Michelle Jacques Named Chief Curator at Victoria art gallery

Jacques is currently on the boards of Vtape and the Feminist Art Gallery

Michelle Jacques

Michelle Jacques has been named Chief Curator at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria.

For most of the past 15 years, Jacques has held various curatorial positions in the contemporary and Canadian departments of the Art Gallery of Ontario, where she is currently the acting curator, Canadian art.

From 2002 to 2004, she was the director of programming at the Centre for Art Tapes in Halifax.

“Michelle’s broad range of experience as a curator, from historical to contemporary, will make her an ideal addition to the curatorial team at the AGGV,” said gallery director Jon Tupper.

Jacques is also an educator. She has taught writing, art history and curatorial studies at NSCAD University, the University of Toronto and OCAD University and is currently adjunct faculty at York University.

She is currently on the boards of Vtape and the Feminist Art Gallery and is past board member of the artist-run contemporary art centre Mercer Union, all in Toronto.

Jacques received a B.A. in art history and psychology from Queens University and an M.A. in art history from York University.

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