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Rebecca Duclos

Dean of Fine Arts Concordia University

Rebecca Duclos is the Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts at Concordia University in Montréal.

Prior to her teaching and administrative work in museum studies, art history, and studio art departments (Deakin University, the University of Manchester, and Manchester Metropolitan University), Duclos held institutional appointments at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, the Design Exchange, the Textile Museum of Canada, and The Manchester Museum. Duclos has taught in Montréal as a visiting and part-time faculty member in the Art History Department at McGill University and the MFA program in Studio Arts at Concordia University, as well as in Toronto for the Critical Writing and Curatorial Practice MFA at the Ontario College of Art and Design University.

As an independent curator since 2004, Duclos has completed a number of projects including the Manchester Letherium at Cornerhouse, As Much as Possible in the Time and Space Allotted at the Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery, Voir/Noir at the Musée d’art de Joliette, Magnify at the ICA at Maine College of Art, Telepathic Drawing Session at Articule, and In this lack of containment lies a danger but also a power at Skol.

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