Imprint, Volume 3 (2011), No. 1, pp. 59 - 65.

 

panels & presentations

Artist Talk, Art for Lunch, University of Regina Visual Arts, Regina SK, February 12, 2016.

Artist Talk, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina SK, January 16, 2016.

Co-Chair, with Erica Grimm and Scott Marsden, "Practice-based Research: Making Meaning/Exploring Research-praxis in the Academy," at UAAC/AAUC 2014 Conference, OCAD University, Toronto. October 23-26, 2014.

Co-Presenter, with Judy Anderson, Katherine Boyer, and Lionel Peyachew, "Indian Fine Arts: Four Concepts, One Department," at Imagining Canada's Future: A First Nations, Métis & Inuit Research Showcase, University of Regina and First Nations University. March 24-28, 2014.

Co-Presenter, with Mimi Gellman, "Indigenous/ Settler Engagement: Dialogues on Writing the Land," Symposium on Decolonial Aesthetics from the Americas, Hart House, U Toronto ON. October 10-13, 2013.

Co-Presenter with Leah Decter, Mimi Gellman, Karl Hardy: Dispelling Utopia: Rethinking and Restorying, Native American and Indigenous Studies Association (NAISA) conference, Saskatoon, SK June 13- 15, 2013.

Moderator, "Diversified: The Art Bank & Canadian Culture" - Dr. Ashok Mathur, Dr. Andrea Fatona, and Brendan Fernandes; Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston ON. March, 2013.

Co-Presenter with Dannys Montes de Oca Moreda and Collin Wiggins, "Curating the City," at Queen's Cultural Studies Seminar Series, Kingston ON. October, 2011.

Presenter, "Unsettling the Last Best West," Undisciplined: Queen's Cultural Studies Graduate Symposium, Kingston ON. Sept. 2011 & 2012.

Presenter, with John G. Hampton, Robert Hengeveld and Crystal Mowry, "Natural Forms," Neutral Ground Gallery, Regina SK. Sept. 2010.

Presenter, ""Mapping Regina (and Saskatchewan and the people)," at Map My Culture: Community and Space in Small Cities, at CURA (Canadian University Research Alliance) Conference, Courtenay BC. May 2009.

 

university teaching - courses taught

Art 221/3.0: Three Dimensional Foundation (studio) - This foundation studio course provides undergraduate students with an introduction to the principles, processes, and vocabulary of three-dimensional art practices. Students will develop a practical understanding of sculpture, installation, site-specificity, performance, and socially engaged practices.

Art 280/3.0: Introduction to Intermedia (studio) - An introduction to the theoretical framework and practical application of Intermedia practice, involving several of the following: time-based electronic and digital media, performance art, artist's books and installation.

ARTF 337/6.0: Installation and New Media (studio) (co-taught with Kathleen Sellars) - An introduction to the theoretical framework and practical application of Intermedia practice, involving several of the following: time-based electronic and digital media, performance art, artist's books and installation.

Art 100/3.0: Introduction to Art - Art practices and traditions of the present and the past, criticism and aesthetics from the viewpoint of the artist. Discussions by artists and gallery visits included.

INAH 100/3.0: North American Native Art History - A survey of North American Indian art from prehistory to the present. Analysis of styles in their historical context, development of the specialist's vocabulary.

INAH 202/3.0: Early Canadian Indian Art History - A course investigating the change in Indian art styles and media as the result of European contact in Canada.

ARTH 228/3.0: Post 1945 Contemporary Art Histories (co-taught with Dr. Clive Robertson) - This course will examine the histories, meanings and sites of contemporary art in the metropolitan West from 1945 to the present. Students will become familiar not only with the works themselves, but with shifts in critical conceptions and popular media that affect both the production and reception of contemporary art.

ARTH 305/3.0 - Modern & Contemporary Art History - A selective examination of issues in Canadian art history and historical practice, especially as they inform the production and critique of the history of Canadian art.

ARTH 324/3.0: Canadian Art and Cultural Identity - Art in Canada from the colonial period to the present. Students will be introduced to issues of culture, ethnicity and gender, in relation to the Canadian context.

 

administration & professional

2012-13 . Lead Organizer: Queen's Visiting Scholars Project: Dr. Ashok Mathur

2011 - . Member . Cultural Studies Seminar & Curriculum Committee, Queen's U

2011-present . Member . Cultural Studies Project Committee, Queen's U

2008-09 . Mentor . CARFAC Saskatchewan Mentorship Program

2007-08 . Member . Strategic Planning Committee, U Regina Faculty of Fine Arts, Regina SK

2007-08 . Research Assistant . Regina Cultural Mapping Project, Regina SK

2001-06 . Visual Arts Instructor . Burnaby Art Gallery / Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, Burnaby BC

1999-06 . Dance & Visual Arts Programmer . Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, Burnaby BC

 

professional memberships & affiliations

2016 - . Board Member, Sâkêwêwak Artists' Collective, Regina SK

2014 - . Member, Sâkêwêwak Artists' Collective, Regina SK

2014 - 16. Board & Programming Committee Member, Neutral Ground Gallery & Soil Digital Media, Regina SK

2013 . Member, Walking with Our Sisters Committee, First Nations University, Regina SK

2013 - . Member, Video Pool Media Arts Centre, Winnipeg MB

2013 - . Member, MAWA  (Mentoring Artists for Women's Art), Winnipeg MB

2012 - . Member, Corridor Culture, Kingston ON

2012-13 . Member, Fieldwork Collective, Maberly ON

2011 - . Modern Fuel Artist Run Centre, Kingston ON

2010 - . Member, Neutral Ground Gallery & Soil Digital Media, Regina SK

2010-12 . Member, Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative, Regina SK

2006-08 . Board Member . Fifth Parallel Gallery, Regina SK

2006-08 . Mentor, Visual Arts Students Association, U Regina

2004-06 . Board Member, Cineworks Filmmakers Society, Vancouver BC

 

artist residencies

2016. Comox Valley Art Gallery, Courtenay BC

2014. Wallace Stegner House, Eastend SK

2013 . MAWA, Winnipeg MB

2011 . Wallace Stegner House, Eastend SK

2010 . Queen City Exhibition, Regina SK

2010 . Wallace Stegner House, Eastend SK

2009/10 . Isabel Johnson Shelter, Regina SK

2004/05 . Vancouver Parks Board: Moberly Community Centre, Vancouver BC

 

grants & awards

2016 . Saskatchewan Arts Board Independent Artists Grant

2016 . Saskatchewan Foundation for the Arts Literary Artists Award

2015/16 . Saskatchewan Arts Board Independent Artists Grant

2014 . Arts '49 Principal Wallace Fellowship

2013 . Ontario Graduate Scholarship

2013 . Queen's Graduate Award

2013 . Graduate Dean's Doctoral Field Travel Grant

2012 . R.S. McLaughlin Fellowship

2011 . Queen's University Graduate Scholarship

2011 . Queen's University GETA Entrance Scholarship

2011 . Ontario Graduate Scholarship

2011 . Saskatchewan Filmpool Production Grant

2010 . Saskatchewan Arts Board Travel Grant

2009 . Saskatchewan Arts Board Creative Partnerships Grant

2009 . Saskatchewan Arts Board Travel Grant

2008 . Graduate Centennial Merit Scholarship, U Regina

2008 . Doris & W.A.Riddell Fine Arts Scholarship, U Regina

2008 . Alumni Association Scott Irving Spirit Award, U Regina

2007 . Graduate Students' Association Scholarship, U Regina

2007 . Alumni Association Leadership Award, U Regina

2007 . Graduate Centennial Merit Scholarship, U Regina

2007 . Graduate Student Travel Award, U Regina

2007 . University of Regina Sculpture Competition Award

 

selected bibliography

Martin, Ashley. "Barbara Meneley's Prairie History Redux is an artistic reflection of Saskatchewan's complex history," Leader Post, January 17, 2016.

Beatty, Gregory. Barbara Meneley (Updated), Prairie Dog Magazine, Jan. 16, 2016.

CTV Morning Live, "Preview: Prairie History Redux," November 5, 2015.

Canadian Art: "Must-Sees This Week: October 15 to 21, 2015." (Prairie History Redux)

Canadian Art: "Must-Sees This Week: September 3 to 9, 2015." (Keeping the Tower)

Hampton, John G. "natural Forms," Neutral Ground Gallery catalogue, Regina SK, 2011

Beatty, Gregory. "Nature, My Grass," Prairie Dog Magazine, 2010

Bessai, Margaret. "Nature in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction," Blackflash, 2010

Rennie, Sheryl. "Luminance," CBC Radio Blue Sky / Afternoon Show, Mar. 8, 2010

Miliokas, Nick. "Art Can be Found in Unusual Places," Regina Leader Post, Sept. 4, 2008

Delos Reyes, Jennifer. "Art After Aesthetic Distance," Open Engagement catalogue, 2007

Robertson, Carmen. "Real Estate : Ceremonies of Possession," Art Gallery of Regina, 2007

Delos Reyes, Jennifer and Lori Gordon. Infinite Exchange Gallery catalogue, 2007

Farr, Sheila. "Ethereal Dresses Honor Spirit of Wayward Girls," Seattle Times, June 25, 2004

Lacey, Liam. "What, no Odes to Spring? No spiritual journeys?" Globe & Mail, June 1, 1990

Wyman, Max. "Fun featured in delightfully absurd dances," The Province, Dec. 10, 1989

Scott, Michael. "DUCK performance a throwback," The Vancouver Sun, May 11, 1989

 

 

 

 


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