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© 2018 by Jude Griebel

Jude Griebel

Current and Forthcoming:

March 31-May 24, 2020:     Artist in Residence, the Corporation of Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY, USA


2017-2019     Artist in Residence, International Studio and Curatorial Program, New York City, USA

2019     Nominee, the Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant for Emerging New York Artists

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

November 15-16, 2019     ISCP Open Studios, International Studio and Curatorial Program, Brookly, USA (studio 105)

November 6-December 4, 2019     Human Impacts Institute, New York, USA

October 25, 2019-January 18, 2020     A Prairie Vernacular: Folk and Contemporary Art Narratives of Life on the Canadian Prairies  (curated by Joanne Marion and Jennifer McRorie), Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre, Medicine Hat, Canada. Traveling: Buhler Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada (March-May 2020), Art Gallery of Swift Current, Canada (February-April 2020), Publication Launch: January 18, 2020 

October 8-December 4, 2019     Ungrounded (curated by Alexandra Friedman), ISCP, Brooklyn, USA

September 16-December 31, 2019     Tired Water, Troubled Ground (solo): Commission for Science Literacy Week, Spark Science Centre, Calgary, Canada

July 6-September 29, 2019     Unfamilar Selves (with Tammy Salzl), Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery, Canada; Art Gallery of Grande Prarie, Canada (2017), Touchstones Nelson Museum of Art and History, Canada (2016)

July 12-August 23, 2019     RUIN (curated by Amelia Biewald), RSOAA, Brooklyn, USA

June 1-July 23, 2019     (Im)perfection, NURTUREart, Brooklyn, USA

May 17-July 20, 2019      Recall: Recent Acquisitions and their New Context (Curated by Christine Sowiak), the Nickle Galleries, University of Calgary, Canada

2019     New works added to the permanent collection of Nickle Galleries, University of Calgary, Esplanade Arts & Heritage Centre, the Red Deer Museum and Art Gallery and the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.