Julian Forrest, Associate Professor (Visual Art)

B.F.A., Mount Allison University (New Brunswick)
M.F.A., University of Alberta

Julian teaches studio courses in Foundation, Drawing, and Painting. His painting practice largely focuses on the figure, as represented in popular culture.
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Keith Harder, Professor (Visual Art)

B. Ed. & B.F.A., Alberta College of Art, University of Calgary
M. V.A., University of Alberta

Professor Harder teaches art studio courses, art theory, and, occasionally, an art history/tour course. He brings to his teaching the experience of a practicing artist in the disciplines of painting and drawing. He works in a descriptive/realist style.
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Andrea Korda, Assistant Professor (Visual Art)

B.A., Queen's University
M.A., Concordia University
Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara

Dr. Korda teaches courses in the history and theory of art and visual culture. Her research focuses on 19th-century art and visual culture with an emphasis on new media such as photography and illustrated newspapers.


Erin SutherlandErin Sutherland, Assistant Professor (Cultural Studies)
B.A., Psychology, University of Alberta
B.A., Native Studies Honours, University of Alberta
M.A., Queen's University
Ph.D., Queen's University

Professor Sutherland teaches courses in Indigenous Studies, Art History and Cultural Studies. Her research focuses on Indigenous and Canadian contemporary art, performance art, and curatorial practice. She also works as an independent curator.