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 SSAC.Tech@carleton.ca.

  • Ingo Hessel, Head, Inuit & First Nations Art, Walker’s Auctions, Ottawa
  • 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, Library Assistant, Art Reference Library, North Carolina Museum of Art
  • 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, Ph.D. (Carleton 2008) is the author of The Practice of Her Profession: Florence Carlyle, Canadian Painter in the Age of Impressionism, published by McGill-Queen’s University Press in 2009.  The book was awarded the Alison Prentice Award by the Ontario Historical Society for the “best book on Women’s history” (2010.).  Currently she is the Guest Curator of a digital exhibit, Inspired by Nature: Plant and Animal Kingdoms from the Eldon House Collection at Eldon House Historical Site, London, Ont., the link to the digital exhibit is https://eldonhouse.ca/inspired-by-nature/home/
  • Ellen Cunningham, Exhibitions and Outreach Manager, University of Alberta Museums, Edmonton
  • Julie Nash, Curatorial Assistant, Canadian Art, National Gallery of Canada
  • 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