Public Programs Manager, Agnes Etherington Art Centre
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Pat Sullivan is the Public Programs Manager at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre. She works with the curators on exhibition-related programming, and develops other educational opportunities for a wide variety of learners. Notable projects include: curating the exhibition Protection and Social Harmony in the Art of West and Central Africa (2013), coordinating web resources on the Justin and Elisabeth Lang Collection of African Art (2012) and Edward Burtynsky (2008), and developing interpretive strategies in exhibitions, such as a video for Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge: Working Culture (2008) and an oral history audio station for Agnes Etherington: A Legacy (2004). A recipient of several awards from the Ontario Association of Art Galleries, Sullivan worked in Education at the Art Gallery of Ontario before coming to Queen's in 1999. She holds Bachelor degrees in English and Art History from York University and a Master of Arts, Art History, from Queen's University. Sullivan is also affiliated with the Cultural Studies Program and the Faculty of Education.