Jill Allan

Sessional Faculty

Craft + Emerging Media

I think of myself as a hybrid: designer/craft-maker/artist. I love the idea of crossover between these different approaches to working.

Originally from Vancouver Island, Jill Allan is an artist and instructor teaching in the glass area at Alberta College of Art and Design. She travelled to Ohio in 2011 to undertake her MFA at Bowling Green State University and graduated in 2013.

She has worked to design, make and promote her own work as an artist since graduating from ACAD in 1999. Her work can be found in the collection of ACAD Calgary, the Corning Museum of Glass New York, Kirkwood Community College Iowa, and the Canadian Craft Museum, Vancouver.

Education:

BFA, Glass, ACAD

MFA, Glass, Bowling Green State University

Selected Professional Activity:

Exhibitions

Common Ground Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society' Project Space at the esker, Calgary

'Milestones' Bowling Green State University, Ohio

'It Takes All Kinds'  Gilded Pear Gallery Iowa

'Design in Canada, Outstanding Achievement From British Columbia' Canada House Gallery, Canadian High Commission, London

Selected Publications:

Dr. Alice E. Wilson Fellowship Candian Federation of University Women

BC Creative Achievement Award                                                                                       

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