Queen's Unviersity Fine Art Programme Presents:
March 19'th, 2:30 PM
Stirling Lecture Hall B
All are welcome to attend. The BFA Programme plays host to a variety of artist talks and seminars throughout the year.
Joscelyn Gardner is a Caribbean/Canadian visual artist working primarily with printmaking and site-specific multimedia installation (video/sound). Her contemporary practice probes colonial material culture found in Caribbean archives to explore her (white) Creole identity from a postcolonial feminist perspective.
She holds a BFA and BA (Film) from Queen’s, and a MFA from the University of Western. She currently teaches in the School of Contemporary Media at Fanshawe College.