Heather Fulton (b. 1989, Canada) is a photo-based artist practicing out of Toronto, Ontario. Using unconventional and inherently destructive materials and processes,  Heather's work explores the vulnerability of memory and the fragility of nostalgia. Her practice is largely rooted in analog photography, including historical and experimental photographic processes. 

Heather has participated in many exhibitions, and has growing curatorial and facilitation experience. When away from the studio, she fills several roles in community based arts organizations.

Curriculum Vitae

Heather Fulton (b. 1989, Canada)

EDUCATION
Ontario College of Art & Design, Bachelor of Design, 2012

EXHIBITIONS

2016
We've Been Here Before, Gallery 44 Member's Gallery, Toronto (Upcoming- Sept 2016)
365, Gallery 44, Toronto
Mindset: Contact Photography Festival, Artscape Youngplace, Toronto
Long Winter, The Great Hall, Toronto

2015
Mindset: Contact Photography Festival, Artscape Youngplace, Toronto
The Darkroom 4.0 Showcase, Gallery 918, Toronto
Touched By Fire, The Glass Factory, Toronto 

2014
Mindset- Contact Photography Festival, Hart House, Toronto
Manifesto Festival, Steamwhistle Brewery, Toronto
CUE's Margin of Eras, Pop Up Gallery, Toronto
Being Scene, The Gladstone Hotel, Toronto

2013
Here is Where- Contact Photography Festival, Pop Up Gallery, Toronto
Forget Me Knot- Solo, TAN Coffee, Toronto

2012
Touched by Fire, Cooper’s Art Gallery, Toronto
OCADu’s 97th Annual Graduate Show, OCAD University, Toronto

2010
Touched by Fire, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto

2009
OCADu’s Whodunnit Juried Gala Preview, OCAD Great Hall, Toronto
Touched by Fire, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto

CURATORIAL
Co-Curator, Platform A's "Show", Artscape Youngplace, Toronto, 2015
Co-Curator, Dissident Family: The Work of Amy Gottlieb, Canadian Lesbian & Gay Archives, Toronto, 2015
Co-Curator, Cue's Margin of Eras, Toronto, 2014

JURY & FACILITATION
CUE, Grant Adjudicator, 2015
CUE, Grant Adjudicator, 2014
Sketch, Volunteer Facilitator, Toronto, 2013
Glen Bernard Camp, Guest Artist Facilitator, Sundridge, ON, 2013

GRANTS & AWARDS
CUE Artist Grant, 2014
Bristol-Myers Squibb Award, 2010

BIBLIOGRAPHY / PRESS
Hathway-Baxter, Roxanne. "Lost Buildings Return to Life on Toronto Street Poles." BlogTO. N.p., 6 Mar. 2012
Nelischer, Claire. "Forget to Remember Posters." Spacing Fall 2012


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