Megan Bertagnolli

Sessional Instructor in Art History
Education
  • Masters of Fine Arts in Art and Design: Art History and Visual Culture, The University of Alberta

Megan Bertagnolli is co-ordinator of public programs at The Art Gallery of Alberta.  In that role, she leads the delivery of both private and public tours and programming which communicate the interpretive objectives outlined by the art gallery, actively engaging a variety of gallery visitors. She supervise the volunteer exhibition guides and teaches in the Art for Lunch program. At King's she teaches the survey courses Art History I and II.

Recent publications:
June 2010. “The Artist as Collector: Blair Brennan and viewer constructed meaning.” Mosaic: a journal for the interdisciplinary study of literature. Summer 2010.

Aug. 2008. Catalogue Essay. Produced by the Fine Arts Building Gallery, University of Alberta, for the exhibition Artists’ Books from the Home Museum, August 5 - 30, 2008, Edmonton, AB.

Recent curated exhibitions:
Aug. 2008. Artists’ Books from the Home Museum, August 5 - 30, 2008, Fine Arts Building Gallery, Edmonton AB

Aug. 2008.Artists’ Books from the Home Museum, Bruce Peel Special Collections Library on exhibition. Permanent URL: http://exhibits.library.ualberta.ca/streetprint_museum/

Conferences Presentations
July, 11, 2011. “Educating the Public: photography, mental hygiene and the visual culture of eugenics,” International Society for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology 2011 Conference, July 10-15, 2011. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA

Aug. 28, 2008 “Exhibiting the Home Museum,” Popular Print Conference, August 27 - 30, 2008. University of Alberta, Edmonton AB