Annie Taylor

Annie Taylor is a photographer and architecture student from Ottawa, Ontario. She is interested in exploring the spatial and visual relationships of man-made structures in the contemporary Canadian landscape.

Annie holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Ottawa. She has exhibited her artwork provincially, is a Laureate of the Imagining Canada's Future: Future Challenges Grant awarded by the University of Ottawa Office of Undergraduate Research and the Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council (May 2015) and received the Edmund and Isobel Ryan Visual Arts Scholarship in Photography (April 2015). Her artwork can be found in private collections across Canada. 

She is currently a candidate in the Master of Architecture program at the Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton University where she integrates her knowledge of art and photography in material, social, and spatial explorations. Her career aspirations are to integrate her enthusiasm for photography, art and design through public art installations, exhibitions, collaborative projects, and education opportunities. 

For commissions or other inquiries please get in touch:
[email protected]

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EDUCATION
2016-Present - Master of Architecture, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton University, ON.
May-June 2016, Studio F1rst, Summer Intensive Studio, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton University, ON.
2011-2015 - Bachelor of Fine Arts (Concentration in Photography), Magna Cum Laude, University of Ottawa, ON.

EXHIBITIONS
2016 - Improbable Treasures, group collage exhibition, Chinatown Remixed contemporary art festival, September 24-October 29, 2016, Little Latin America, Ottawa, ON. Curator - Kristina Corre.
2016 - Far Out: A glimpse at black & white sculpture, photography, & painting, René Pierre Allain, Keith W. Bentley, Osheen Harruthoonyan, Philip Iverson, and Annie Taylor, June 22 – July 29, 2016, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto, ON.
2016 - 20 Years, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto, ON.
2015 - Resilience in and from Ruin in Nature, Paradigm[e]: The Dean's Gallery, University of Ottawa, ON.
2015 - SKETCH Silent Auction, SAW Gallery, Ottawa, ON.
2015 - Near, Far & Somewhere In-Between, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto, ON. Curator - Stanzie Tooth.
2015 - XXV, Visual Arts Department, University of Ottawa, ON.
2014 - Jacqueline Fry Scholarship Exhibition, Gallery 115, Ottawa, ON.
2014 - Paradigm[e]: The Dean's Gallery, University of Ottawa, ON.
2014 - Visual Generation, Le Centre d'artistes Voix Visuelle, Ottawa, ON.
2014 - PHOTOgraphie dans la galerie 5.6, Galerie 5.6, Ottawa, ON.
2013 - Portrait:, Galerie 5.6, Ottawa ON.

AWARDS & RECOGNITION
2016 - Departmental Scholarship, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton University, ON.
2016 - Domestic Entrance Masters, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton University, ON.
2015 - Laureate of the Imagining Canada's Future: Future Challenges Grant, Awarded by the University of Ottawa Office of Undergraduate Research and the Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council
2015 - Edmund and Isobel Ryan Visual Arts Scholarship (in Photography), First Prize
2014 - Jacqueline Fry Scholarship Award, Second Place

RELATED EXPERIENCE
Present, Teaching Assistant, Multimedia, Carleton University.
August 2018, Photographer, Building 22 Office Documentation, Carleton University. 
October 2017, Photographer, Heritage Inventory Project, City of Ottawa
2015-2017 - Founding Member, Young Arts Leaders Collective
2015-2016 - Director, Board of Directors, AOE Arts Council.

PUBLICATIONS
2018 - Building 22, Photograph featured in the catalogue's Introduction, Carleton University. 
2017 - Building 22, The Creek completed by Charline Ouellet and Annie Taylor, Azrieli School of Architecture & Urbanism, Carleton University.
2015 - Featured artwork on Sight Sixty Six, XXV: Post Exhibit Highlights | Part IIhttps://studiosixtysix.tumblr.com

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