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CV

Education

Ontario College of Art, Toronto, ON

AOCA Diploma achieved Spring 1995 with Honours

Canterbury High School, Ottawa, ON

Diploma (OSSD) & Visual Arts Certificate achieved 1991


Solo Exhibitions

2009 Faunamorphic, Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, Brandon, MN

2006 ALLcreatures, Gallery 101, Ottawa, ON

2004 DOUBLEcurve, Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay ON

2004 David Hannan new works, Galerie St. Laurent+Hill, Ottawa, ON

2002 David Hannan, Latcham Gallery, Stouffville, ON

2000 Cross Fire, Indian and Inuit Art Gallery, Hull, Quebec, and Urban Shaman Gallery, Winnipeg, MN 

1999 New Works, 43˚below, Toronto, ON 

1998 Hidden Heroes, Gallery 101, Ottawa, ON 

1990 David Hannan, St. François Gallery, Ottawa, ON


Selected Group Exhibitions

 

2014-2012 Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation 3, Museum of Art and Design, New York USA

2007 Remix:  New Modernities in a Post Indian World. Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona USA

2005 Everyday Light, Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, ON

2004 Utopia/ Dystopia, York Quay Gallery Case Studies, Harbourfront Centre Toronto, ON

2001 Traces of Colour, McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, ON

2001 Comfort Zones: textiles in the Canadian landscape, Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto ON

2001 Rielisms, The Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MN and The Dunlop Gallery, Regina, SK

2000 Re-awakening a Nation, Law Society of Upper Canada, Toronto, ON

2000-1997   Transitions, Traveling Exhibition, World Wide, France, Canada, Costa Rica, Taiwan, New Zealand.

1999 First Nations Art '99, Woodland Cultural Centre, Brantford, ON 

1998 18 + Over, Simcoe Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, 

1998 An Exhibition of Fine Art, Factory Gallery, Toronto, Ontario, 

1997 Xcavation, Dufferin Mall, Toronto, Ontario, 

1996 Neebing Nugushkiwauding, Toronto City Hall Rotunda, Toronto, ON 

1996 First Nations Art '96, Woodland Cultural Centre, Brantford, ON

1996 Blood & Belonging OCA Gallery, Toronto, ON 

1995 Group Exhibition Metro Toronto Convention & Visitors Centre, Toronto, ON

1995 First Nations Art '95, Woodland Cultural Centre, Brantford, ON

1995 Waterbound, Idee Gallery, Toronto, ON  


Publications

 

Johnson, K.(June 20, 2008)” Beyond Stereotypes: 21st-Century Indian Artists” New York Times

Villani, J “Remix” Art News(vol 107 no 3) p. 147

Everett, D. and Zorn, E. Encyclopedia of Native American Artists(2008)  Greenwood Press. p. 61-62.

McMaster, Gerald 2007. “Native Identity in Age of Hybridity.” Remix:  New Modernities in a Post Indian WorldNational Museum of the American Indian. p.66

Mattes, Catherine. (2001). Rielisms. Rielisms.The Winnipeg Art Gallery. p.12-22, p38  

Eyland, Cliff. (volume 20, number 2, issue 78) Officaldumbing. Border Crossings, p.122

Enright, Robert. (2001, May 12).Legends of the fall”. The Globe and Mail. p.V8

Comfort Zones: textiles in the Canadian landscape. (2001) Textile Museum of Canada,, p.22

National Aboriginal Day.(summer 2000)  Owl magazine. p 35

Transitions Contemporary Canadian Indian and Inuit Art. (1997) Dept. of Indian Affairs, Canada. p28-29

Wawzonek, Donna. (1998, April 7) “Creation's laughter in Native Art”. The Ottawa Citizen. p.F3

Angle, Wide (no.83. October 1995). “Get A Start on Native Art” Equinox. p 117-118

Angle, Wide (no.83. October 1995). Get A Start on Native Art Equinox. p 117-118


Scholarships & Awards

2010 KM Hunter Award

2010/2007 Mid-Career Artist, Ontario Arts Council

2008 Aboriginal Arts Projects, Ontario Arts Council

2003 Royal Canadian Mint, Back to Batoche Festivals coin design

2001 Canada Council for the Arts: Visual Arts Production Grant

2001 Toronto Arts Council: Grant to Visual Artist

2000 National Aboriginal Day poster competition

1999 Canada Council for the Arts: Quest Program Grant

1999 Metis Nation of Ontario: Metis Culture-based Economic Development Grant 

1996-2003 First Nations in the Classroom: Individuals, Ontario Arts Council

1996-2003 Artists in Education: Individuals, Ontario Arts Council

1995 David L. Stevenson Scholarship Drawing & Painting Scholarship

1988 South East Asian Cultural Convention Award of Excellence 


Collections

 

National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation, Toronto, ON

Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, ON

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada: Indian Art Centre, Hull, Quebec

Woodland Cultural Centre: Brantford, ON


Residency

 

2000/2001/2006 Artist in Residence program, McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, ON 

2000 Artist in Residence program, Indian Art Centre, Hull Quebec


Theatre/Film Experience

2014

The Breath Production

Position: Production Designer

Kaha:wi – the cycle of life, Directed by Shane Belcourt Starring: Santee Smith, Garret Smith, Emily Law, and Michael Dempski

2013

The Breath Production

Position: Production Designer

A Common Experience: Written by Shane Belcourt & Yvette Nolan Starring: Yvette Nolan & Lilia Greyeyes

2007  

The Breath Production

Position: Production Designer

Tkaronto: written and directed by Shane Belcourt starring Melanie McLaren, Duane Murray, and Lorne Cardinal.

2007 

Independent short film

Position: Puppet Designer/Builder and Performer

The Untitled Puppet Project:  written and directed by Christina Ray

2004-2007

Position: Set/ Prop/ Puppet Designer/ Puppeteer/ Actor

The Friendly Rich Show: written by Richard Marsella and David Hannan

2007

Empty Fridge Theatre Projects

Position: Set/ Prop/ Puppet Designer/ Puppeteer/ Actor

Junk Yard Tales: written by David Hannan and Jennifer Gillespie

2007

Position: Set/ Prop/ Puppet Designer, Lead Puppeteer  

Snow Days: a puppet Opera Written by Richard Marsella.

1997-2007

Waterwood Theater Projects

Position: Set/ Prop/ Puppet Designer

for Moonbeams and Daffodils, Yes We Have No Bananas, Tales from an Empty Fridge, O is for Ogre

Position: Puppeteer/ Actor

for Moonbeams and Daffodils, Mouse Tails, and Yes We Have No Bananas, Tales from an Empty Fridge, O is for Ogre

Position: Stage Manager

Yes We Have No Bananas the New Brunswick tour and Torontoarea schools 

1996 

Kid Glove Productions

Position: Set/Puppet Designer

The Magical Musical Bicycle Shop


Related Art Experience

2007- Present

Dorset Fine Arts

Position: Preparator, Copyright and Permissions, Web Designer, Graphic Designer

2006

Seneca College

Position: Preparator/ Installer

Rotating exhibition space 

2000

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada: Indian Art Centre

Position: Installer 

Transitions, Traveling Exhibition Taiwan


Teaching Experience

1997-2008

McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Klienburg, Ontario

Position: Studio Instructor for ArtClasses and Workshops, 

Duties: Develop/Deliveredart based classes of various disclipinesfor children 2-14, and supervised 2 assistants. 

1999-2007

DAREarts Foundation for Children, Toronto, Ontario

Position: Core Program Teacher

Duties: Coordinated, developed and delivered an interdisciplinary arts program to inner-city students in grades 4-8. 

Fostered a safe and inclusive learning environment

Made lessons relevant, engaging and challenging for students

Organized an art exhibition and evening theatre presentation for parents and guardians

2004

Etobicoke Arts Group. Etobicoke ,Ontario

Position: Art Instructor

Duties: Taughtencaustic paintingprocesses and techniques to adults.

1996-2003

First Nations in the Classroom: Individuals, Ontario Arts Council 

Postion: Art Instructior

Duties: Taughtboth high school and elementary school students variousart projects and techniquesinThunder Bay, Kingfisher Lake, Wunnumin Lake, Ottawa and Toronto

2002

Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto, Ontario

Position: Art Instructor

Duties: Led a 4 day workshop teaching various beadwork techniques to adults and children

1996 

Seneca College Summer Activity Workshop, North York, ON

Position: Art Instructor for Junior Creative Kids 7-8years old

Duties: Supervised 5 - 10 children in drama, music, visual arts and crafts.

1990-1994 June - Sept.

Dovercourt Recreation Association, Ottawa, ON

Position: Camp Counselor/ Art Instructor for Summer Art Workshops, March Break, Winter Break, and Workshop throw out the year.

Duties: Supervised 2 staff members and 30 children. Administered all aspects of daily activities including arts and crafts, sports, drama, magic shows, etc.

1989 September - June

Ottawa Board of Education, Ottawa, ON

Lighthouse Program

Position: Art Instructor 5-12 years old

Duties: Supervised 25 children. Administered all aspects of daily activities.

1988 June - July

US Embassy, Bangkok, Thailand

Position: Camp Counselor for 6-7 years old

Duties: Supervised 25 children. Administered all aspects of daily activities.