Pam Hall

Pam Hall is a visual artist, film-maker, designer and writer, whose work has been exhibited across Canada and internationally, and is represented in many corporate, private and public collections, including the National Gallery of Canada. Her practice is interdisciplinary and includes site-specific installation in and out of formal gallery settings, image and text, performance, video, and community-engaged work exploring the fisheries, the body, female labour, place, and the notion of home. She was the inaugural Artist-in-Residence in the Faculty of Medicine at Memorial University, is an award-winning film designer and children’s book illustrator, and teaches graduate students in the MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts Program at Goddard College in Vermont. She lives and works in St. John’s where she is pursuing her Interdisciplinary PhD at Memorial University in art as a knowledge practice which can penetrate boundaries and enable dialogue.

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