H A N N A H    C A M P B E L L  T: 1-778-988-1773

B. 1990 E: info@hannahcampbell.ca

Lives and works in Vancouver, BC W: www.hannahcampbell.ca


EDUCATION:

2018- 2020: MFA Candidate, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC

2017-2018: Art Therapy Certification, Vancouver Art Therapy Institue, Vancouver, BC

2015-2016: Bachelor of Social Work, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC

2008-2012: BFA (Photography), Emily Carr University of Art & Design, Vancouver, BC


EXHIBITIONS:

2019 Yukon Riverside Arts Festival, Dawson City, Yukon

2019 Seams, Audain - SFU Woodwards, Vancouver, BC.

2018 Can Opener, 611 Studios, Vancouver, BC.

2016 Get Noticed, Red Head Gallery, Toronto, ON.

2016 Kanna Arts Festival, Shiro Oni Studio, Onishi, Japan

2014 Arctic Fiction, Deer Lake Gallery, Burnaby, BC (solo)

2013 Spotlight Earth, Capilano University, North Vancouver, BC

2012 Emily Carr Award Winners Exhibition, Winsor Gallery, Vancouver, BC

2012 Degree Exhibition, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC

2011 Art On Transit, Translink, Vancouver, BC

2011 Axis Of Light , AVHA Gallery,  Vancouver BC.

2011 Lift Bill C304, University of British Columbia Library, Vancouver, BC

2009 Foundation Show, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, BC


RESIDENCIES:

2019 Mountain Photography - Thematic Residency, Banff Centre, AB

2016 Shiro Oni Studio, Onishi Japan

A five week residency in the small rural town of Onishi outside of Tokyo. Eleven international artists and myself developed work and presented an

exhibition at the end of the residency.

2015 Sointula Art Shed, Malcom Island, BC

A one month residency in the remote community of Sointula on Malcom Island, BC.

2013 The Arctic Circle Residency, Svalbard, Norway.

A one month residency in the Norwegian Arctic Circle. Two and a half weeks of residency were spent traveling by Tall Ship along the West Coast of

Svalbard and using zodiacs to get to land. 


SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS :

2019 Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement

2019 Travel and Minor Research Grant, Simon Fraser University

2019 SSHRC research fellowship

2019 Scotia Bank New Generation Photography Award - Award Finalist

2019 Travel and Minor Research Grant, Simon Fraser University

2018 Steven Shane Graduate Entrance Scholarship in Fine Arts, Simon Fraser University

2018 Special Graduate Entrance Scholarship, Simon Fraser University

2014 Top 25 Environmentalists Under 25, Starfish Canada

2012 Cannon Photography Award, Degree Exhibition Awards

2010 I.A.T.S.E Scholarship, International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees

2008 Gordon Smith Top Visual Artist Award, Artists For Kids

2005 Eyelens 2005 Film and Video Awards Best Documentary Film, The Gulf Islands Film and Television School


BIBLIOGRAPHY:

2019: Hart, Diana. “Meet the 2019 New Generation Photography Award Finalists” , Canadian Photography Institute & Scotiabank, February 20, 2019

2019: William-Ross, Lindsay, “Four young Vancouver artists up for prestigious national photography award”, Vancouver is Awesome, February 20, 2019

2018: Apperloo, Sandra, “Whimsical Drawings By Hannah Micaela”, Artistic Moods, March 15, 2018

2017: Hoffart, Jackie: “Take The Stage” , SAD Mag, vol. 24, December 2017, p. 57

2015: Lebedovich, Lisa, “What’s left of Russia’s Pyramiden” , Stimulant Online, September 18, 2015

2014 Lang, Jason: “Arctic Fiction exhibition opens at Deer Lake Gallery” , Burnaby Now, February 3, 2014

2014 McDougall, Mandy, “Photographer Hannah Campbell is capturing the Arctic on Camera”,The Starfish Canada, May 7, 2014

TEXTS: 

2015: Campbell, Hannah: “To Take The Land Away From The Children”, Briarpatch Magazine, Vol.  July/August 2015, June 30, 2015

2014 Campbell, Hannah: “Inside the Unist'ot'en Camp Blockade” , Watershed Sentinel, August 29, 2014