Art Historian, Anna Hudson, speaks in Art Now, Mar 22, Recital Hall at 12 noon

Monday, March 22, 2010 - 6:00am - 7:00am
Event Location: 
Recital Hall 12:00 noon March 22, 2009


Anna Hudson was the associate curator of Canadian art at the Art Gallery of Ontario before joining the Department of Visual Arts at York University in 2004. She brings with her an intimate knowledge of curatorial practice in Canada's public art galleries and museums, with hands-on experience in collections management and policy, exhibit planning and design, conservation issues, cultural property and fair market evaluation, provenance research and catalogue research and writing.
Professor Hudson has curated a wide variety of exhibitions and permanent collection installations including: Woman as Goddess: Liberated Nudes by Robert Markle and Joyce Wieland, and Inuit Art in Motion (co-curated), both of which received Ontario Association of Art Galleries 2004 Juried Awards of Merit, and recently The Nude in Modern Canadian Art 1920 -1950. She has published extensively on Canadian art and continues to pursue research in the area of her doctoral dissertation, Art and Social Progress: The Toronto Community of Painters, 1933-1950.
Attached image: cover The Nude in Modern Canadian art 1920 – 1950