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Public Collections

Agnes Etherington Art Gallery, Kingston, Ontario Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, Brandon, Manitoba Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia Bank of Montreal Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, New Brunswick Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, Ontario Canadian Museum of Civilization, Ottawa, Ontario City of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario Fotomuseum Winterthur, […]

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Public Lectures

2018 Art Gallery of Burlington, Burlington, ON Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, Brandon, MB Lions Bay Colloquium and Networking Event, Lions Bay, BC 2017 Strathcona County Art Gallery @501, Strathcona, Edmonton, AB University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, AB 2016 NorVa, Flin Flon, Manitoba Ottawa School of Art Gallery, […]

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Documentaries

2014 Starry Night Exchange (with Ken Gregory) , MTS TV – Stores from Home 2013 Pussy Fingers Goes to Paris, Noam Gonick, Director, Wild Boars of Manitoba, Inc. 2011 Art and Stone, Paula Kelly, Writer/ Director/Producer, Journey Films Inc. 2010 Sex and Religion, Vision TV 2009 The Artist Next Door, MTS Winnipeg on Demand 2004 Zig […]

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Publications

Allen, Jan. The Female Imaginary (exhibition catalogue). Kingston: Agnes Etherington Art Gallery,1994. Boss, Michael. The Bloody Theatre: Giving Death Its Due and Angela Plohman, At a distance: Investigation sensorial response (exhibition brochure). St. Norbert Arts and Cultural Centre, 1999. Brunner, Astrid. “Diana Thorneycroft: Touching: the Self”. Blackflash vol. 9, no. 2 (Summer 1991), pp. 7-12. Carver, Antonio, ed. Blink. […]

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Reviews

2019 Volmers, Eric. “Exposure focuses on female photographers with new group exhibit”, Calgary Herald, Feb. 2 ………………………………………. 2018 Gessell, Paul. “Bosch’s sister”, Galleries West, July 9 Wong, Kiddy. “Pony tales and enchanted forests”, Winnipeg Free Press, June 22 ………………………………………. 2017 Lynn, Robbie. “Penises and protrusions in the Yellow Box Gallery”, The Aquinian, Dec. 5 Gessell, Paul. “Diana […]

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Group Exhibitions

2019 LensCulture: Visual Story Telling, Aperture Gallery, NYC The Female Lens. Christine Klassen Gallery, Calgary, AB Revolting. Frost Shield Kerfuffle Collective, The Edge Gallery, Winnipeg, MB ………………………………………. 2018 The Only Thing We Have In Common Is That Some Of Us Are Nice. Frost Shield Kerfuffle Collective, Cre8ery Gallery, Winnipeg, MB ………………………………………. 2017 Felled Trees: The […]

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Two & Three Person Shows

2015 Altered States: The Ordinary Transformed.Buhler Art Gallery. Winnipeg, MB ………………………………………. 2014 Hogs and Horses. Howard Gurevich Fine Art, Winnipeg, MB ………………………………………. 2008 Desire and Domination — Imagining the Psyche. Nanaimo Art Gallery, B.C. ………………………………………. 2002-03 Foul Play (with Michael Boss). Eye Level Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Galerie Sans Nom, Moncton, N.B., , Winnipeg, MB ………………………………………. […]

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Solo Exhibitions

  2019 Black Forest (dark waters). La Maison de la Culture Frontenac, Montreal, QU Black Forest (village). Vernon Public Art Gallery, Vernon, BC ………………………………………. 2018 Black Forest (dark waters). Art Gallery of Burlington, Burlington, ON, Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, Brandon, MB ………………………………………. 2017 Carnival of Tails, Tongues and other Protrusions. Yellow Box Gallery, Fredericton, NB […]

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Awards

LensCulture Visual Storytelling Award 2019 (Juror’s Pick) Winnipeg Film Group First Film Fund award, 2019 Manitoba Arts Award of Distinction, 2016 Winnipeg Arts Council “Making a Mark” Award, 2009 Most Outstanding Teacher Award, School of Art, University of Manitoba, 2002 Nomination, Roloff Beny Award, 2002 Fleck Fellowship, Banff Centre for the Arts, 2001

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Profile

Diana Thorneycroft is a Winnipeg artist who has exhibited various bodies of work across Canada, the United States and Europe, as well as in Moscow, Tokyo and Sydney. She is the recipient of numerous awards including the 2016 Manitoba Arts Award of Distinction, an Assistance to Visual Arts Long-term Grant from the Canada Council, several Senior […]

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