MISSY LEBLANC // firstname.lastname@example.org
Missy LeBlanc is TRUCK’s 2019 emerging curatorial resident. LeBlanc is an arts administrator of Métis, Cree, and Polish decent. She recently completed an internship at the National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC and is currently the Program Coordinator for Ociciwan Contemporary Art Collective. LeBlanc holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta, majoring in the History of Art, Design, and Visual Culture and Sociology; as well as a Diploma in Arts & Cultural Management from MacEwan University.
LeBlanc is an emerging curator and arts writer with work appearing in Canadian Art and IMAA’s Perspectives series. Recent curatorial projects include Reverberate, a curated film & video art screening as part of the NIMAC Listen, Witness, Transmit Conference in Saskatoon, SK in June 2018 and What is Known of Old and Long Familiar by Kasie Campbell in Edmonton, AB at Creative Practices Institute in May 2016. LeBlanc was born, raised, and is currently based in Edmonton, AB.
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