MFA, University of Regina, Visual Arts Department, Sculpture/Extended Media.
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS / COMMISSIONS
|2012||Range-Light Borden-Carleton, PEI, 2010:
Oh, Canada Exhibition, Mass MOCA, May 2012
Confederation Centre Art Gallery, PEI, Oct – March 2011.
|2011||Unified Field Theory, Exhibition Collaboration with Bruce Barbar, Andy Cullen, Andy Thomson, Lareesa Kosloff, Anna Leonowan’s Gallery Halifax,
Antsee, Installtion, Commissioned by the City of Regina,Victoria Park, Regina, SK. May 2011.
Rural Readymades, group show, Confederation Centre, Art Gallery, PEI. Summer 2011
2020 Vision, Nocturne Halifax 2011 (w/David Clark), Public Sculpture Commission, Halifax Regional Municipality, Halifax, Canada.
|2010||Range Light, Borden-Carleton, PEI, 2010, Solo Exhibition, Mount St. Vincent University Gallery, Halifax, Canada.
Beneath the Surface, 3 Artist Exhibition, Mount St.Vincent University Gallery, Halifax, Canada.
Waterfall, (w/David Clark, Rachelle Viader Knowles, David Ogbourn).
Public Commission for Canadian Wildlife Federation, Interactive Public Art Installation. Exhibition venues include: Whistler Live, Cultural Olympiad 2010, Whistler; Montreal Science Centre, Halifax Nocturne, 2010; Kafka 2011.
Third Space Gallery and the Saint John City Market, St. John, NB, Waterfall With a Twist, NSCAD Division of Fine Art, Group Exhibition, Anna Leonowans Gallery, Halifax.
Fat Coat, (w/Prof Robin Muller). The Wearable Art Show 2010, NSCAD University. We’ve designed and created a “fat” coat using images of lipid bi-layer scans taken with an Atomic Force Microscope and woven with the digital Jacquard Loom.
|2009||Nocturne 2009 Festival, Halifax, Canada. Corpulence installation at Attica.
New Faculty Exhibition, Anna Leonowan’s Gallery, Halifax.
Contraband, (w/ Francis Dorsey and Wilma Needham), Port Loggia Gallery, NSCAD University, Halifax.
|2008||Public Commission for IEEE Organization. Permanent installation at the University of Regina, Engineering/Education Building.|
|2007||Armed, Solo Exhibition, Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York, NY.
Miami Scope Fair, Cynthia Broan Gallery, NYC.
London Scope, Fair, Cynthia Broan Gallery, NYC.
Basel Scope Fair. Cynthia Broan Gallery NYC.
Scope Fair New York, Cynthia Broan Gallery, NYC.
Time Transit, Public art installation in collaboration with TRLabs. Located on a citybus, and bus stops along Route #4, Regina, www.timetransit.com
Site Reading, Group Exhibition, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina.
Resisting Arrest, Towards Sustainability, Group Exhibition, Dunlop Art Gallery, Sherwood Branch, Regina.
|2005||Data S p a c e d, sound and video installation located in the pedestrian concourse of the new residencies, U of R. Collaboration, TRLabs Regina.|
|2004||To Conjure, “n digestion/digestion”, Group Exhibition, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Curated by Sigrid Dahle.|
|2003||Skinning Place, Trans/forming Memory, Solo Exhibition, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Canada.|
|2002||Antsee, Public Commission, Regina Civic Arts Commission, Victoria Park, Regina.
The Weyburn Project. Weyburn Hospital, Weyburn, Canada. Two site-specific installations in the hospital; “Renewal”, “Pulling from Memory”.
AWARDS / GRANTS
|2011||SSHRC, Research and Creation Grant. w/ Prof. Solomon Nagler (NSCAD University), Prof. Martha Radice (Dalhousie University). Tracing the City: Interventions of Art in Public Space.
Nova Scotia Tourism Culture & Heritage Culture Division, Presentation Grant.
ASU SSHRC Seed Funding, CineFlux
|2010||Acquisition of Corpulence, 2009, Collection of Mount Saint Vincent University.
Open Program, HRM Community Relations and Cultural Affairs, Halifax (2020 Vision).
ASU SSHRC Seed Funding, CineFlux.
|2009||Commission from the Canadian Wildlife Federation (Waterfall).
Nova Scotia Tourism Culture & Heritage Culture Division, Individual Grant.
|2008||ASU SSHRC Seed Funding, CineFlux.|
|2007||Canada Council for the Arts, Travel Grant.|
|2006||Saskatchewan Arts Board, Individual Grant-B, Visual Arts.
Saskatchewan Arts Board, Project Grant.
|2005||The Banff Centre for the Arts Financial Assistance Grant, Optic Nerve Residency Fall 2005.
Centre for Sustainable Communities Grant.
City of Regina’s Business and Arts Award for “Innovation and the Arts”, Given to TRLabs for the work created during the residency with Kim Morgan.
|2004||Residency Scholarship, Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM.|
|2003||Saskatchewan Arts Board Professional Development Grant, Visual Arts, Grant-C
Doris and W.A. Riddell Graduate Scholarship, University of Regina.
Graduate Scholarship, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina.
|2002||Teaching Fellowship, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina.
Canada Council for the Arts, Inter-Arts Project Grant.
Vice President of Academic Project Grant, University of Regina.
Teaching Assistantship, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina.
|2001||Entrance Scholarship, Faculty Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina.|
|1992||Family Rhodes Award for Outstanding Achievement in Fine Arts, Class of 92, Convocation, School of Visual Arts, NYC.|
|1991 & 1992||Presidential Grant, School of Visual Arts, NYC.|
|2008-Present||Assistant Professor, NSCAD University, Halifax, Faculty of Fine Arts.
Courses included; Intermediate Sculpture, Installation, Sculpture Seminar, Advanced Workshops, Public Art, Supervisor Graduate Students (MFA).
|2002-2007||Sessional Instructor, University of Regina, ART 221-001, ART 221-002 (Intro to 3D Form), ART 350/450, (Senior Sculpture)|
ART RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE/RESIDENCIES
|2005-2008||Artist-in Residence, TRLabs, University of Regina. Working with Engineers and Scientists creating public art installations. Projects completed: Public Art: Data S p a c e d (2004); Virtual Groceries (2004); Time Transit (2005).|
|2004/2005||Artist in Residence for the Faculty of Fine Arts/New Media Studio Lab/TR Labs within the Art At Work Project administered by the Saskatchewan Arts Board in partnership with the City of Regina|
|2004||Artist in Residence, Santa Fe Art Institute, New Mexico.|
|2002||Conference Coordinator/Organizer Crossing Over: Negotiating Specialization in an Interdisciplinary Culture.|
|2000-2001||International Liaison, Canadian Education and Culture Department, Mercan Capital, Beijing, China.|
|Current||Tracing the City: Interventions of Art in Public Space. Interdisciplinary Collaboration with Prof. Solomon Nagler and Prof. Martha Radice. SSHRC Research and Creation Grant 2011.
CineFlux: A Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Emerging Cinema and Media Arts, NSCAD University.
|2010-2011||Canadian Wildlife Federation. Cross-disciplinary public art installations in partnership w/ CWF that bring awareness to issues concerning this organization Waterfall, 2010 is a project, and there will be a future project.|
|2006-2008||Mutable Fat(e), an art/science investigation in collaboration with Dr.Tanya Dahms. The project uses scientific data (lipids) to create art. Initially funded through a Saskatchewan Arts Board Grant. Work exhibited in public includes Corpulence, Fat Coat, and Fat Couch.|
|2005/2006||Researcher for China New Media Art Exhibition. Research travel, July/Nov.2005 (Beijing/Shanghai). In collaboration with Dr. Sheila Petty, Dean Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Regina.|
PUBLICATIONS / BROADCASTS
|2012||Oh Canada Exhibition Catalogue Interviews w/ Rita McKeough, Diane Landry.|
|2011||Before the Text: Creativity and Critique in Law, (with B. Anderson), edited by Z. Bankowski and M. del Mar, Beyond the Text, Ashgate, London, UK, forthcoming 2012.|
|2010||The President’s Report 2010, NSCAD University
Canadian Arts Magazine, Sue Carter Flinn’s Top 3: Atlantic Above All,
akimbo, 2010 CRITICS’ PICKS 12/14/10
CBC PEI, Live at 5, June 4, 2010.
Canadian Wildlife Federation
“Water Works” by Sean Flinn, The Coast, February 11, 2010
|2009||“Window (dis)plays”, by Kim Morgan. Off Base: Contemporary Perspectives in Canadian Public Art, Annie Gerin, James McLean editors. University of Toronto Press, 2009
“Off the Plinth”, Espace Magazine, Interview essay, co-written by Kim Morgan and Robin Metcalf on Public Art in Halifax. Summer 2009.
“Activating Memory, Pre-serving Place”, by Kim Morgan, sighting/citing/siting, Crossfiring/Mama Wetotan, edited by Kathleen Irwin and Rory MacDonald, Published by the Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina. Spring 2009
Sculpture NSCAD Today, Panel Participant, Anna Leonowans Gallery, February 2009
|2008||“Beginning of the End – End of the Beginning”, by Amy Fung, C Magazine 97, Spring 2008.
“Public Space as an Interface for Technology Research and Art”, Co-authored, Craig Gelowitz, M. Eng, Kim Morgan, M.F.A., Dr. Luigi Benedicenti, P. Eng. The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Vol. 4.2008
|2006||The Leader Post, “Time Transit”, by Jack Anderson, Nov. 29, pg 12.
The Prairie Dog, “Kim Morgan”, by Greg Beatty, Oct 26, Cover, pg 23.
The Arts Report,CBC TV 6 pm News, Sept 20, 2006.
Secret Regina, Editors, Lorne Beug, Anne Campbell, Jeannie Mah, Canadian Plain Research Centre Publishers. “Running a-way towards home” by Kim Morgan.
|2005||Art spots, CBC Television Canada. A vignette series on Saskatchewan Artists, to which I am 1/10. Began airing in March and will continue 2005/2006.
The Arts Report, CBC Radio, by Joanne Skidmore.
Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan, Canadian Plains Research Centre Publishers, Photo and description of Antsee in public art section.
|2004||Editor, Conference Proceedings Publication for Crossing Over: Negotiating Specialization in an Interdisciplinary Culture, Canadian Plains Research Centre Publishers. June 2004.
Forum Magazine, “No Business Like the Art Business”, by Mike Taylor, Jan/Feb 2004 edition. Article on public art in Canada that mentions my work Antsee.
Zigzag, CBC Radio Canada Television Network, aired Jan 12, CH 3. Interview at the MacKenzie Art Gallery, on “Skinning Place, Trans/forming Memory”.
Espace Magazine, “Antsee: Kim Morgan”, by Greg Beatty, Winter, 2003-2004.
PRESENTATIONS / PANELS
|2011||Presenter, ISEA, Istanbul Turkey, September 2011.
Presenter, Cineflux Conference, Co-Chair of panel, Tracing the City: Interventions of Art in Public Places, NSCAD, Halifax, May 2011.
|2009||Guest Artist/Lecturer, Yale University Graduate Program, Visual Arts. November 2009, (Artist Public Presentation, Individual Studio Visits with Graduate Students, Guest Artist – MFA Group Critique.)|
|2008||Guest Artist, APAGA, (Atlantic Province Art Gallery Association), Explorations in Contemporary Public Art, AGNS, June 2009. Other speakers: Rochelle Steiner, Former Director of the Public Art Fund, NY and Rina Greer, Toronto Sculpture Garden).|
|2008||Guest Artist, APAGA, (Atlantic Province Art Gallery Association), Explorations in Contemporary Public Art, AGNS, June 2009. Other speakers: Rochelle Steiner, Former Director of the Public Art Fund, NY and Rina Greer, Toronto Sculpture Garden).
Guest Speaker, Fuller Lecture Series, Halifax, August 2009.
Public Art, Panel Participant, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, March 27, 2009.
Dorkbot, Valencia, Spain, March 2008, http://dorkbot.org/dorkbotvalencia/
|2007||Guest Artist, New York University, Visual Arts Department. Co-led student critiques with Artist/Critic Joe Fyfe for an undergraduate class at NYU, Instructor Michael St. John.
Guest Lecturer, FA 300/ART 380 “Mapping Illness”, U of R, Instructor Prof. Randal Rogers. Presentation on Art/Science Collaborations. Co-presented with Dr. Tanya Dahms, scientist and collaborator. On “Mutable Fat(e) project.
|2012||Jury Member, “So you want to be an artist”, competition, National Gallery of Canada.|
|2011||Jury Member, Selection Committee for the Halifax Central Library Public Art Commission.|
|2010||Jury Member, Nova Scotia Department of Tourism, Culture and Heritage Individual Grants Program. June 2010.
Jury Member, Canada Council For the Arts, New Media Programs, January
Eye Level Gallery, Board Member, Halifax
|2006/2008||Friends of the Dunlop Gallery, Co-Chair, Advocacy Board for the Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina
Sask Film Pool, Executive Board Member.
|2005||SOIL New Media Gallery, Advisory Board Member.|
|2004||CARFAC National Executive Board, Vice-Rep, Western Canada.|
|2002-2003||President’s Advisory Committee on Art, University of Regina.|
|2002||Conference Director/Organizer for the Crossing Over: Negotiating Specialization in an Interdisciplinary Culture. Hosted by the graduate students of the Visual Arts Department, University of Regina.|