DANIELLE CARLA HOGAN
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PhD, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB. 2012-2017.
Dissertation title, Just Making It: The Stain of Femaffect on Fiber in Art.
MFA, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, 2002-2004.
BFA, Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC, 1997-2000.
England/Europe, independent study tour, 1996.
Diploma Fine Craft, New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, 1993-1995.
Mount Allison University, Fine Arts, Sackville, NB, 1991/92.
*Written and spoken competence in English and French. Beginner Italian.
Private collections in Canada, the US and Spain.
Canada Council for the Arts, Art Bank, Ottawa, ON.
2017: ArtsNB, Creation Grant, ‘Dear’, collaboration with performer/writer Lisa Anne Ross.
ArtsNB, Documentation Grant, $7,000.
ArtsNB, Career Development, Arts by Invitation Grant.
2016: ArtsNB & Sheila Hugh MacKay Foundation, International Creative Residency Grant.
ArtsNB, Career Development, Arts by Invitation Grant.
UNB School of Graduate Studies, Travel Grant.
2015: UNB School of Graduate Studies Travel Grant.
UNB Interdisciplinary Studies Department Travel Grant.
2014: UNB School of Graduate Studies Conference travel grant.
UNB Dean of Education travel grant.
2013: Recipient of The Dr. William S. Lewis Doctoral Fellowship, University of New Brunswick.
UNB President’s Recruitment Scholarship, University of New Brunswick.
2003: Nel Oudemans Scholarship for Continuing Education, NB.
2002: Excellence Recruitment award, Faculty of Graduate studies, University of Victoria, BC.
Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation Grant, Rothesay, NB.
New Brunswick Arts Council Scholarship, NB Arts Council, NB.
2000: Honorable mention (Sculpture), Opus Visual Arts Awards, BC.
Helen Pitt Gallery scholarship, Emily Carr Institute/Helen Pitt Gallery, Vancouver, BC.
1996: New Brunswick Achievement Grant recipient, Advanced Education and Labour New Brunswick.
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS, PRESENTATIONS & PUBLISHED WORKS
2018: [upcoming] Curator, Watch Out at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, New Brunswick.
2017: Curator, Nel Oudemans exhibition at UNB Memorial Hall (opening Jan.
2019, additional tour dates and locations coming.)
Author, Nel Oudemans catalogue/book (due out in 2019).
Author, ‘Joseph Plaskett – The Stillness of Life’, published by Gallery 78.
Author, ‘DIY – Wheat Paste’, Shameless Magazine, Issue 37 (at press).
Artist, #UDRquilt International Project, Craftivist project initiated by Australian artist/academic Tal Fitzpartick (due out in 2018). Touring internationally.
Artist, Canada 150 Project, The Bridge, Solo Chicken Productions, Fredericton NB. [Sept. 8th, 2017].
Invited participant, Beaverbrook Art Gallery Expansion Grand Opening, feminist banner project, [Oct. 15th, 2017].
Just Making It, University Artists Association of Canada, Banff Alberta [Oct. 15].
Solo exhibition, Painting Barcelona, Gallery 78, Fredericton NB.
Participant, Feminist Art Conference, OCAD, Toronto ON.
2016: Presenter, Canadian Society for Education Through Art annual conference, University of Victoria, BC.
Guest Speaker, Vancouver Island School of Art, Victoria, BC.
Artist Participant, Yoko Ono’s ARISING project (ongoing since 2013). Reykjavik Art Museum, Iceland.
Artist Participant, Betsy Greer’s You Are So Very Beautiful craftivist project. Various sites across the US.
Artist Participant, Interwoven Stories: A Princeton Community Project, Princeton, NJ.
Presenter, University of New Brunswick Graduate Research Conference. Fredericton, NB.
Group Exhibition [and catalogue], Every Fiber of My Being, Arts Council of Princeton, Princeton, NJ.
2015: Presenter, Closing Remarks, Handmade Assembly, Owens Art Gallery/Struts & Faucet, Sackville, NB.
Three-person exhibition, Living is Easy, Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre, Sackville, NB.
Invited artist, New Brunswick Fine Craft Festival Exhibition & Gala, Saint John, NB.
Group exhibition, PULSE, Gallery 1580, Victoria BC.
Group exhibition, Home: An Exploration, Gallery 78, Fredericton NB.
2014: Group exhibition, Gallery 78, Fredericton NB.
Presenter & session chairperson, INSEA (International Society for
Education through Art) World Congress, Melbourne, Australia.
Solo Exhibition, From West to East, a Journey in Watercolour, Gallery 78, Fredericton, NB.
Artist advisor, Theatre New Brunswick’s production of John Logan’s RED, Directed by Caleb Marshall .
Invited speaker, New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, January 21, Fredericton NB.
2013: Participant, 9th Annual Graduate Research in Art Education (GRAE) Conference, Penn State University.
Presenter, CSEA-SCÉA and CAGE (Canadian Art Gallery Educators) co-host joint conference, Interconnection, Montreal, Quebec.
2008: Invited artist, Gifted (group show) Deluge Contemporary Art, Victoria BC.
Group exhibition, Ordinary People, Eyelevel gallery Halifax, NS.
Gallery Artist (group exhibition) Gallery 78, Fredericton, NB.
Group exhibition, RPM, Deluge Contemporary Art Gallery, Victoria BC.
Author, Paper Cuts, catalogue essay for Pulp exhibition, Open Space Gallery, Victoria, BC.
Faculty exhibition, University Canada West Academy of Fine Art Community Arts Council of Victoria, BC.
2007: Solo exhibition, Promotion, Deluge Contemporary Art. BC.
Faculty exhibition University Canada West Academy of Fine Art, Community Arts Council of Victoria, BC.
2006: Faculty exhibition Victoria College of Art, Gallery at the MAC, Victoria, BC.
2005: Invited artist exhibition, Evolution, Emily Carr Institute, Vancouver, BC.
Author, Changing Hands exhibition catalogue, Maltwood Museum and Gallery, University of Victoria, BC.
Group exhibition Victoria College of Art, Community Arts Council of Victoria, BC.
Solo exhibition, Danielle Hogan, Gallery 78, Fredericton, NB.
Group exhibition, Gallery 78, Fredericton, NB.
Group exhibition, Please Everyone, Soil Art Gallery, Seattle, WA.
Solo exhibition, Turnover, Rogue Art Gallery, Victoria, BC.
Group exhibition, Canmore Arts Festival, Canmore, AB.
Three-person exhibition, Sweet and Low, The Other Gallery, Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff, AB.
Solo exhibition, Sugar Stars, Ministry of Casual Living, Victoria, BC.
2018: Watch Out, artist in residence, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB.
2016: JIWAR Creation and Society, Barcelona, Spain.
2015: Living is Easy, Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre, Sackville, NB.
2008: Knock on Woods International Residency and Dwelling for Intervals, Open Space, Victoria. BC. (See images from this residency at http://dwellingforintervals.weebly.com/open-space-gallery.html).
2003: Big Rock Candy Mountain Residency, Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff Alberta, AB.
2002: Casemates Artist in Residence, Fredericton Arts Alliance, Fredericton, NB.
2017: The Artful Mind, painter and academic Jennifer Pazienza mentions my work in her interview with The Artful Mind (August 2017), pp. 50-51. https://issuu.com/theartfulmindartzine/docs/the_artful_mind_artzine_for_august_
Grid City Magazine., A Walking Bridge Time Tunnel: Solo Chicken Productions issue a call for artists and community groups to take part in a unique Canada 150 event, (June 6th, 2017) by Matt Carter.
The Brunswickan (online), Painting Barcelona, by Nathalie Sturgeon.
Telegraph Journal, I Met a Kindred Spirit, (March 11th), by Nancy Bauer, Fredericton, NB.
2016: Arts Connect TV, Every Fiber of My Being televised interview with Anne Reeves, Princeton, NJ. (https://vimeo.com/181199304).
2015: Grid City Magazine, Lint Work – A Product of Preoccupation (March 18th), NB.
2014: Telegraph Journal, On the Road (March 8th) by Michael Landry, St. John, NB.
2010: Studio: Craft and Design in Canada, Featured Artists, (spring issue) by Leopold CJ Kowolik, Toronto, ON.
2007: Victoria News, Artist Tackles Worth in Work (July 13) by Patrick Blennerhassett, Victoria, BC.
2004: Seattle Post Intelligencer, Hogan’s Photos Take Her Fellow Art Students to School (May 14) by Regina Hackett Seattle, WA.
2003: The Banff Crag & Canyon, Creating Candy Mountain, [May 21, 2003], Banff, AB.
2001: Daily Gleaner, Gallery Celebrates Women, Ray Cronin, Fredericton, NB.
Sculpting with Sugar Tickles Funny Bone, Ray Cronin, Daily Gleaner Newspaper, Fredericton, NB.
2000: Vancouver Sun, Outside the Box, (May 20th) by Michael Scott, Vancouver, BC.