Dr. Christine Ramsay is Associate Professor in Film Studies (University of Regina). She holds a PhD in Social and Political Thought (York University). Her research is in the areas of Canadian / Saskatchewan cinemas, masculinities in film and popular culture, film installation art, the culture of small cities, and philosophies of identity. She published Making It Like A Man: Canadian Masculinities in Practice (Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2011) and is co-editing Mind the Gap: Saskatchewan Cultural Spaces (Regina UP, forthcoming 2014). In 2012, she was Visiting Scholar at the Graduate Program in Canadian Studies (University of Edinburgh), where she worked on her current monograph on David Cronenberg. She has been invited to present this research at The Cronenberg Project, a multi-platform career retrospective and exhibition at TIFF Bell Lightbox in fall 2014. She serves on the editorial boards of Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies and Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies; and on the boards of Regina’s Dunlop Art Gallery and Creative City Centre. She is a past President of the Film Studies Association of Canada, and past Chair of the Regina Arts Commission. She has curated and programmed several exhibitions and film series over the past ten years, including: QC15 (5th Parallel Gallery, URegina, 2010); Cronenbergs Doubles (exhibition at MacKenzie Art Gallery, 2010); Screening the Queen (film series on Regina for Realizing the Creative City, 2004); and Making It Like a Star: Canadian Actors, Directors, Masculinities (film series for Making It Like A Man! exhibition-conference, MacKenzie/URegina, 2004).
2013 Fall Curatorial Intensive Symposium
Fall 2013 Curatorial Intensive Public Symposium: Tuesday, October 15, 2013 10am6pm ICI Curatorial Hub 401 Broadway, Suite 1620 New York, NY 10013 FREE Join ICI and the Fall 2013 Curatorial Intensive on Tuesday, October 15 for a daylong public symposium where the participants will present the exhibition and project proposals that they have developed through […]read more »