Amy Ash

Amy Ash is a multi-disciplinary artist whose practice incorporates curatorial projects, teaching and learning, installation, collage, illustration and other forms of making.

Originally from New Brunswick, Canada, Ash holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Mount Allison University (CA) and a Bachelor of Education from the University of New Brunswick (CA).  Her work understands personal and cultural cosmologies and lore as notions formed by the connectivity of memory, object, value, place, experience and their respective truths and fictions. She has exhibited and curated programmes in Canada, Japan and the UK. Recently, she completed a thematic residency, Truth Lies and Lore, at the Banff Centre for the Arts, for which she was awarded a bursary from the Peter McKendrick Endowment Fund for Visual Artists. She regularly delivers gallery learning programmes and has upcoming exhibitions at St. Thomas University (Fredericton, Canada) and Gerald Moore Gallery (London, UK), and an upcoming residency at Stiwdio Maelor (Corris, Wales). 

Amy Ash currently lives and works in London, UK. Amy Ash’s practice moves between curatorial projects, teaching and learning, installation, and other forms of making. Originally from New Brunswick, Canada, Ash holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Mount Allison University and a Bachelor of Education from the University of New Brunswick. Ash’s work aims to reveal the staging behind the construction and regeneration of personal and cultural cosmologies, through explorations of contiguity and situated knowledge. She has exhibited and curated programmes in Canada, Japan and the UK and has participated in residencies in Canada (The Banff Centre for the Arts), Wales (Stiwdio Maelor) and London (Gerald Moore Gallery). Her projects have received the generous support of Arts Council England, The Peter McKendrick Endowment Fund for Visual Artists and the Canada Council for the Arts.

Although she returns to Atlantic Canada as often as possible, Amy Ash currently lives and works in London, UK.

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