Myfanwy Ashmore


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  • ISEA2016

    Myfanwy Ashmore is Canadian media artist working in Sculpture & New media technologies. She holds an MFA from York University (1998). Her work has been exhibited extensively including Game Show at Surrey Art Gallery (Surrey) Arcadia University Gallery, (Part of “The Big Nothing” Philadelphia), DeadTech Gallery (Chicago), Poster Project Seoul, Terraforms: Game Mods at Babycastles (NYC), Avatar: The New You, Australian Centre for Photography (Sydney) Zero Gamer (London Games Festival Fringe)Http Gallery/Furtherfield (London) and Play boys with GameBoys Smart Project Space (Amsterdam).

    She has taught at York University, Ryerson University and led workshops at Paved Art Media Art Centre (Saskatoon), ISEA 2014 Workshops (Abu Dhabi and Dubai). She has been the recipient of numerous grants from The Toronto Arts Council, The Ontario Arts Council, and the Canada Council for the Arts. In 2003 she was nominated and short-listed for the prestigious K.M. Hunter Award through the Ontario Arts Council and in 2014 she was one of 8 finalists for the coveted Glenfiddich Artist Residency Prize.

    ISEA2015

    Myfanwy Ashmore is a Canadian artist and educator whose fine art practice extends into new media, game modification, installation, new user interfaces and sculpture. Her work has been exhibited extensively including the Surrey Art Gallery (Surrey), Arcadia University Gallery (Philadelphia), Australian Centre for Photography (Sydney), Zero Gamer (London Games Festival Fringe), Http Gallery/Furtherfield (London) and Smart Project Space (Amsterdam). She is the recipient of numerous grants from The Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, and Canada Council for the Arts, was short-listed for the K.M. Hunter Award and named a finalist for the Glenfiddich Artist Residency Prize in 2014.

    ISEA2014

    Myfanwy Ashmore is a Canadian artist known for her game-related art.


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