Peter Morin

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Peter Morin
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Born (1977-09-08) September 8, 1977 (age 43)
Telegraph Creek, British Columbia, Canada
NationalityTahltan Nation
EducationMasters of Fine Art
Bachelor of Visual Arts
Diploma of Fine Arts
Alma materUniversity of British Columbia Okanagan
Emily Carr University of Art and Design
Kwantlen Polytechnic University
AwardsMid-Career Outstanding Achievement as an Artist Award
Victoria 150 Award
Fulmer Award in First Nations Art Award

Peter Morin is a Tahltan Nation author, artist, curator and professor at the Ontario College of Art and Design.[1] He was born on September 8, 1977 in Telegraph Creek, British Columbia, Canada[2] and identifies as member of the Crow clan.[3] He addresses the issues of decolonization as well as Indigenous identity and language in his practice.[4]

Education

Peter Morin completed a Masters of Fine Art at the University of British Columbia Okanagan in 2010, and a Bachelor of Visual Arts at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design in 2001. He also completed the Summer Publishing Program at Simon Fraser University in 2005, attended the Gulf Island Film and Television School in 2002 and obtained a Diploma of Fine Arts from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in 1997.

Curation

Peter Morin curated several exhibitions including at the Museum of Anthropology, Bill Reid Gallery, Western Front, Burnaby Art Gallery, and at the Satellite Gallery.[5]

Exhibitions

Peter Morin has exhibited his work internationally and has worked with numerous other artists in a variety of shows.

Solo

  • Ceremony Experiments 1 Though 8, Urban Shaman Gallery, 2013
  • Circle, Urban Shaman Gallery, 2011
  • Peter Morin's Museum, Satellite Gallery, 2010[6]
  • Circle, FINA Gallery, 2010
  • Memory Talking Stick, Open Space Arts Society, 2010
  • 12 Making Objects, Open Space Arts Society, 2009
  • This is How We Protect Stones, The Ministry of Casual Living, 2009[7]
  • Things That Are Left Behind For Ravens, ODD Gallery, 2007
  • Stop, Drop, and Bingo, Urban Shaman Gallery, 2004
  • These Are My Creations, Says Crow, You Can't Take Them , Grunt Gallery, 2001

Group

  • Witnesses: Art and Canada's Indian Residential Schools, Moris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, 2013[8]
  • Drawuary: Not A Day Goes By, Gallery Gachet, 2013[9]
  • Talking Stick, Roundhouse Community Centre, 2012
  • Best Before, McMaster University, 2011
  • Challenging Traditions, McMicheal Canadian Art Collection, 2009[10]
  • Reply All, Art Metropolle, 2009
  • Crazy Making, Gallery Gachet, 2007[11]
  • Healing and Transformation, Ministry of Casual Living, 2007
  • Re-Translation: Land and Language, A Space Gallery, 2007[12]
  • Protection Paint: The Stories on Stones, Gallery Gachet, 2006[13]


Published Works

Peter Morin has written and contributed to several books, articles, and art reviews. These include Carrying on "Irregardless": Humour in Contemporary Northwest Coast Art in 2012, My Story of Making and Sewing Hides in 2012, Peter Morin's Museum in 2011, Access All Areas : Conversations On Engaged Art in 2008, Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun: Neo-Native Drawings and Other Works in 2010 and Wibhun in 2007. Some of his art reviews include A Crow About Town in 2005,[14] and 2400 An Indian Odyssey Article in 2003.[15]

Residency

Artist Residencies

  • Algoma University, 2013
  • Open Space Arts Society, 2010[16]
  • Roundhouse Community Centre, 2005

Curator Residencies

  • Open Space Arts Society, 2012[17]
  • Camosun College, 2009
  • Roundhouse Community Centre, 2003

Awards

Peter Morin received the Hnatyshyn Foundation Mid-Career Outstanding Achievement as an Artist Award in 2016,[18] the Victoria 150 Award in 2012 and the Fulmer Award in First Nations Art Award in 2010.[19] As well as being long listed for the Sobeys Art Award in 2014.[20]

References

  1. "Peter Morin". OCAD UNIVERSITY. Retrieved 2020-03-10.
  2. "Witnesses: Art and Canada's Indian Residential Schools". Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  3. "A Space Gallery". www.aspacegallery.org. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  4. "Witnesses: Art and Canada's Indian Residential Schools". Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  5. "Peter Morin". OCAD UNIVERSITY. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  6. "Satellite Gallery | Past Exhibitions". satellitegallery.ca. Retrieved 2020-03-10.
  7. "the Ministry of Casual Living". ministryofcasualliving.ca. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  8. "Witnesses: Art and Canada's Indian Residential Schools". Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  9. "Drawuary: Not A Day Goes By". gachet.org. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  10. Darby, Richard. "Challenging Traditions: Contemporary First Nations Art of the Northwest Coast". McMichael Canadian Art Collection. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  11. "Crazymaking – Tania Willard artist-in-residence". gachet.org. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  12. "A Space Gallery". www.aspacegallery.org. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  13. "Protection Paint: The Stories on Stones". gachet.org. Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  14. "Peter Morin – A Crow About Town Article | The Activation". Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  15. "Peter Morin – 2400 An Indian Odyssey Article | The Activation". Retrieved 2020-03-11.
  16. "Peter Morin | Open Space". openspace.ca. Retrieved 2020-03-10.
  17. "Peter Morin | Open Space". openspace.ca. Retrieved 2020-03-10.
  18. "2016 Recipients - Mid-Career Awards The Hnatyshyn Foundation". www.rjhf.com. Retrieved 2020-03-10.
  19. "2019 Fulmer Award in First Nations Art". BC Achievement Foundation. Retrieved 2020-03-10.
  20. "Sobey Art Award – Past Awards". www.gallery.ca. Retrieved 2020-03-11.

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