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St Andrews Graduate awarded Internship

The Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA) today announced the successful recipients of their two 2011 Curatorial Opportunities: the Young Curators Program and the Power Coroporation of Canada Curatorial Internships Program. 

For the latter, internships were awarded to Marta Masferrer Juliol and Cerys Wilson. Both will be in residence in Montreal for nine months. Ms Wilson is a photographer and a recent Masters graduate of the History of Photography from the University of St Andrews, Scotland. While at the CCA, Cerys will instigate further learning and conduct an examination of photography’s relationship to cultural, political and historical thought. She will take advantage of the CCA collections of drawings and prints, photographs and models, helping her to trace a path of creation from initial concept to ultimate construct.

The full announcement can be found here.

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Comment by Luke Gartlan on May 17, 2011 at 22:26
Congratulations Cerys. Very well deserved indeed!

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