In 2003, Anna Madelska received her Associate degree in sculpture and installation from the Ontario College of Art and Design. In 2005, she completed her MFA at Western University and now teaches drawing foundations and foundations in visual arts in the Department’s curriculum. She is also the Associate Director of DNA Artspace in downtown London.
Her curatorial practice in collaboration with Jason Hallows functions under the name Parker Branch. From 2007-2014, the partnership operated in a small storefront in London, Ontario, where over thirty exhibitions were mounted in which they explored the meaning generated in the juxtaposition of found and natural objects, ephemera and visual art. The book, Has Things in Common, on the first six years of the project was published by McIntosh Gallery in 2015.
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A Driving Force interview conducted by Kelsey Priestman
M.A. Public History Program, Western University
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A Driving Force Interview: Anna Madelska