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Belinda Harrow

Belinda Harrow was born in 1971 in Christchurch, New Zealand, but came to Saskatchewan with her family at the age of three. She received a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon in 1993, and began her art studies at the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design, where she completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1996. Harrow went on to earn a Master of Fine Arts from Canterbury University in Christchurch, New Zealand (2005). She has taught at the Design and Art College of New Zealand (2005-2009) and has served as guest lecturer at Tshinghua University School of Art & Design (Beijing, China, 2007) and at the National Institute of Design (Ahmedabad, India, 2009).

Harrow has worked in a variety of mediums, including painting, installations, sculpture, printmaking, drawing, and fabric. Her work has been exhibited in group and solo exhibitions in Canada, New Zealand, the UK, China, and Thailand. Recently, her work has been the subject of solo shows in Whitehorse (2011) and Dawson City, Yukon (2012). Her work is part of the Yukon Government's permanent collection.

Harrow has received numerous awards and grants, and in 2000 Harrow represented Canada as the Royal Overseas Travel Scholarship recipient. Harrow has completed artist residencies in Scotland as well as in Canada, including in Whitehorse (2009) and Inuvik, NWT (2010). She is a member of CARFAC.

Belinda Harrow lives and works in Regina, Saskatchewan.


Curriculum Vitae

Education

2004 - 2005 MFA in Sculpture with Distinction, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

1995 - 1996 BFA Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

1989 - 1993 BA Honours in English University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Solo Exhibitions

2014 Glancing Blows, Slate Fine Art Gallery,Regina,SK, Canada

2013 TRADE/SURVIVAL/NEED, Estevan Art Gallery & Museum, SK, Canada

2013 The Trade, Bruno Art Bank, Bruno SK, Canada

2013 Giant Bingo, Art Gallery of Regina, SK, Canada

2012 Giant Bingo, ODD Gallery, KIAC, Dawson City, YT, Canada

2011 The Trade, Yukon Art Centre Community Gallery, Whitehorse YT

2007 Want or Need, Tsinghua University Art Gallery, Beijing, China

2007 Want or Need, Blue Oyster Art Project Space, Dunedin, New Zealand

2005 Five Sparrows, Campbell Grant Galleries, Christchurch, New Zealand

2005 Plain and Fancy, High Street Project, Christchurch, NZ

2004 Romantic Traffic, University of Canterbury SOFA Gallery, Christchurch, NZ

2003 Trek, Chapel Gallery, North Battleford SK, Canada

2002 Taking Pictures, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon SK, Canada

2001 LoveandWar, Frances Morrison Library Art Gallery, Saskatoon SK, Canada

2000 LoveandWar, Blue Oyster Art Project Space, Dunedin, New Zealand

1996 If I’m Driving Who’ll Read the Map? Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax NS

Selected Group Exhibitions

2011 Melting Ice: An Erotic Thawing, Gallery 22, Whitehorse YT, Canada

2010 Great Northern Arts Festival, Inuvik, Northwest Territory, Canada

2009 Survival of the Fittest: Part II. SOFA Gallery, University of Canterbury. Christchurch, NZ

2008 Survival of the Fittest. Whitecliffe Galleries. Auckland, New Zealand

2007 Common Currency, Silpakom University Gallery, Bankok Thailand, and Design & Art College of New Zealand, Christchurch, New Zealand

2006 - 2007 National Drawing Exhibition, Artspace, Auckland NZ and Physics Room Contemporary Artists Space, Christchurch New Zealand

2005 - 2007 Artists in Place, Heather Cline, Belinda Harrow and Wendy Nelson, OSAC and SK Arts Board touring exhibition, SK, Canada

2005 Mastery, SOFA Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand, POPuluxe, Jonathan Smart Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand

2004 Field Trip, University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts Sculpture Department Exhibition, Canterbury Museum, Christchurch, New Zealand

2003 Out of the Archives, Artist Books from the AKA, AKA Artist Run Centre, Saskatoon SK, Canada

2002 Royal Over-seas League 2002 Scholarship Exhibition, London, England

2001 Launch, The Landing Services Building, Timaru, NZ

2000 Sculpture in the Garden, Governors Bay, New Zealand

1996 Forms & Texts, Linda Greenberg Gallery, Ottawa ON, Canada The Drawing Exchange Exhibition, Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax NS, Canada and MacDonald Steward Art Centre, Guelph ON, Canada

Residencies

2013 Resident Artist, University of Regina, Visual Arts (Summer Program)

2009 Ted Harrison Artist Retreat – Artist in Residence, Whitehorse, Yukon

2003 - 2004 Saskatchewan Arts Board Artist-in-Residence, sponsored by the University of Saskatchewan Arts Council, Bruno SK, Canada

2002 - 2003 Saskatchewan Arts Board Artist-in-Residence, sponsored by the University of Saskatchewan Arts Council, Bruno SK, Canada

2001 Patrick Alan Fraser Foundation, Hospitalfield, Arbroath Scotland

Grants and Awards

2009 Travel Grant, Saskatchewan Arts Board

2004 Jane Rounick Memorial Sculpture Award, University of Canterbury

2004 Saskatchewan Arts Board Professional Development “C” Grant

2002-2003 CARFAC SASK Mentorship Program

2001 - 2002 Royal Over-seas League Travel Scholarship, representing Canada

2001 Creative New Zealand, Creative Communities Grant

2000 Creative New Zealand, Creative Communities Grant

Teaching and Curatorial Experience

Jan 2009 Guest Lecturer, National Institute of Design (NID), Ahemdabad, India

April 2007 Guest Lecturer, Tshinghua University School of Art & Design, Beijing China

2005 Design and Art College of New Zealand, Christchurch, New Zealand

2000 Curator “Launch” at the Landing Services Building, Timaru, NZ

1998 - 2001 Education Curator Aigantighe Art Gallery, Timaru, New Zealand Curated exhibitions from the permanent collection

Publications and Catalogues

Apr 2012 Animals and Lines of Desire, Catalogue by Meg Walker

Jan 2009 Survival of the Fittest, Part II, Catalogue by Robyn Pickens

Aug 2008 Survival of the Fittest, Catalogue by Lesley Knight

Mar 2007 Want or Need, Catalogue by Barbara Garrie and Rupert Wiese

Mar 2007 The Listener, March 24-30 2007, Vol 208 no. 3489, by David Eggleton,

Winter 2005 Art New Zealand, reviewed by Gina Irish, page 56

Mar 2005 Mastery, SOFA Catalogue

Feb 2005 POPulux, Catalogue by Andrew Paul Wood

Jan 2003 Folio Artists by Artists, page 8

Dec 2002 Overseas Magazine “ROSL Arts Scholars 2001” page 6

Oct 2002 CARFAC SASK Newsletter “London Show caps ROSL Scholarship” page 3

2002 Royal Over-seas League Travel Scholarship Exhibition Catalogue

2002 Art News New Zealand “Sketches” page 31

Symposiums and Workshops

2008 Scape “Towards Wandering Lines” symposium Christchurch NZ

2008 Tending Networks: the 5th Aotearoa Digital Arts Symposium, Christchurch New Zealand

2006 Scape “Don’t Misbehave” symposium Christchurch New Zealand

2001 Curator and Artist Forum, Dundee Centre of Contemporary Art, Scotland

2000 Post-Object and Performance Art in New Zealand from the 1970s and Beyond, Christchurch, New Zealand

 

 


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