Canadian Art is pleased to announce that Christiana Myers has been awarded our Winter 2018 Editorial Mentorship, an 11-week, full-time position intended to develop aspiring writers’ expertise in art-magazine publishing.
Christiana Myers is a curator and artist from Saint John, New Brunswick. She holds a BFA in painting and printmaking from Mount Allison University and has recently returned from completing her Master’s in Curatorial Practice at the Glasgow School of Art in Scotland. Her graduating project was titled Morbus and comprised a group exhibition and book of collected works, which explored the natural, inevitable and universal experience of inhabiting an unwell body. Her 2014 exhibition, “Working Title,” was reviewed by sophia bartholomew and featured in the Summer 2015 issue of Canadian Art.
Christiana has completed residencies at the FoFA gallery in Montreal and the Arteles Centre in Finland. She has worked for a number of arts organizations throughout Eastern Canada including La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse, Sculpture Saint John, the New Brunswick Museum, and artist-run centre Third Space Gallery, of which she is the current programming coordinator.
About the Editorial Mentorship
Canadian Art is committed to mentoring the next generation of art writers in Canada. The Canadian Art Editorial Mentorship is a national quarterly program for a current or recent undergraduate, graduate or other post-secondary student with an interest in developing expertise in the realm of professional art-magazine publishing.
Supported by the RBC Foundation. The RBC Foundation is committed to supporting emerging artists across Canada and is proud to support Canadian Art on the Editorial Mentorship program.