Angela Marsh

Angela is Canadian visual artist and creator of community projects, originally from Toronto and currently living in Québec City.  She is interested in the vertiginous complexities of nature and in dethroning the culture-nature binary, her artistic projects being the residue of a continual seeking of intimate reciprocity and learning with the natural world.  She holds an MFA in Visual Arts from Université Laval (2019), an MA in Education (2004) and a BA in Art History and Environment and Society (2000) from University of Toronto.  She has created and shown her artistic projects in Montreal, Toronto, Cambridge ON, Quebec City and Lévis. Recent projects include It’s really just a love story for the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (2021 & 2022) and This Work is so Urgent it Must be Slow, presented by OBORO in Montreal (2021).  For over 15 years Angela has been a passionate arts educator in Toronto and Québec and she published her writing in Research in Arts and Education, the Journal of Aesthetic Education and Cigale.  Angela is an active member of the ecologist groups Mères au Front (For our Kids) and Québec Sans Pesticides.

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    • Quebec City, QC,
      North America(not US)

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