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Susannah Wesley
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Master of Fine Arts, Glasgow School of Art (UK) (2002)
BA (hons), Art major, Art History major, McMaster University (Canada) (1999)
Third Year Abroad, Leeds University (UK) (1997-98)

Members exhibition, SKOL, Montreal, CAN (2005)
Landscape with Swan, Nota Bene Gallery, Montreal, CAN (2005)
Perspectives in Watercolour, Leisure Gallery, Montreal, CAN (2004)
Group exhibition, Radnor St. Collective, Glasgow UK (2003)
The MFA Degree Show, Tramway, Glasgow, UK (2002)
Koffer Exhibtion, Koffer Gallery, Rotterdam, Holland (2002)
Burke Collection, Toronto, CAN (2001)
Haiku, Podium Gallery, Glasgow, UK (2001)
Haiku, Guildhall University, London, UK (2001)
Interim Show, Mackintosh Gallery, Glasgow, UK (2001)
Play on Grass, Leeds 13, Batofar, Paris, FR (2000)
Group Show, Faculty Gallery, McMaster University, Hamilton, CAN (1999)
Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, Toronto, CAN (1999)
Summa Exhibition, McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, CAN (1999)
Malady, the New Space, McMaster University, Hamilton, CAN (1999)
Group Show, Atrium Gallery, Henderson Hospital, Hamilton, CAN (1999)
Going Places, Leeds 13, Leeds, UK (1998)

Scottish Sculpture Workshop, Lumsden, Scotland (2002)
MFA, NIFCA, Helsinki, Finland (2001)
Batofar Residency, Leeds 13, Paris, FR (2000)

Curatorial Projects:
Leisure Projects, an ongoing collaborative curatorial project. www.leisuregallery.ca

Elizabeth Greenshield Award, 2000
The Canadian Federation of University Women (Hamilton) Scholarship, 1996

Curatorial and Teaching Experience:
Assistant Director/Curator, Liane & Danny Taran Gallery, Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montreal, QC ( 2004 – present)
Education Officer, Centre of Contemporary Arts, Glasgow, UK (2003-2004)
Tutor, Continuing Education, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, UK (2001–2002)
Visiting Artist, Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, FIN (2001)
Researcher, Dawson Films, London, UK (2000)
Art Designer, Mystic Women of the Middle Ages, Red Canoe Productions, CAN (2000)
Teaching Assistant, Art Department, McMaster University, CAN (1998 –1999)
Teaching Assistant, Art History Department, McMaster University, CAN (1998 –1999)
Programming Assistant, Workers’ Arts and Heritage Centre, CAN (1998)