Protected: Where Do Artistic Practices Come From?

Jamelie Hassan
Zab Maboungou
Alvin Erasga Tolentino
Greg Younging
Yara El Gladban
December 1, 2019

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Jamelie Hassan

Jamelie Hassan

Jamelie Hassan is a visual artist and activist based in London, Ontario, Canada. Her works are in numerous public collections, including the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Museum London, London, Ontario, the Morris & Helen Belkin Art Gallery, the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia and the New Museum, New York, NY. She was awarded the ‚ÄúCanada 125‚ÄĚ Medal for outstanding community service (1993), the Governor General's Award in Visual and Media Arts, (2001), and an honorary doctorate in visual arts from OCAD University, Toronto (2018). Photo credit: Christopher Drew.

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