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Stephanie Gagne Scholarship Residency

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A recent master of fine arts graduate of Simon Fraser University, Gagne’s residency at Malaspina will centre around popular culture, neighbourhoods, and childhood nostalgia.

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Stephanie Gagne is a Vancouver-based artist. She received a bachelor of fine arts degree in visual arts from Emily Carr University of Art + Design and a master of fine arts degree in interdisciplinary studies from Simon Fraser University. She is an undergraduate teaching assistant in media history. Recent projects include "Ball and Chain" commissioned by the City of Vancouver Public Art Program and presented at the Vancouver Art Gallery plaza. She has curated multiple exhibitions, such as In Circulation and Exposure, for Capture Photography Festival. Her event "Plastic Picnic" was part of the Canada 150+ celebrations in Stanley Park and celebrated the diverse perspectives that shape our past and current understandings of home. She curated and installed Hot Dog​​ at Parking Spot Projects, a small gallery space in Gastown, which featured thirty local artists and a free hot dog cart. She has volunteered for multiple artist-run centres and non-profit organizations, such as Malaspina Printmakers, Vivo Media Arts Centre, and The Western Front. She also organizes youth workshops and murals across different community centres and heritage sites, such as Britannia Shipyards, The Anvil Centre, Frog Hollow Community Centre, Hillcrest Community Centre, and Roundhouse Community Centre.