Curriculum Vitae

jennifer.pride.artist@gmail.com


EDUCATION

2013 – Library Information and Technology diploma, University of the Fraser Valley
2010 – Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree Program, University of the Fraser Valley


SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2014 – Something More Than This, University of the Fraser Valley Gallery, Abbotsford BC

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017 – Discovery: Balance, Annual juried exhibition for new and emerging artist, Seymour Art Gallery, North Vancouver BC
2016 – J + T : a hand curated popup exhibition, partnered show with Tara Lynn Kozma-Perrin, Sixth Street Popup, New Westminster BC
2013 – 
Through Misery and Fantasy, partnered show Tara Lynn Kozma-Perrin, University of the Fraser Vallery Gallery, Abbotsford BC
2011 – Higher Learning, The Apolaustics Collective Show, Uinversity of the Fraser Valley  Gallery, Abbotsford BC
2010 – Cannot Not, Bachelors of Fine Arts Grad Show, University of the Fraser Valley Gallery, Abbotsford, BC
2009 – New Media Three Exhibition, University of the Fraser Valley Gallery, Abbotsford, BC
2008 – Selfish, Senior Sculpture Exhibition, University of the Fraser Valley Gallery, Abbotsford, BC
2006 – Pop Culture Exhibition, University of the Fraser Valley Gallery, Abbotsford BC
2006 – Multiples, University of the Fraser Valley Gallery, Abbotsford BC

AWARDS and SCHOLARSHIPS

2013 – Dean’s List for Distinguished Honours
2010 – Dean’s List for Distinguished Honours
2009 – Langley Players Bursary for the Arts
2009 – McCaffrey Endowment Scholarship: for superior academic standard and an outstanding studio practice and commitment to Visual Arts student life
2009 – University of the Fraser Valley Volunteer Award
2007 – Community Theatre Coalition of BC, Nominated Best Lead Actress, Halo, Langley Players Theatre Company
2007 – Langley Players Bursary for the Arts

ORGANIZATIONAL EXPERIENCE

2014 to 2015 – Abbotsford Arts Council, Board Member
2009 to 2010 – Visual Arts Student Association, Vice President, University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford BC
2008 to 2009 – Visual Arts Student Association, President, University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford BC
2007 to 2008 – Visual Arts Student Association, Vice President, University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford BC

WORK EXPERIENCE

2015 to Present – Reference Assistant – Music, Arts and Architecture Library, University of British Columbia
2013 to 2014 – 
Education Coordinator – The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford
2012 to 2014 – 
Visual Resources Technician – Visual Arts Department, University of the Fraser Valley
2012 to 2014 – Arts Facilitator – The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford.
2011 (Summer) – Events & Marketing Asst. – The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford
2010 to 2011 – Visual Arts Foundation Studio Work Study – The University of the Fraser Valley

COMMISSIONS

2007 – Belizian Market,  5’ 3” x 4’ 3”, Cheryl Dilschneider, Private Collection
2005 – Study in Red, 4’ x 3’, Michelle Richards, Private Collection.


PERFORMANCES

2014 – PechaKucha Abbotsford speaker, Why Touring Counts, The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford, Abbotsford BC
2007 – 
Halo, Langley Players Theatre Company


PROMOTION/PUBLICATION

2010 – The Cheaper Show No. 9, video documentation and interview of selected 3 University of the Fraser Valley BFA Graduates, 2010


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

2014 to 2015 – Abbotsford Arts Council Member
2006 to 2009 – Langley Players Theatre Company Member, Langley, BC
1996 to 2006 – Surrey Little Theatre Member, Surrey Little Theatre, Surrey, BC.


PUBLIC SERVICE

2010 to Present – Volunteer – The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford, Gallery Attendant/Docent
2006 to Present – Volunteer – Langley Players Community Theatre, Front of House
1996 to Present – Volunteer – Surrey Little Theatre, Front of House


PROFESSION DEVELOPMENT

2011 – Attended Library conference at Vancouver Art Gallery, Library in Motion, Adam Lauder, W.P. Scott Chair for Research in e-Librarianship from York University.
2010 – UFV Visual Arts London Study Tour
2008 – UFV Visual Arts New York Study Tour

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