Cassandra Getty began her curatorial work in the mid-1990s in Ontario and British Columbia. Over the last two decades she has worked in public museums in Windsor and London, Ontario. At the Art Gallery Windsor she served as Curator of Historical Art and the Collections and Collections Manager. In that time she was an integral part of the growth of AGW’s permanent collection, and toured exhibitions across Canada, and in the United States and Japan. In February 2010, Getty joined Museum London as Curator of Art. She has organized numerous exhibitions, including Kathleen Munn and Lowrie Warrener: The Logic of Nature, the Romance of Space (2008), Arthur Heming: Chronicler of the North (2012), Myfanwy MacLeod, Or, There and Back Again (2013), L.O. Today (2013), Kim Adams: One for the Road (2013), Kim Ondaatje (2014), Robert Fones: Signs | Forms| Narratives (2017), and BGL: Spectacle + Problems (2018). She has developed more than 20 catalogues, and over the last decade her projects have earned four Ontario Association of Art Galleries (OAAG) Awards.
Getty holds a BFA from the University of Windsor’s School of Visual Arts, and an MA in the History of Art from the University of Victoria. She is currently an adjunct professor in the Visual Arts Department at Western University.
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