SANDRA DYCK is the director of Carleton University Art Gallery. She has curated over fifty exhibitions, published sixteen catalogue essays, and won three curatorial writing awards from the Ontario Association of Art Galleries. Her writing has appeared in Canadian Art, Inuit Art Quarterly and the Canadian Journal of Native Studies, and in books published by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the Canadian Museum of Civilization. She has also worked at such institutions as the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa Art Gallery, Library and Archives Canada, Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery (Victoria), Heiltsuk Cultural Education Centre (Bella Bella, BC), and Nuyumbalees Cultural Centre (Quadra Island, BC). She has an M.A. in Canadian art history from Carleton University.
Director, Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa ON