Curriculum Vitae

HEATHER CAMERON

EDUCATION:
Kutenai Art Therapy Institute, Graduate Diploma In Art Therapy, 2004.
Ontario College of Art, Experimental Art. Honours A.O.C.A., 1989.
George Brown College, Graphic Design. Honours Diploma, 1982.

ONE PERSON SHOWS:
2004 Remembering, Repeating and Working Through. Grand Forks Art Gallery, BC
2003 Remembering, Repeating and Working Through. Nelson Museum, Nelson, BC
2002 Flight. Handwork Studio, Nelson, BC
2002 In Dreams. Langham Gallery, Kaslo, BC
2000 In Dreams. Nelson Museum, Nelson, BC
1999 Paragons. Nelson Museum, Nelson, BC
1997 Paragons. Mercer Union Project Room, Toronto, Ont.
1997 Consuming Passion. Neutral Ground, Regina, Sask
1994 For Home and Country. Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Sask.
1991 Fair Domain. Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ont.
1990 Unsettled Accounts. Grand Theatre, Kingston, Ont.

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS:
2012 Fibreworks 2012, Cambridge Galleries, Cambridge ON
2011 Gay for Eagles, Haddon Hall Studios, Siler City, NC
2008 Connecting Communities (Artist residency), Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI
2008 Tract House (with Lisa Anne Auerbach), Baltimore Public art Gallery, Baltimore, MD
2006 Faint Evidence, Oxygen Gallery, Nelson, BC
2005 Chasing Amnesia, Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK
2000 The Best of 2000. Glacier Gallery, Nelson, BC
1998 Reading Art. Swift Current National Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, SK
1995 WINDOWS: Storefronts on Art. Organised by Susan Whitney, Regina, SK
1992 The State of Viewing. Gallery 101, Ottawa, ON
1991 Homefront: Contemporary Issues in Interior Decorating. Site specific
installation, StreetCity, Toronto, ON.
1990 Cold City Invitational. Cold City Gallery,Toronto, Ont.
ec: e without the bar is c. Embassy Cultural House, London, ON

TOURING EXHIBITIONS:
1994 - 1995 For Home and Country, 12 Saskatchewan communities (OSAC)

GRANTS:
1997 Visual Arts "B" Grant, Saskatchewan Arts Board
1996 Visual Arts "B" Grant, Saskatchewan Arts Board
1996 Visual Arts Short Term Grant, Canada Council
1995 Visual Arts "B" Grant, Saskatchewan Arts Board
1992 Project Grant, Canada Council
1991 Short Term Grant, Ontario Arts Council
Exhibition Assistance Grant, Ontario Arts Council
Travel Grant, Canada Council

COLLECTIONS:
Dunlop Art Gallery
Cambridge Galleries
Saskatchewan Arts Board
Canada Council Art Bank
Idea/Exchange (formerly Cambridge Galleries)
Private collections in Canada, the USA, and Japan

PUBLICATIONS:
Craft: Transforming Traditional Crafts 07, p. 152-153 (2008) O’Reilly Media
Craft: Perceptions and Practise Volume II. (2005).
Paula Gustafson (Ed.), Vancouver: Ronsdale Press
Paragons, Patricia Seamon catalogue essay,  http://www.mercerunion.org/exhibitions/paragons/

RELATED ACTIVITY:
2008- Teacher and workshop facilitator
2006-2008 Swap-O-Rama-Rama producer, with Wendy Tremayne.
San Francisco CA, Austin TX, Vancouver BC, Sheboygan, WI
2004- Professional Art Therapist
2001 Visiting Artist, Kootenay School of Art
2001 Board of Directors, Nelson and District Arts Council
2000-2004 Manager, Retail Art Materials, Nelson
1999 Festival Co-ordinator, Village Art Centre, Procter, BC
1997 Contract Assistant to the Director, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Sask.
1997 Advisory Board, North Central Street Culture Project, Regina, Sask.
1995-1997 Board of Directors and Programming Chair, Neutral Ground, Regina, Sask.
1995 Critical Writing Workshop Organizer, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Sask.
1994-1998 Editor, CARFAC SASK Newsletter, Regina, Sask.
1990-1991 Arts Critic and Writer, Between the Lines, Kingston, Ont.
1988-1989 Gallery Assistant, Gallery 76, Toronto, Ont.
Assistant to Artist, Robert Fones, Toronto, Ont.