- Courses and Projects
- Student Work
- Sarah Wilkins | Protect The National parks! I Must Stop The Fire!
- Sarah Wilkins | Donair to remember
- Sarah Wilkins | A View of The National Parks
- Jack Hart | Mark in the Park
- Jack Hart | A Living Memorial
- Lorraine Albert | Steps Forward
- Lorraine Albert | Embodied Site
- Edith Hicks | The Living Procedure: Killick Hitch
- Isabelle Foisy | Fortitude
- David O’Shea | Queens Being Kings
- Matt Harrison | Centennial Relics
- Associated Artist
Ursula Johnson is a performance and installation artist of Mi’kmaw First Nation ancestry from Eskasoni First Nation.
She is currently based in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Johnson graduated from the NSCAD University in 2006 and has since participated in more than 30 group shows and five solo exhibitions. She has presented lectures and spoken in community forums on Indigenous self-determination, renegotiating conservation in Canadian institutions, environmental responsibility and sustainability, and the impact of economics on the Indigenous object. Johnson is a finalist for the 2016 Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Award. She was also a finalist for the 2015 Salt Spring National Art Prize and was long-listed for the Sobey Art Award in 2014, 2015 and 2016.