Anthea Black

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Anthea Black is a Canadian artist, writer, and cultural worker. Her studio work takes the form of prints, bookworks, drawing, textiles, video and performance to address feminist and queer histories, collaboration, materiality, and archives. She has exhibited in Canada, the US, the Netherlands, France, and Norway. She is co-editor of two new books: HANDBOOK: Supporting Queer and Trans Students in Art and Design Education (with Shamina Chherawala) and Craft on Demand: the new politics of the handmade (with Nicole Burisch), and curator of Super String, Pleasure Craft and No Place: Queer Geographies on Screen.

2018

Longevity or a Lack Thereof, group exhibition at MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, Canada.

Queer Geographies residency at Anima Casa in San Isidro Mazatepec, Mexico.

A Conversation on Queer Publishing and book launch with Nick Shick and Art Metropole at ACID FREE Book Art Market, Blum and Poe Gallery, Los Angeles.

Deviant Practices research residency/exhibition at Van Abbe Museum, Netherlands.

The HIV HOWLER: Transmitting Art and Activism artists' newspaper release at AIDS 2018, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

 

Assistant Professor, Printmaking

 ablack@cca.edu