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EDUCATION

PhD in Education, University of Ottawa, near completion.

Alternative Education Qualification, Nipissing University Continuing Teacher Education, North Bay, Ontario, 2014.

Master of Arts in Education: Concentration in Society, Culture, and Literacies. University of Ottawa, 2012-2014.

Bachelor of Education, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario. Developing a Global Perspective for Educators – co-curricular certificate, 2011-2012.

Bachelor of Media Art: Film, Video and Integrated Media, Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, 2006-2009.

Development Studies, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, 2003-2004.

COMMUNITY ART PROJECTS

Imagine Action Youth Council, (Ongoing projects in collaboration with Place des Artistes de Farrellton’s Youth Council), La Pêche, QC, 2020-ongoing.

(Un)School (In collaboration with Cara Tierney), Ottawa Arts Court, Ottawa, ON, 2018.

Public Living Room Project (In collaboration with Blink Art Collective and 100In1Day Canada), Ottawa, ON, 2016.

Summerhill on Major’s Hill (In collaboration with Adam Brown), Blink Art Gallery, Major’s Hill Park, Ottawa, ON, 2015.

Here They Said in Habitat Island- A Community Video Project (Supported by Western Front Artist-Run-Centre), Vancouver, BC, 2008-2009.

ART EXHIBITS 

Data/Dada, Cabinet of Curiosities, Place des Artistes de Farrellton, QC, 2021

Friendship Channel (collaboration with Blink Collective), Chinatown Remixed, Ottawa, ON, 2016.

Free School, (Un)supported, Blink Gallery, Ottawa, ON, 2015.

Grand-maman’s living room, Sketch Fundraiser, Saw Gallery, Ottawa, ON, 2014. 

Performing g(hosts) II, Blink Gallery, Ottawa, ON, 2014. 

Performing g(hosts) I, Gallery 115, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, 2014.

AuditionTapes, National University of Australia School of Art Gallery, Sydney, Australia, 2014.

The Hollow Tree, The Brow Gallery, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC, 2010.

I am not Paul McCartney, Abraham J. Rogatnick Media Gallery, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC, 2009   

fet-shzm, Emily Carr University of Art and Design Graduation Exhibit, Vancouver, BC, 2009.

Net(work), VIVO Media Arts Centre, Vancouver, BC, 2009. 

Talking Head, VIVO Media Arts Centre, Vancouver, BC, 2008.

Audition Tapes, Abraham J. Rogatnick Media Gallery, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC, 2008.                       

En(gender)ed, Emily Carr University of Art and Design Concourse, Vancouver, BC, 2007.

Relearn, Abraham J. Rogatnick Media Gallery, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC, 2006. 

CURATION

Inhabiting/Living Practice, Hatch Gallery, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, 2019.

My Mother Worked in a Factory, The Brow Gallery, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC, 2008.

MEMBERSHIP

Place des Artistes de Farrellton Co-op, Farrellton, QC.

National Art Education Association, January 2013-Present.

Canadian Society for Education Through the Arts, Executive Member (Graduate Student Representative), January 2013-Present.

Canadian Society for Studies in Education, January 2013-Present.

Blink Gallery Artist Collective (funded by the Ontario Arts Council), Ottawa, Ontario. October 2015-2017.

ART PANELS

Digital Art and Education, Tournée numérique – Digital tour 2019 – Culture Outaouais, Ottawa Art Gallery, 2019.

Working Together, Stonecroft Symposium, Carleton University Art Gallery, 2019

Summerhill on Major’s Hill, Guest artist/speaker for ‘Cultural engineering’Saw Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

PRESENTATIONS/ARTIST TALKS

Cloutier, G., Davids, J., Di Stefano, I., & Dunham, J. (2021). A creative self-care zine for teachers: a collaborative verb in/action. Presented at the Canadian Art Education Association Conference (CSEA / SCEA), Encounters: Art Education, Social Justice, and Democracy, Virtual Conference.   

Cloutier, G., Flagel, N., Lorenzi, L., & Rowe. G.  (2019). Honouring the collective pieces of experimental and collaborative transdisciplinary mail art: A participatory arts-based research workshop. Presented at the International Society for Education through the Arts Conference, University of British Columbia.

Cloutier, G., Flagel, N., Lorenzi, L., & Rowe. G.  (2019). Getting lost in Art and Research (T)Here: the emergent possibilities of arts-based and artistic research within transdisciplinary academic spaces. Presented at the International Society for Education through the Arts Conference, University of British Columbia.

Shields, A., & Cloutier, G. (2019). Inhabiting/Living Practice. Presented at the International Society for Education through the Arts Conference, University of British Columbia.

Cloutier, G. (2019). Art and research (t)here: a transdisciplinary and collaborative arts-based research project. Presented at the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), University of British Columbia.

Watt, D., Baroud, J., & Cloutier. G. (2019). Presented at the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), University of British Columbia.

Cloutier, G. (2018). Language Learning at the Art Museum, Presented at the American Educational Research Association, New York, New York. 

Cloutier, G. (2017). Arts-based methods, interdisciplinarity and transformational potential, Presented at the Creative Connections Conference, Fredericton, New Brunswick.

Cloutier, G. (2017). Social Practice Art and Alternative Pedagogical Experimentation, Presented at the Canadian Network for Arts and Learning Conference, Ottawa, Ontario.

Cloutier, G. (2017). Introduction to arts-based research. Guest speaker in Qualitative Research Methodologies (EDU7190), University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario.

Cloutier, G. (2016). Democratic Education at Summerhill on Major’s Hill, Presented at the Canadian Society for Education through Art (CSEA), Victoria, BC.

Cseke-Robinson, M., & Cloutier, G. (2016). Imagination, creativity and innovation at University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Education, Presented at the Canadian Society for Education through Art (CSEA), Victoria, BC.

Cloutier, G. (2015). Art and Education. Guest speaker in Cultural Studies and Education: Theory and Praxis (EDU5463), University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario.

Cloutier, G. (2015). Moving from art school to the academy as an a/r/tographic spatiality. Presented at the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), University of Ottawa.

Cloutier, G. (2015). A silenced First Nation ancestry and the difficult spaces in-between. Presented at the 5th Triennial International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Conference, University of Ottawa.

Morawski, C., & Cloutier, G. (2015). Memories and Station Stops: Two displaced teacher narratives. Presented at the 5th Triennial International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Conference, University of Ottawa.

Cloutier, G. (2014). An a/r/tographical inquiry of intergenerational narratives, a silenced Indigenous lineage and looking for home in a haunted house: A(wake). Artist talk in Graduate Literacy Seminar (EDU 5489), University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario.

Cloutier, G. (2014). Hauntological movement: An art installation as educational research. Presented at the Canadian Art Education Association Conference (CSEA / SCEA) Visual Revival Conference, Halifax, NS, 2014.

Cloutier, G. (2013). Contemporary art, interdisciplinarity & aesthetic relationalism: A collaborative performance and sculptural happening. Workshop presented at the 9th International Conference Holistic Learning: Breaking New Ground, Toronto, ON.

Cloutier, G. (2013). Rhizomatic manifestations of an art party. Presented at the Canadian Art Education Association (CSEA / SCEA) Interconnection Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Cloutier, G. (2013). Pedagogy of the Living. Presented at the Provoking Curriculum Studies As Strong Poets Conference, in association with the Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies and the University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario.

PUBLICATIONS 

Cloutier, G., Shields, A., Do-Nguyen, L., Jamouchi, S., & Gillard, Y. (forthcoming). “‘Becoming   I / We’” Together as Critical. In C. Burkholder., F. Aladejebi, & J. Schwab-Cartas. (Eds.), Facilitating community research for social change: Case studies in qualitative, arts-based and visual research. Routledge. 

Cloutier, G. (2019). Transformation and interdisciplinary arts-based methods. In B. Andrews (Ed.), Perspectives of arts education research in Canada, Volume I: Surveying the landscape. 

Cloutier, G., & Ali, N. G. (2018). Editorial. Canadian Art Teacher, 15(4), 3-4.

Cloutier, G., & Hart, L. (2017). Editorial. Canadian Art Teacher, 15(2), 4-5.

Cloutier, G. (2016). An a/r/tographic inquiry of a silenced First Nation ancestry, hauntology, g(hosts) and art(works): An exhibition catalogue. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 17(30). Retrieved from https://ijea.org/v17n30/index.html

Morawski, C., & Cloutier, G. (2016). Memories, Crossings, and Station Stops: Displaced Pasts Into Present Teaching of Language and Art. Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, 15(1), 55-74.

Cloutier, G., Ibrahim, A., & Pratt, D. (2016). Subversive identities at the art museum: an ESL student’s experiences at the National Gallery of Canada. Canadian Review of Art Education: Research and Issues, 43(1), 70-75.

Cloutier, G. (2016). Moving from art school to the academy as an a/r/tographic spatiality: Decentralizing the box, In A. Shields & M. Emme (Eds.), Emergent Art Education: Next Directions in Canadian Research (pp. 17-26). [iBook Version], Retrieved from https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/emergent-art-education

Cloutier, G. (2015). Working through a Silenced First Nation ancestry with a/r/tography: presence, absence, and movement. Canadian Art Teacher, 13(2), 22-26.

Cloutier, G. (2013). Art party rhizome, social practices… With legs on top. Canadian Art Teacher, 12(1), 12-15.

PUBLICATIONS ABOUT GENEVIEVE CLOUTIER

Schelling, S. (2009, May 7). Dutch Masters Meet Art’s Next Stars, WestEnder, 15-18.

Granados F-F & Adler, R. (June, 2009) Here They Said. Western Front Magazine, 23-27.

TEACHING/FACILITATING 

Visual Art, Language Arts and Media Teacher, St. Michael’s, WQSB, September 2018-Present.

Part-time Professor, University of Ottawa, How to Teach Senior Visual Art (PED 3150), January 2019 – Present.

Visual Art Teacher, Senior Division, Ashbury College, January-June 2017.

Part-time Professor, University of Ottawa, Schooling and Society (PED3102D), January-April 2017.

AWARDS

Doctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 2015-2019.

PhD Excellence Scholarship, University of Ottawa, 2012-2019.

Masters Thesis Award, Canadian Society for Education Through Art, 2015.

Cynthia Chambers Master’s Thesis Award (Finalist), Canadian Society for Curriculum Studies, 2014.

President’s Choice Media Award (Finalist) Emily Carr University of Art and Design, 2009.