Jude Griebel

Current and Forthcoming:

May 2021     Artist in Residence, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada

May 2021     Illuminated Collapse, Kenderdine Gallery/University of Saskatchewan (curated by Leah Taylor), Saskatoon, Canada (solo) 


February 2021     Barn Skull, Manning Hall Installation (curated by Lindsey Sharman), Art Gallery of Alberta, Canada (solo)

October 2, 2020-January 17, 2021     Carmichael Canadian Landscape Exhibition: Tradition Transformed (curated by Angela Brayham and Sadko Hadzihasanovic), Orillia Museum of Art and History, Canada

October 1 2020-March 26, 2021     Artist in Residence, Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, USA

September 16-October 4, 2020     #Social, Czong Institute for Contemporary Art, Gimpo-Si, South Korea

September 12-November 8, 2020     A Prairie Vernacular: Folk and Contemporary Art Narratives of Life on the Canadian Prairies  (curated by Joanne Marion and Jennifer McRorie), Art Gallery of Swift Current, Canada Traveling: Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba; Buhler Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada; Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre, Medicine Hat, Canada; Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery, Canada (Publication)

August 28, 2019-August 26, 2020     Creatures: Alberta Foundation for the Arts TREX program (curated by Shannon Bingeman), traveling to 10 Alberta communities, Canada


Postponed due to COVID-19     Artist in Residence, Corporation of Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA

February 29-April 11, 2020     Enchanted Environments: Eco-Criticism and Folklore Symposium Exhibition, University of Worcester, UK

November 21, 2019-April 19, 2020     Documents of Collapse, with Lorraine Simms (curated by Yukiko Stranger-Galey), the Beaty Biodiversity Museum, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

January 10-February 14, 2020     Carry Weight | Hold Light (group installation conceived and curated by Heather Brammeier), Contemporary Art Center of Peoria, USA 

2019     Nominee, Rema Hot Mann Foundation for Emerging New York City Artists

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