Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba
710 Rosser Avenue, Unit 2
Board of Directors
Lonnie Patterson (Appointed September 24, 2015)
Marnie Evans (Appointed September 18, 2012)
Neil Cristall (Appointed March 19, 2013)
Kathy Moscou (Appointed September 25, 2014)
Peter Morin (Appointed September 25, 2014)
Danielle Adriaansen (Appointed September 24, 2015)
Angella Taylor Spence (Appointed September 22, 2016)
Heather Duncan (Appointed September 22, 2016)
Cathy Mattes (Appointed September 22, 2016)
Jen Janssens (Appointed September 25, 2017)
John Hampton is a Curator, Arts Administrator, and Artist of Chickasaw and mixed-European ancestry. He comes to the AGSM from Trinity Square Video, where he served as the Artistic Director, and from the Art Museum at the University of Toronto, where he held a two-year position as the Aboriginal Curator in Residence. He holds an MVS in Curatorial Studies from the University of Regina, and a BA in Visual Arts from the University of Regina.
Natalia Lebedinskaia holds an MA in Art History from Concordia University, where she also received her BFA in Art History and Studio Arts. She has held curatorial and art administration internships at The Banff Centre for the Arts and Walter Phillips Gallery in Banff, Alberta. In 2009, she co-founded Studio Béluga, an exhibition and residency program in Montréal that is run as a self-pedagogical community with a board of artists, art historians and curators. Natalia has also worked independently on projects and publications for Art Mûr, FOFA Gallery, Les Ateliers Jean Brillant, and Centre des arts actuels Skol, in Montréal. She is currently a curator on LandMarks2017, and is on multiple boards and committees including Urban Shaman Gallery and Brandon Folk, Music & Art Society.
Her research interests focus on the ethics of exhibition and display, especially as they relate to negotiations of personal memory in the public sphere. Her curatorial approach aims to build communities, both ephemeral and lasting, through exhibitions and programming.
Kevin Conlin holds a B.F.A. and is a ceramic artist with 18 years experience teaching at the college level, operating a ceramics related business and as a professional ceramics artist.
Gallery Services Coordinator
Kate Hill holds a B.F.A. in Art History from Salem College. Originally from North Carolina, Kate held the titles of docent, gift shop manager, and visitor liason at the Weatherspoon Art Museum for 7 years and a rendering artist and marketing assistant at an architecture firm for 9 years. Her interests are modern and contemporary art, oil painting, community involvement, cooking, traveling, hound dogs, and trivia.
Steph Foley, Maureen Schirmer