Angela Marsh

  • From the series Daphne and Apollo, oil on recuperated MDF, 2016
  • From the series Daphne and Apollo, oil on recuperated MDF, 2016
  • From the series Daphne and Apollo, oil on recuperated MDF, 2011
  • From the series Daphne and Apollo, embroidered citation of Alice Fulton on plastic, 2017
  • Want, embroidery on recuperated fabric and plastic, graphite, 2016
  • From exposition Ruches et Artifices, Maison du Développement Durable, Montreal, 2016
  • From exposition Ruches et Artifices, Maison du Développement Durable, Montreal, 2016
  • From the series Biophilic Drawings, 2017
  • From the series Biophilic Drawings, 2017
  • From the series Biophilic Drawings, 2017

Angela Marsh was born in Montreal, raised in Toronto and has been living in Quebec City since 2008. She is a Master’s student in Visual Arts at University Laval in Québec City, interested in exploring connections between ecology and feminism (arguing the intrinsic interconnectedness of the two) as well as the essential place of nature within our collective imaginations. Angela’s sculptural, installative and pictorial work is created from recuperated or recycled materials in a deliberate gesture to defy dominating consumer-based systems. She has received the grant Leadership and Sustainable Development for Artistic Excellence from the Université Laval for her Master’s studies.

Her educational background includes a Master of Arts in education and aethetics from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/University of Toronto (2004) and a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from the University of Toronto (2000), as well as visual arts studies at Central Technical School’s The Art Centre, Toronto School of Art and Université Laval. Angela has been engaged as an artist educator at a spectrum of cultural and education institutions such as Harbourfront Centre and the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, and in Quebec City in local schools and community centres. She has published her academic writing in the Journal of Aesthetic Education and presented her research at several academic conferences in Toronto and Quebec. She has exhibited her work in Montreal, Toronto and Quebec City.

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    • 1238 avenue des Grands Pins
    • Quebec City, QC G1S 4J2

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