Saint John, New Brunswick
- Saint John, New Brunswick
Amy Ash is an interdisciplinary contemporary artist engaged with processes of meaning-making leading to a sense of belonging. She traces connectivity through the intersectionos and overlaps between memory, learning, and wonder, to incite curiosity. Her practice flows between curatorial projects and writing to teaching socially engaged action, and hands-on making. Amy has exhibited and curated programmes internationally, with projects commissioned by National Gallery London, the NB International Sculpture Symposium, and Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Her projects have been awarded the support of groups including The Sheila Hugh MacKay Foundation, The Peter McKendrick Endowment Fund for VIsual Artists, ArtsNB, and Arts Council ENgland. She is currently working on commissions for PLATFORM Centre for Photographic and DIgital Arts (Winnipeg) and Third Space Gallery (Saint John). Of settler ancestry, she lives in Menagoesg/Saint John, New Brunswick, which sits on the unceded territory of the Wolastoqiyik and Mi'kmaq Peoples.