Faculty Profile for Judith Mason
Haliburton School of The ArtsJudith Mason, a practicing artist and art educator, holds an B.A. in Cultural Studies as well as a B.Ed. and an MA in Art Theory from Trent University. Additionally she has studied textiles, ceramics, drawing and printmaking, sculpture, photography, and has been involved in curatorial practice at the Visual Arts Centre of Clarington. In conjunction with her academic research and art practice, Judith has spent many years teaching art classes and workshops to children and adults. She is a member of the Iris Group in Oshawa and Seeingred, a collective of three Peterborough artists who recently created Outsiders 2012, an interactive sculptural installation for NuitBlanche. Judith has upcoming exhibitions at the Whitby Station Gallery, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and The University of Cape Breton Art Gallery.