Peggy Gale

Peggy Gale

Peggy Gale studied art history at the University of Toronto and Università degli Studi (Florence), and has published extensively on time-based works by contemporary artists. She was editor of Video re/View: The (best) Source for Critical Writings on Canadian Artists’ Video (with Lisa Steele, 1996), and Artists Talk 1969-1977, from The Press of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax (2004) among many other titles. More recently, she edited PUBLIC Journal 44 (January 2012) on Experimental Media. Her essay “All These Years: Early Toronto Video,” appeared in Explosion in the Movie Machine: Histories of Toronto Moving Image Culture, ed. Chris Gehman, Images Festival. An independent curator since the mid-1970s, she organized Tout le temps/Every Time (La Biennale de Montréal, 2000) and was co-curator (with Doina Popescu) for Archival Dialogues: Reading the Black Star Collection, inaugurating the Ryerson Image Centre (Toronto) in September 2012. She was also co-curator of the most recent Biennale de Montréal titled (L’avenir (looking forward), October 2014-January 2015. 

In 2006, Peggy Gale was awarded the Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts.

March 23, 6:00PM
Please note that the workshop has been moved from March 15 to March 23.
 
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