Exhibitions And Other Things.

STEPHEN B. MACINNIS
EDUCATION
1983-1985    Commercial Design Certificate, Holland College, Charlottetown Instructors: Nigel Roe, Russell Stewart, and Henry Purdy
WORK EXPERIENCE
2009-2010 1989-2007
1989 1986-1988
Gallery Programming Committee (volunteer), The Guild, Charlottetown, PEI Professional Picture Framer (The Studio, 1997-2007; Artworks 1989- 1997)
Interim Co-ordinator, Great George Street Gallery, Charlottetown Board Member and Adjudication Committee, Great George Street Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI
PROFESSIONAL ART EXPERIENCE Artists’ Grants
2007 2005 2002
PEI Council of the Arts Senior Professional Artist – Creation Grant PEI Council of the Arts Senior Professional Artist – Creation Grant) PEI Council of the Arts Artist’s Grant
Selected solo shows
November 2010, June 2008, November 2006 “Sale! Sale! Sale!” Gallery in the Guild, Charlottetown, PEI
November 2007 “New Work,” Gallery in the Guild, Charlottetown, PEI September 2007 Collectors’ Series (Mail art project) August 2006 “Spare Parts for Improvements,” Gallery in the Guild, Charlottetown, PEI May-June 2003 “Stephen B. MacInnis: Heroes, Fools, and Martyrs,” Pilar Shephard Art
Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI May 2000 “Stephen B. MacInnis: New Work,” Moncton City Art Gallery, Moncton,
New Brunswick (Curated by Judie Weaton) June 1993 “Stephen B. MacInnis: Here We Go Again,” Ellen’s Creek Gallery,
Charlottetown, PEI December 1992 “Stephen B. MacInnis: On the Wall at Off the Wall,” Charlottetown, PEI July 1992 “You Had to Be There,” The Princetown Gallery, Malpeque, PEI July 1991 “Typical Island Scenes,” The Princetown Gallery, Malpeque, PEI July 1989 “Rather New Work,” The Princetown Gallery, Malpeque, PEI May 1988 “Stephen B. MacInnis: New Work,” Great George Street Gallery,
Charlottetown, PEI December 1986 “Stephen B. MacInnis: New Work” Holland College School of Visual
Arts, Charlottetown, PEI
Selected Group Shows

April 2015 Family Ties Brooklyn | Dallas mostly Brooklyn Artists Commune with mostly Dallas Artists  500X Gallery ,Dallas, Texas, USA, (curated by Bonny Leibowitz | Julie Torres)

January 2015 Chill, Zen, Funk & Twang, Curating Contemporary, Huntsville Alabama, USA,  (curated by David T Miller)

December 2014 Monochromatic (Shades of one colour) works at the Gallery @ The Guild, Charlottetown, PEI, Canada, (curated by Donnalee Downe)

May 2014 Fiction (with only daylight between us), No Future Projects. a temporary and movable project space, Dayton, Ohio, USA, (Curated by Jeffrey Courtland Jones)

December 2013 Pair, Proto Gallery Hoboken, New Jersey, USA, (curated by Ian White Williams)

November 2013 Painting Too, Harrington Mills Studio Nottingham, UK (curated by David Manley)

September 2013 Terrace 8th annual ‘Now you see it, now you don’t” London, UK (curated by Karl Beilik)

October 2011-March 2012 “Assembly Lines,” with Sarah Saunders, Ruth Marsh, and Aaron Weldon, Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI

August 2011 “The Rumour Mill: A Human Machine for Generating Poetry,” performance with Jane Ledwell for Art in the Open juried event, Charlottetown, PEI

October 2005 Island Artists Group Exhibition (side event to Atlantic Cultural Space Conference), Gallery in the Guild, Charlottetown, PEI

April 2002 “The 8th Great Garden of the Gulf Juried Exhibition,” Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown, PEI (Curated by Shauna McCabe, Bruce Johnson, Lisa Baldissera)

September 2001 “Illuminations,” Lunenburg Gallery, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia (Curated by Joan Cullen and Dominique Cruchet)

April 2001 “Anatomy,” Gallery in the Guild, Charlottetown, PEI (Presented by the f.Arts Group; Curated by Trisha Clarkin)

February 2001 “One Clue Over the Cuckoo Bush,” Gallery in the Guild, Charlottetown, PEI (f.Arts Group Show; Curated by Pan Wendt)

January 2001 “The 7th Great Garden of the Gulf Juried Exhibition,” Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown, PEI (Curated by Andrew Hunter)

December 2000 “Island Art Show,” Kyoto, Japan (Curated by Sabine Neusch)

November 2000 “Marion McCain Atlantic Art Exhibition,” Beaverbrook Art Gallery,
Fredericton, New Brunswick (Curated by Tom Smart)

June 2000 “The Fairest Land ‘Tis Possible to See,” Eptek Centre, Summerside, PEI

(Curated by Henry Purdy)

April 2000 “Covers of The Buzz,” Gallery in the Guild, Charlottetown, PEI

February 2000 “The 6th Great Garden of the Gulf Juried Exhibition,” Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown, PEI (Curated by Peter Dykhuis, Marie Ulmer,

Gerald Beaulieu)

September 1999 “Cousteau Nouveau Gallery Group Show,” Cousteau Nouveau Gallery,

Moncton, New Brunswick (Curated by Rene Cyr)

February 1999 “The 5th Great Garden of the Gulf Juried Exhibition,” Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown, PEI,

February 1998 “The 4th Great Garden of the Gulf Juried Exhibition,” Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown, PEI (Curated by Kathy Hooper, John Hooper, and Erica Rutherford)

February 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992 “Immaculata College Art Show,” Immaculata College Art Gallery, Immaculata, Pennsylvania, USA

June-Sept. 1993 “John Cox, Christine Trainor, Stephen B. MacInnis,” On the Wall Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI

July 1992 “Western Art Auction: Calgary Stampede,” Calgary, Alberta

June 1992 “The Self-Portrait Show,” Holland College School of Visual Arts,
Charlottetown, PEI (Curated by Henry Purdy)

January 1992 “Glenbow Museum Art Lotto,” Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta

July 1992, ’91, ’90 ’89, ’88, ’87 “Island Visual Artists,” Holland College School of Visual
Arts, Charlottetown, PEI

“Island Images,” Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown, PEI

December 1999, 1989 “Other Art Xmas Show,” Other Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia

July 1991 “My Colour – An Exhibition,” Holland College, Charlottetown, PEI (Curated
by Henry Purdy)

May 1990 “Alumni Exhibition,” Holland College School of Visual Arts, Charlottetown, PEI

November 1989 “Three Up the Creek: Therese d’Amour, Daphne Irving, Stephen B.
MacInnis,” Ellen’s Creek Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI

August 1987 “Homage to Marcel Duchamp,” Forest City Gallery, London, Ontario

December 1986 “Beginnings Student Show,” Holland College School of Visual Arts, Charlottetown

Selected Commissions

2014 Sesquicentennial Public Art Program. The 2014 Sesquicentennial Public Art Program is a project administered by the PEI Council of the Arts with financial support from PEI 2014 Inc.received under their PEI 2014 fund.
February 2007 Alternative playing card design for New Internationalist magazine, Oxford, UK (14 original watercolour paintings on paper for international publication)
Selected Book Covers
2011 Charting a Course: PEI Heritage Study (back cover) (Charlottetown: Province of PEI)

2000 Four Ways of Dealing with Bullies, by Richard Lemm (Toronto: Wolsak and Wynn)

2000 What Really Matters, by Thomas O’Grady (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s Press)

1999 Road Dancers, by Alden Nowlan (Ottawa: Oberon Press)

1990 Prelude to the Bacchanal, by Richard Lemm (Charlottetown: Ragweed Press)

1989 Shaping the Flame: Imagining Wallenberg, by Joseph Sherman (Ottawa: Oberon Press)
Selected Collections
Confederation Centre of the Arts Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI, Canada (Gift of the artist)

University of Prince Edward Island Collection, Charlottetown, PEI, Canada (Gift of the artist)

Moncton City Art Gallery Collection, New Brunswick, Canada (Gift of the artist)

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Charlottetown, PEI, Canada (Gift of the artist)

Private collections in Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Switzerland, and Japan.

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