Alicia Boutilier is curator of Canadian historical art at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre and adjunct professor in the department of Art History and Art Conservation, Queen’s University. She has produced numerous exhibitions and publications on Canadian historical art and visual culture, with emphasis on women artists, artistic groups, regional scenes and collecting histories. Among her noteworthy curated and co-curated projects are

Among her noteworthy curated and co-curated projects are The Artist Herself: Self-Portraits by Canadian Historical Women Artists (2015); A Vital Force: The Canadian Group of Painters (2013), for which she received an OAAG Curatorial Writing Award for Major Essay; William Brymner: Artist, Teacher, Colleague (2010); Inspirational: The Collection of H. S. Southam (2009); Public Pictures/Private Homes: London’s Lending Library of Canadian Art (2007); An Intimate Circle: The F. B. Housser Memorial Collection (2005); and 4 Women Who Painted in the 1930s and 1940s (1998).

Appearing in: 32. Canadians Less Ordinary, In Word and Image

Website: hwww.queensu.ca/art/boutilier-alicia