Associate Professor, Drawing
Miruna Dragan is a post-conceptual artist whose work reflects themes of locality and dispersion through questions of imminence and transcendence. Operating within and between various modes of studio research including drawing, lens-based media, site-specific intervention and others, her work interprets surreal geographies through the reanimation of archetypes, myths and symbols.
MFA, Painting/Printmaking, Rhode Island School of Design.
Collegiate Teaching Certificate, Center for Teaching and Learning, Brown University.
BA, Studio Art, University of California, Davis.
Selected Professional Activity:
TBD (Solo Exhibition), Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, 2016.
Shadows Mirror Shadows (Solo Exhibition), G Gallery, Toronto, 2014.
The Wood And Wave Each Other Know, (Screening), Integral House, Toronto, 2014.
The Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, 2013.
Felix Coeli Porta (Permanent Fresco), Museo de la Ciudad, Queretaro, Mexico, 2012.
C Magazine, Review: “Splendid Isolation”, Andrea Williamson, Autumn Issue 119, 2013.
Canadian Art, Review: “The Wood And Wave Each Other Know”, Jan Peacock, Spring Issue, 2012.
National Post (CA), Article: “Not Exactly Par For The Course”, Leah Sandals, July 23, 2010.
Individual Project Grant, Alberta Foundation for the Arts, 2014.
Faculty Professional Affairs Fund, ACAD, 2014.
Scholarly Research & Creativity Initiative Fund, ACAD, 2012.