Elysia French maintains an independent curatorial practice, which includes museum exhibitions and multimedia projects. Her practice focuses on environmentally and politically engaged artwork and participatory cultural production.

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“I hope humanity…” Agnes Etherington Art Centre Davies Foundation Gallery 30 August 2014 – 12 April 2015 Co-Curated with Dr. Sarah E.K. Smith While the global environment struggles to cope with destruction from human development, hope for change is paramount to averting further damage, as well as reversing such ruin. A concept rooted deeply in … Continue reading Curatorial

Making (Eco)Logical

The Anthology Making (Eco)Logical: Locating the Arts in the Environmental Humanities in Canada. Bringing together diverse perspectives from artists, scholars, activists, curators, theorists, and makers, Making (Eco)Logical will locate artistic practice within the Environmental Humanities and explore the ways in which cultural production informs perceptions, communications, and knowledge of environmental distress in a Canadian context. … Continue reading Making (Eco)Logical