Megan Morman

Megan Morman’s transdisciplinary visual practice explores the roles of gossip, storytelling, and play in establishing the professional identities of artists and cultural workers. Her portraits and text-based installations have shown in solo exhibitions at galleries across Canada, including the Art Gallery of Alberta (Edmonton), Stride (Calgary), Neutral Ground (Regina), Artspace (Peterborough), & Galerie Sans Nom (Moncton). Morman grew up in rural Minnesota, and spent 15 years working in queer/arts non-profits in Saskatoon before moving to Lethbridge in 2012.

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