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Curriculum Vitae

 
Education
  • 2012-2015 Master of Fine Arts, Studio Art, University of Saskatchewan

  • 2007-2012 Bachelor of Fine Arts with Great Distinction, Studio Art, University of Saskatchewan

Awards and Accomplishments
  • CARFAC Saskatchewan Mentorship Program — Ceramics with Paula Cooley (2016-2017).

  • Nomination:  WAGS Distinguished Master's Thesis Award for thesis “SelfSame,” (2015)

  • Mina Forsyth Master of Fine Arts Collection Award, University of Saskatchewan (2015).

  • University of Saskatchewan Graduate Scholarship (UGS) (2012).

  • Academic Scholarship, University of Saskatchewan (2009/2010).

  • Entrance Scholarship, University of Saskatchewan (2007/2008).

Teaching Experience
  • 2012 - University of Saskatchewan, ART111.6, Foundation I Painting

  • 2013 - University of Saskatchewan, ART112.6 Foundation I Drawing 

  • 2019 - University of Saskatchewan, Community Arts and Artisanship Program, Painting I: Basic Techniques and Fundamentals

Exhibitions

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2019 ShapeShift, Darrell Bell Gallery, Saskatoon

  • 2016 Passage, The Gallery, Frances Morrison Library, Saskatoon

  • 2015 SelfSame, MFA exhibition, Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, Saskatoon

  • 2012 Split, BFA exhibition by Maia Stark, Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, Saskatoon

 

Group Exhibitions (selected)

  • 2018 Small Worlds, Darrell Bell Gallery, Saskatoon, SK.

  • 2017 Dimensions 2017, Touring Exhibition, host institution: Saskatchewan Craft Council, Saskatoon, SK.

  • 2015 Cautionary Tales: Cate Francis and Maia Stark, Void Gallery, Saskatoon, SK.

  •  2014 Parapraxis, Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, Saskatoon, SK.

  • 2014 Interchange, Fifth Parallel Gallery, Regina, SK.

  • 2013 Nest, Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, Saskatoon, SK.

  • 2012 Ink Slab presents: Dog and Pony Show, Frances Morrison Library, Saskatoon, SK.

  • 2011 Ink Slab, Hague Gallery, Regina, SK. 

Collections
  • Saskatchewan Arts Board Permanent Collection, Regina SK

  • Private Collections in Canada, and the US

Publications
  • Featured in The Crafted Dish by Carole Epp & National Clay Week (2017)

  • Selected Artist Dimensions 2017 Catalogue by the Saskatchewan Craft Council (2017)

  • SelfSame by Maia Stark, MFA Thesis, College of Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan (2014)

Professional and Community Affiliations
  • CARFAC Saskatchewan member, 2016 - present.

  • Saskatchewan Craft Council member, 2017-2018.

  • ArtSpace board member, 2016 - 2019.

  • Ink Slab member, 2010-2012.