What are they doing after Art History, some of our student employment success stories

(This is a partial but always growing list; if you are a Carleton Art History alumna/alumnus, and you are not on our list, please drop us a note at jack.coghill@carleton.ca)

  • Emily Fizer, Collections Conservation Specialist at the City of Ottawa Public Art Program
  • Sonya Jones, Associate Curator/Curator of the Thomas Bouckley Collection at The Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa, Ontario
  • Rhiannon Vogl, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art, National Gallery of Canada
  • John Osborne, Professor, School for Studies in Art and Culture – Art History, Carleton University (Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Carleton University, 2005-2015)
  • Andrea Kunard, Associate Curator, Photographs Collection (& Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography), National Gallery of Canada
  • Christine Lalonde, Associate Curator of Indigenous Art (Inuit), National Gallery of Canada
  • Megan Richardson, Chief, Education and Public Programs, National Gallery of Canada
  • Christopher Riopelle, Curator of Nineteenth Century Painting, National Gallery (London, UK)
  • Sandra Dyck, Director, Carleton University Art Gallery
  • Alicia Boutillier, Curator of Canadian Historical Art, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University
  • Tobi Bruce, Senior Curator, Canadian Historical Art, Hamilton Art Gallery (Hamilton, Ontario)
  • Linda Grussani, Director, Aboriginal Art Centre, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
  • Michelle McGeough, Assistant Curator, Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, Institute of American Indian Art (Santa Fe, New Mexico) and PhD candidate, University of New Mexico
  • Catherine Sinclair, Chief Curator, Ottawa Art Gallery
  • Jill Delaney, Archivist (Head of Archival Photographs), Library and Archives Canada
  • Beth Greenhorn, Archivist (web division), Library and Archives Canada
  • Jim Burant (retired, Senior Archivist, Art and Photography Archives, Library and Archives Canada
  • Christina Papantoniou, RIC Assistant at Ryerson Image Centre (Toronto)
  • Valerie Boileau-Matteau, Arts Programmer and Exhibitions Coordinator, Ryerson Image Centre (Toronto)
  • Janet Brooke, Provenance Research Specialist, leader of the Holocaust-era Provenance Research and Best-Practice Guidelines Project, Canadian Art Museums Directors Organization, and former director of the Agnes Etherington Art Centre
  • Erin Rutherford, Fine Art Administrator, Canadian Art Department, Waddington’s Auctioneers and Appraisers
  • Laura Schneider, Curator, The Reach Gallery Museum, Nova Scotia
  • Sherry Brydon, former curator of the Thaw Collection of Native American art at the Fenimore House Museum, Cooperstown, New York
  • Susan Butlin, independent curator “Alma college and the Forging of Canadian Culture 1880-1939,” Elgin County Museum
  • Ellen Cunningham, Exhibitions and Outreach Manager, University of Alberta Museums, Edmonton
  • Julie Nash, curatorial assistant for exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada, “Artists, Architects and Artisans”
  • Steve McNeil, Program Officer, Movable Cultural Property, Canadian Heritage
  • Kari Cwynar, Independent curator, Fellow at the Hnatyshyn Foundation-Fogo Island Arts Young Curator Residency
  • Jennifer Gibson, Director/Curator, Gallery IC03, University of Winnipeg
  • Katie Laird, Manager, Membership and Development, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto
  • Curtis Wolfe, Analyst, Officer of the Director General, Library and Archives Canada
  • Andrew Kear, Curator, Canadian Historical Art, Winnipeg Art Gallery
  • Nicole Neufeld, Director of Public Programs, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery
  • Crystal Parsons, IM Project Officer, Canada Border Services Agency
  • Wendy Moir, Programs manager, St. Brigid’s Centre for the Arts
  • Cindy Stelmackowich, freelance curator, Canada and New York
  • Catherine Hale, Phyllis Wattis Curator of the Arts of Africa and the Americas, Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University
  • John Potvin, Associate Professor, Art History, Concordia University
  • Heather Igloliorte, Assistant Professor, Art History, Concordia University
  • Anne de Stecher, Assistant Professor, Art History, University of Colorado, Boulder
  • Jenna Dufour, Library Clerk, Paul D. Fleck Library and Archives, The Banff Centre
  • Jasmine Fenn, Curatorial Assistant, Royal Academy of Arts (UK)
  • Emma Hamilton-Hobbs, Archivist, Library and Archives Canada
  • Meaghan Clarke, Senior Lecturer in Art History, University of Sussex, U.K.
  • Andrew Waldron, Heritage Conservation Manager, Brookfield Global Integrated Solutions
  • Claudette Lauzon, Associate Dean, OCAD University
  • Susan Close, Associate Professor, Department of Interior Design, University of Manitoba
  • Derek Knight, Director, Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, Marilyn I. Walker Chair in Imagination, Creativity and Innovation, Brock University
  • Lisa Prosper, Director of the Centre for Cultural Landscape, Willowbank
  • Brian Donnelly, Professor, Bachelor of Design, Sheridan College
  • Richard Gyug, Professor of History, Fordham University
  • Sally Anne Hickson, Assistant Professor Art History, Director, School of Fine Art and Music, University of Guelph
  • Julie Bevan, Executive/Artistic Director, Nanaimo Art Gallery
  • Robert Evans, Interpretation and Content Management at Origin Studios
  • Christina Anastassopoulos, Art Consiglieri, Le Petite Mort Gallery, Ottawa
  • Tania Woloshyn, Wellcome Trust Research Fellow in the Medical Humanities, Warwick University
  • Erin Macnab, Programs Coordinator – Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation, University of Toronto
  • Emily Antler, Copyright Officer, National Gallery of Canada
  • Marielle Aylen, Adjunct Professor, Department of Visual Arts, Western University
  • Rebecca Basciano, Gallery Coordinator, Ottawa Art Gallery
  • Jennifer Cartwright, Cartwright Appraisals, with clients including the Canada Council Art Bank, National Gallery of Canada, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
  • Katie Cholette, Archivist, Library and Archives Canada
  • Marie-Louise Davis, French immersion teacher, Brandon, Manitoba
  • Genevieve Landreville, Program Officer, Visual Arts, Canada Council for the Arts
  • Nancy Duff, Supervisor, Audio-Visual Resource Centre, School for Studies in Art and Culture, Carleton University
  • Adrienne Foster, Director, Research and Public Affairs, Tourism Industry Association of Canada
  • Diane Pellicone, Curatorial Assistant, Aimia Corporate Art Collection, Toronto
  • April Britski, Executive Director, Canadian Artists’ Representative/le Front des artistes canadiens
  • Nancy Broden, Co-founder, responsible for product and design, Sounder Inc.
  • Carla Taunton, Assistant Professor of Art History and Critical Studies, NASCAD University
  • Victoria Henry, Director, Canada Council Art Bank
  • Ellen McLeod, independent scholar and author of In Good Hands: the Women of the Canadian Handicrafts Guild (McGill Queen’s, 1999)
  • Malika Welsh, Curator in Residence, The Lorraine “Fritzi” Yale Gallery, Ottawa
  • Julie Blake, Archives Technician, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
  • Katy McIntyre, Online Marketing Coordinator at Yeeboo Digital
  • Iva Olah, curator, “Wings, Speed, and Cosmic Dominion in Renaissance Italy,” Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago
  • Nick Burka, Programmer, Silverorange
  • Rob Surdu, Associate Professor, Mount Royal University
  • Asato Ikeda, Assistant Professor, Fordham University and Bishop White Postdoctoral Fellow, Royal Ontario Museum
  • Pascale Guindon, Historian with the Cultural Sciences Branch of the Heritage Conservation and  Commemoration Directorate, Parks Canada
  • Petra Halkes, independent curator and art critic. Author of Aspiring to the Landscape: On Painting and the Subject of Nature (University of Toronto Press, 2006)
  • Leslie Korrick, Associate Professor, Dept. of Visual Art and Art History, School of the Arts, Media, Performance and Design, York University