Suzanne Morrissette is a Métis artist, curator, and scholar from Winnipeg. Morrissette holds a PhD in Social and Political Thought from York University. Her visual art research has been included in such recent exhibitions as wnoondwaamin (we hear them)(2016-18) which toured to four venues across Canada. Morrissette’s recent curatorial project, On Being Illiberal, looks to the work of three artists – Carl Beam, Merritt Johnson, and Fallon Simard – who each provide vantage points from which to problematize public perception of Indigenous political thought. Morrissette has received numerous grants from provincial and national arts councils to support her artistic and curatorial practices. She has held teaching positions with various universities since 2011 and currently works as Assistant Professor at OCAD University.
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