The Ontario Association of Art Galleries (OAAG) has announced the Shortlisted Nominees for its 42nd Annual, 2019 OAAG Awards with the Agnes Etherington Art Centre at Queen’s University named a finalist in three categories.
The Art Centre is nominated for two Exhibition Awards, ‘Soundings: An Exhibition in Five Parts‘ for Exhibition of the Year: Budget over $50,000, and ‘Tau Lewis: when last you found me here‘ in the Exhibition of the Year: Budget over $20,000—Monographic category.
Assistant Professor Dylan Robinson has been nominated for a Personnel Award in the INAUGURAL Changemaker BIPOC category as the co-curator of Soundings: An Exhibition in Five Parts.
Dylan Robinson and Candice Hopkins, Curators
Dylan Robinson, Candice Hopkins, and Sébastien Aubin, Exhibition Designers
Alicia Boutilier, Carina Magazzeni, and Jennifer Nicoll, Exhibition Coordinators
Scott Wallis, Mark Birksted, Neil Bettney, and Bill Penner, Installation Team
Raven Chacon, Sebastian De Line, Camille Georgeson-Usher, Kite, Cheryl L’Hirondelle, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Cristóbal Martínez, Peter Morin, Ogimaa Mikana (Susan Blight and Hayden King), Lisa C. Ravensbergen, Heidi Senungetuk, Olivia Whetung, and Tania Willard, Artists
– Agnes Etherington Art Centre, 2019
Sunny Kerr, Curator
Sunny Kerr and Tau Lewis, Exhibition Designers
Jennifer Nicoll, Exhibition Coordinator
Scott Wallis and Mark Birksted, Installation Team
Tau Lewis, Artist
– Agnes Etherington Art Centre, 2018
The OAAG Awards are a signature program and event produced by the Ontario Association of Art Galleries. The OAAG Awards are annual, province-wide, juried art gallery awards of artistic merit and excellence recognizing and celebrating the exhibitions, publications, programs and community partnerships commissioned by and produced by Ontario’s public art galleries.
The OAAG Awards, recognizing artistic merit and excellence, was established in 1977 to celebrate the exhibitions, publications, programs and community partnerships commissioned by and produced by Ontario’s public art galleries. This year’s jurors are Sharona Adamowics-Clements, Raymond Cheah, Patricia Deadman, Elwood Jimmy, Jessica Leong, Michael Madjus, Gabrielle Moser, Crystal Mowry, Lindsay Nixon, Shani Parsons, November Paynter, and Sasha Suda.
Winners will be announced live at an awards ceremony at Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre Theatre on Monday, November 25.
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