CV

 

 

NATASHA S. REID

natashareid@uvic.ca

                                                                                       

1.     Degrees and Diplomas

 

Degree or Diploma

Field

Institution

Year Granted

 

Doctor of Philosophy

 

Art Education

 

Title of Dissertation: The Contemporary Identities of Art Museum Educators as Told Through Their Life Histories

Concordia University

2012

Master of Education

 

Art Education

Concordia University

2007

Hon. Bachelor of Arts

 

Art History

University of Toronto

2004

 

 

2.     Positions Held Prior to or Concurrent with Appointment at University of Victoria

 

2017 – 2021

Executive Director, Visual Arts Centre and McClure Gallery, Montreal, QC

2013 – 2016

Assistant Professor, Division of Art and Visual Culture Education, School of Art, College of Fine Arts, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

2012 – 2013

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Université du Québec à Montreal, Montreal, QC and New York University, New York, NY

2012 – 2013

Art Educator, Youth and Teen Department, Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, QC

2010

Teaching Assistant, (Supervisor for Graduate Student Internships at the FOFA Gallery), Department of Art Education, Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal, QC

2010

Teaching Assistant (Supervisor for Student Internships in Elementary Schools), Department of Art Education, Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal, QC

2008 – 2012

Sessional Instructor, Department of Art Education, Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal, QC

2007

Teaching Assistant (Graduate Course), Department of Art Education, Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal, QC

2007 – 2008

Education Coordinator, FOFA Gallery, Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal, QC

2006 – 2007

Teaching Assistant (Department Coordinator for the Community Art Education Program), Department of Art Education, Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal, QC

2006 – 2009

Outreach Education Program Director, La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse, Montreal, QC

2005 – 2011

Teaching Assistant (Undergraduate Course), Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal, QC

2004 – 2006

Teaching Assistant (Supervisor for the Community Art Education Program), Department of Art Education, Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal, QC

2004

Art Educator (Summer Art Camp), Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON

                             

3.     Major Field(s) of Scholarly or Professional Interest

 

  • Art Education
  • Critical Race Theory
  • Art Museum Education
  • Narrative-Based Research
  • Arts-Based Research
  • Socially Engaged Art
  • Community Art Education
  • Social Justice Art Education 

4.     Memberships and Offices Held in Learned and Professional Societies

 

Date(s)                                                       Associations                                            

2022 – Present                                           Member, British Columbia Art Teachers'                                                                             Association (BCATA)

2015 – 2016                                               Member, Caucus on Social Theory and                                                                             Art Education, NAEA

2015 – 2016                                               Member, Committee on Multiethnic                                                                                     Concerns, NAEA

2014 – 2015; 2021 – Present                     Member, Inclusive Museum Knowledge                                                                             Community

2013 – 2016                                               Member, Arizona Art Educators’                                                                                          Association (AAEA)

2013 – 2016                                               Member, Women’s Caucus (NAEA)

2013 – 2015                                               Member, Curriculum & Pedagogy Group                                                                            (C&P)

2012 – 2013                                               Member, Canadian Museum                                                                                                Association (CMA)

2009, 2013                                                 Member, Canadian Art Gallery Educators                                                                            (CAGE)

2007 – 2013; 2021 – Present                     Member, Canadian Society of Education                                                                            Through Art (CSEA)

2007 – Present                                           Member, National Art Education                                                                                          Association (NAEA)

 

5.     Scholarships, Fellowships, Honours, and Awards

 

Date(s)    

$Amount 

Details

 

2023

$1000

Scholarly Conference & Artistic Performance Travel Grant Award

2023

$68,411 (requested)

Insight Development Grant (Primary Applicant) – Submitted

2023

$500

University of Victoria, Grant Applications Assistance Program (GAAP)

2022 – Present

$2500000

SSHRC Partnership Grant, IMPACTS: Collaborations to Address Sexual Violence on Campus, Project Director Dr. Shaheen Shariff, McGill University (Co-Investigator)

2022

$1000

University of Victoria, Research Engagement Fund (REF)

2022

$500

University of Victoria, Grant Applications Assistance Program (GAAP)

2015 – 2016

USD$8250

National Art Education Foundation (NAEF) Research Grant (PI)

2015

USD$348.50

University of Arizona, College of Fine Arts, Small Grants Fine Arts Fund for Excellence

2014

USD$424

University of Arizona, College of Fine Arts, Small Grants Fine Arts Fund for Excellence

2014

USD$780

University of Arizona, College of Fine Arts, Small Grants Fine Arts Fund for Excellence

2012 – 2013

$64000 ($32000/yr.)

Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC) Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, Université du Québec à Montréal and New York University (PI)

2013

Honour Only

American Educational Research Association (AERA), Arts & Learning Dissertation Award, Honorable Mention

2013

Honour Only

Canadian Governor General’s Gold Medal – People and Society                

2013

Honour Only

National Art Education Association (NAEA) Elliot Eisner Doctoral Research Award in Art Education

2012

$697

Concordia University, Conference Support Award

2012

Honour Only

Valedictorian

2011

$4000

Concordia University, Thesis Completion Award

2010

$1000

Concordia University, Faculty of Fine Arts Travel Grant

2008

$60000 (Honour Only)

Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC) Doctoral Fellowship

2009

$700

Concordia University, School of Graduate Studies Conference Support Award

2009 – 2012

$60000

SSHRC, Doctoral Fellowship

2008 – 2011

$5100

Concordia University, Tuition Remission Fellowship

2007 – 2009

$30000

Concordia University, Fine Arts Doctoral Fellowship

2007

$5000

Concordia University, Renaud Teaching Assistant Award

2003

$192

University of Toronto, Innis College Anniversary Scholarship

2002

$400

University of Toronto, Later Life Learning Scholarship

2002

$181

University of Toronto, J. Walter Graham Scholarship

2002

$429

University of Toronto, Sydney Key Memorial Scholarship

2001

$500

University of Toronto, Rhea V. Scott Scholarship

2001

$426

University of Toronto, Dharma Master Chuk Mor Scholarship

2001

$5000

University of Toronto, Stanley Ho Scholarship to Hong Kong

 

6.     Appointments at University of Victoria

 

Academic

 

Inclusive Years                   Rank                                            Academic Unit

 

2022 – Present                    Assistant Professor                  Education

 

7.     Scholarly and Professional Activities

 

a.     Articles Published in Refereed Journals

Reid, N. S. (in press). The Gallery art hive as a metaphor for equity, diversity, and inclusion Initiatives. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 19.

 

Reid, N. S. (2021). Gallery as third space: Making a safer site for engaging with difficult knowledges. Canadian Art Teacher, 17(2), 13-23. https://csea-scea.ca/3d-flip-book/canadian-art-teacher-vol-17-no-2-2021/

 

Reid, N. S., Cinquemani, S., & Farrar, C. (2017). “Kids know about art”: Amplifying underrepresented voices in art museums through mentorship. Journal of Visual Inquiry: Learning and Teaching Art, 5(3), 379-392.

 

Reid, N. S. (2016). The university museum and institutional critique: A platform for contemporary practices. The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum, 9(4), 1-15.

 

Reid, N. S. (2014). Getting there: Exploring art museum educators’ paths to the profession. Visual Arts Research, 40(2), 111-118.

 

Reid, N. S. (2014). Multicultural art education through & with contemporary art: Positioning the contemporary art museum as a leader in generating positive change. Muséologies: Les cahiers d’études supérieures, 7(1), 81-101.

 

Reid, N. S. (2013). Carving a strong identity: Investigating the life histories of museum educators, Journal of Museum Education, 38(2), 1-12.

 

Reid, N. S. (2012). Infusing visitors’ artwork into gallery spaces: Expanding possibilities & developing relationships. Canadian Art Teacher, 1(11), 20-33.

 

Reid, N. S. (2012). Inclusive art gallery practices: Exploring collaborative processes in outreach community programming. Canadian Review of Art Education, 38, 68-82.

 

Reid, N. (2009). Creatures of comfort: Installation as reflective practice. Studies in Material Thinking, 3, 1-16. (http://www.materialthinking.org/resources/v3/NatashaReid.pdf)

 

Szabad-Smyth, L., Chalas, A., Duval, C., Goodfriend, T., Holt, A., Largo, M., LeBlanc, N., & Reid, N. (2005). Personal narratives of spaces, places & displacement as revealed in studio works. Canadian Art Teacher, 5(1), 7-15.

 

b.      Books, Chapters, Monographs

 

Reid, N. S. (in press). Gallery art hive as dialogic space. In C. Stewart, E. Burke, T. Northington, & L. Hochtritt (Eds.). Teaching art with dialogue: Critical conversations in art education. Teachers College Press.

 

Reid, N. S. (Proposal accepted and first draft submitted). Embracing between: An exploration of a biracial art educator identity. In S. Willis, R. Shin, & A. Richards (Eds.), The intersectionality of critical identities in art education. International Society for Education Through Art.

 

Reid, N. S. (Proposal submitted). Threads that Connect and Protect: Participatory Exhibition as Mothering Practice. In Transformative motherscholarship in art: Public pedagogies of childhood. Bloomsbury.

 

Reid, N. S. (2019). Developing a collective learning arts space: Implications for art educators in diverse settings. In E. Garber, L. Hochtritt, & M. Sharma (Eds.), Makers, crafters, educators: Working for cultural change. (pp. 207-209). Routledge.

 

Reid, N. S., Derby, J., & Cheng, T. (2019). Investigating multiracial identities through visual culture: Counternarratives to traditional race discourses in art education. In A. M. Kraehe, R. Gaztambide-Fernández, & B. S. Carpenter (Eds.). Palgrave handbook on race and the arts in education. (pp. 489-502). Palgrave MacMillan.

 

Reid, N. S., & Chambers, P. (2018). Coming into our own: An arts-based collaborative self-study of the first semester. In A. Kemp (Ed.). Dignity of the calling: Educators share the beginnings of their journeys. (pp. 333-337). Information Age Press.

 

Reid, N. S. (2018). Textures of identity: A social justice program for teachers in a museum. In D. Kletchka & S. B. Carpenter (Eds.). Professional development in art museums: Strategies of engagement through contemporary art (pp. 118-128). National Art Education Association. 

 

Noël Smith, B. L., Becker, K. L., Miller, L. R., Reid, N. S., & Sorenson, M. D.  (Eds.) (2014). Collective unravellings of the hegemonic web. Information Age Publishing. 

 

Reid, N. S. (2014). Personal perspectives on multiculturalism: Narratives from art museum educators of color. In. J.B. Acuff, & L. Evans (Eds.). Multiculturalism in art museums today. (pp. 19-35). Rowman & Littlefield.

 

Reid, N. (2008). Developing gallery outreach policy: A collaborative process. VDM Verlag.

  1. Other Publications

Exhibition Catalogues

 

Reid, N. S. (2020). Foreword. In S. Caquard., N.S. Reid, J. Sloan., & K. Vaughan. You Are Here | Vous êtes ici [exhibition catalogue], (pp. 6-9). Montreal, QC: Visual Arts Centre & McClure Gallery.

 

Reid, N. S. (2019). Foreword. In L. Beavis, N. Carton de Grammont, M. Ezcurra, N.S. Reid, & S. Shariff. Invisible: Body as Reflective Site [exhibition catalogue], (pp. 7-9). Montreal, QC: Visual Arts Centre & McClure Gallery.

 

Beavis, L., Ezcurra, M., Reid, N. S. (2019). Curators’ Note. In L. Beavis, N. Carton de Grammont, M. Ezcurra, N.S. Reid, & S. Shariff. Invisible: Body as Reflective Site [exhibition catalogue], (pp. 10-11). Montreal, QC: Visual Arts Centre & McClure Gallery.

 

Reid, N. S. (2018). Foreword. In L. Delavigne, T. McClure, & N.S. Reid. 573: The 3rd Virginia McClure Ceramic Biennale [exhibition catalogue], (pp. 6-7). Montreal, QC: Visual Arts Centre & McClure Gallery.

 

Reid, N. S. (2018). Foreword. In H. Klunder, V. LeBlanc, & N.S. Reid. Intervention: 31 Women Painters [exhibition catalogue], (p. 4). Montreal, QC: Visual Arts Centre & McClure Gallery.

 

Reid, N. S. (2018). Foreword. In J. Meade & N. S. Reid. Brown’s Hill [exhibition catalogue], (p. 7). Montreal, QC: Visual Arts Centre & McClure Gallery.

 

Interviews and Media

 

UVic’s Faculty of Education (2022). playing WITH – playing OUT: A participatory art exhibition and research project at UVic. Education Stories. Victoria, BC.

https://www.uvic.ca/education/news/featured/current/natasha-reid-research-project.php

 

Julien, L. (2021). Art et pédagogies actuelles :  retour sur le colloque du Centre Turbine. Vie des arts. Montreal, QC. https://viedesarts.com/actualites/art-et-pedagogies-actuelles-retour-sur-le-colloque-du-centre-turbine/

 

Sebeh Byrne, G. (2019). Natasha S. Reid: Vision for Change. Yellow Pad Sessions. Montreal, QC. https://www.yellowpadsessions.com/post/natasha-s-reid-vision-for-change?fbclid=IwAR1Er0f6B-17GY5zIGf2-KQ7uTqE04NCwWuvSP_aWjTSm-82AmDcFHfmGeU

 

Fradette, M. (2018). L’art pour tous. Le Devoir. Montreal, QC. https://www.ledevoir.com/societe/education/535043/l-art-pour-tous

 

Everett-Haynes, L. (2016). A visitor-centered approach to museums, archives. UA News. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona. https://uanews.arizona.edu/blog/visitorcentered-approach-museums-archives

 

Reid, N. S. (2013). Natasha Reid and how a love of art and education turned into a career. Innis College Alumni Network. Toronto, ON: Innis College at the University of Toronto.

 

Crompton, Liz. (2013). Using a life history approach to education: Gold medal winner Natasha Reid combines art education and social responsibility. Now. Montreal, QC: Concordia University. http://www.concordia.ca/cunews/main/stories/2013/06/04/using-a-life-history-approach-to-education.html

 

Concordia University. (2013). Recent graduate wins Elliot Eisner Doctoral Research Award in Art Education. Concordia University Faculty of Fine Arts.

http://finearts.concordia.ca/newsandevents/news-from-departments/recen…duate-wins-elliot-eisner-doctoral-research-award-in-art-education.php  

 

Concordia University. (2012). Art Education grad Natasha Reid (PhD 2012) to give 2012 fall valedictory address. Concordia University Art Education. http://art-education.concordia.ca/news-and-events/news/art-education-grad-natasha-reid-phd-12-to-give-2012-fall-valedictory-address.php

  1. Papers, Lectures, Addresses

Scholarly Presentations

Reid, N. S. (September 2023). Gift Economy in Museum Education: Engaging Communities and Transforming Museums. International Conference on the Inclusive Museum, Vancouver, BC.

 

Reid, N. S., Harvey, L., Manning-Lewis, T., Milford, T., Paskevicius, M., Raisinghani, L., Robertson, K., & Sanford, K. (July 2023). Developing a Departmental EDID Committee: Re-imagining Policies and Practices to Decolonize Teacher Education. World Federation of Associations of Teacher Education Conference, Victoria, BC.

 

Reid, N. S. (March 2023). Situating a University Art Gallery as a Creation, Education, and Research Space for Addressing and Preventing Sexualized Violence. National Art Education Association Research Commission Preconvention, San Antonio, TX [Online].

 

Reid, N. S. (October 2022). Working With Difficult Knowledge in Art Museums. British Colombia Art Teachers’ Association, British Columbia [Online].

 

Reid, N. S. (October 2022). Artistic Offerings: Encouraging Gift Giving Through Art. Canadian Society for Education through Art, Ottawa, ON [Online].

 

Reid, N. S. (April 2022). Art Galleries and Difficult Knowledge: Developing Safer Spaces for Engagement. International Conference on the Inclusive Museum, Philadelphia, PA [Online].

Reid, N. S. (November 2021). The Art Hive as a Metaphor for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiatives. Canadian Society for Education through Art [Online].

 

Reid, N. S. (June 2021). Making a contemporary art gallery a safer site for engaging with difficult knowledges (Video Mosaic segment). Montreal Museum of Fine Arts International Conference Art as an Agent for Change: How do Art, Museum, and Education Practices Inspire Action, Montreal, QC [Online].

 

Reid, N. S. (November 2020). Directing an Art Gallery: A Pedagogue’s Perspective. Centre Turbine’s Journée pédagogique, Montreal, Quebec [Online].

 

Reid, N. S. (March 2018). Making Together: Artists and Community Art Spaces Mobilizing for Social Change [Keynote Address]. Concordia’s Art Education Graduate Student Symposium, Montreal, QC.

 

Burns, J. W., Farrar, C., Miller, O., & Reid, N. S. (June 2017). Strategic Planning for the Teaching Museum: The University of Arizona Museum of Art Case Study. Association of Academic Museums and Galleries, Eugene, OR.

 

Reid, N. S., & Chalas, A. (March 2017). Why It Matters: Supporting Change through Educational Program Evaluation in Art Museums. National Art Education Association, New York, NY.

 

Reid, N. S. (October 2016). Museum Meanderings: Sensory Examinations of Visitors’ Paths to the Museum. International Visual Literacy Association, Montreal, QC.

 

Reid, N. S. (March 2016). Preparing a Teaching Art Museum Culture: Lived Histories Leading the Way. National Art Education Association, Chicago, IL.

 

Reid, N. S., Black, B., Medill, K., & Romero, D. (March 2016). Positioning Students as Leaders in Promoting Participatory Museum Cultures. National Art Education Association, Chicago, IL.

 

Derby, J., Reid, N. S., & Cheng, T. (March 2016). Investigating Multiracial Identities through Critical Race Theory and Visual Culture. National Art Education Association, Chicago, IL.

 

Cinquemani, S. Farrar, C., & Reid, N. S. (March 2015). “I Wonder What That Is?”: The Curatorial Voice of Children. National Art Education Association, New Orleans, LA.

 

Sharma, M., Shin, R., & Reid, N. S. (March 2015). Overlapping Identities: Inter/national Experiences with Multicultural Art Education. National Art Education Association, New Orleans, LA.

 

Evans, L., et al. (March 2015). Museum Educators as Change Agents: Examples of Multiculturalism in Practice. National Art Education Association, New Orleans, LA.

 

Reid, N. S. (January 2015). Museums for Change: Social Justice Art Education in Academic Art Museums. Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

 

Miller, L., Reid, N. S., & Smith, B. L. (November 2014). Book Talk – Collective Unravellings of the Hegemonic Web. Curriculum & Pedagogy, New Orleans, LA.

 

Reid, N. S. (November 2014). Multicultural Art Education in Contemporary Art Museums: Museum Educators of Color Reflect on Their Professional Experiences. Curriculum & Pedagogy, New Orleans, LA.

 

Reid, N. S. (August 2014). Our Way: Exploring Shared Histories in Museums through Participatory Art. 7th International Conference on the Inclusive Museum, Los Angeles, CA.

Chambers, P., & Reid, N. S. (March 2014). Digital Sisters: Developing a Personal Learning Network Through Digitally Shared Arts-Based Research. National Art Education Association, San Diego, CA.

 

Reid, N. S., & Sahagun, V. (March 2014). Grounding Histories of Hybridity: A Research-Creation Project with Pedagogical Applications for Community Education. National Art Education Association, San Diego, CA.

 

Reid, N. S. (June 2013). Social Justice Education Through and With Art [Keynote Address]. Summer Teacher Institute. Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.

 

Reid, N. S. (November 2013). Multicultural Education in Art Museums: Lived Experiences of Art Museum Educators of Color. Curriculum and Pedagogy, New Orleans, LA.

 

Reid, N. (October 2012). Infusing Visitors' Artwork into Gallery Spaces: Lessening Fear & Opening Possibilities. Canadian Society of Education through Art, Edmonton, AB.

 

Reid, N. (October 2012). Social Justice Art Education: The Contemporary Art Museum as a Location for Dialogue. Languages & Cultures of Conflicts & Atrocities, Winnipeg, MB.

 

Reid, N. (April 2012). The Identities of Museum Educators Amidst a Climate of Change: Life History Research as Development. Canadian Museum Association, Ottawa, ON.

 

Reid, N. (March 2011). Empowering Through Visibility: Exhibiting Student Artwork in Public Spaces. Art Education Graduate Students’ Symposium, Concordia University, Montreal, QC.

 

Beavis, L., & Reid, N. (October 2010). Tracing Ourselves: Using Artistic Mapping as Reflective Practice. Canadian Society for Education through Art, OCADU, Toronto, ON.        

 

Reid, N. (April 2010). The Contemporary Role of Art Museum Educators as Seen Through Their Life Histories. National Art Education Association, Baltimore, MD.

 

Reid, N. (April 2010). Museum community outreach programs and museum mandates: An inseparable pair. Art Education Graduate Students’ Symposium, Concordia University, Montreal, QC.  

 

Beavis, L., Frot, I., & Reid, N. (October 2009). Reaching inside: Exploring art educators’ histories through arts-based research practices. Canadian Society for Education through Art, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

 

Reid, N. (March 2009). Developing Gallery Outreach Policy: A Collaborative Process. Canadian Art Gallery Educators Symposium, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON.

 

De Oliveira, A., Langdon, P., Reid, N., & Sherman, L. (October 2008). The Challenges of Partnerships: Art Education in Galleries & Museums. Canadian Society for Education through Art, Concordia University, Montreal, QC.

 

Invited Contributions or Technical Reports

 

Garcia, C, Mitchell, C., Carter, M. R., Ezcurra, M., Reid, N., Nyariro, M. Tissenbaum, S., (2022). Arts-based interventions for sexual violence prevention: A toolkit. McGill University. https://www.mcgill.ca/definetheline/files/definetheline/a_toolkit_arts-based_interventions_for_sexual_violence_prevention_garcia_et_al._2022.pdf

 

Reid, N. S (2016). Understanding Lived Museum Histories: Preparing a Teaching Museum Culture. Document developed for the University of Arizona Museum of Art at the University of Arizona.

 

Reid, N. S., & Lachapelle, R.  (2016). In cooperation with SIGEMM: A special issue on museum education and cultural mediation. Canadian Review of Art Education, 43(1), 3-5.

 

Reid, N. S. (2015). [Review of the book Teaching and learning in a diverse world: Multicultural education for young children]. Teachers College Record. http://www.tcrecord.org/content.asp?contentid=18160

 

Reid, N., & Giguère, A. (2014). Avant propos/Foreword. Muséologies: Les cahiers d'études supérieures, 7(1), 13-31.

 

Reid, N. (2014). Learning laboratory: Cultivating a teaching museum culture in a university art museum. Museum Education Monitor. (May), 2.

 

Reid, N. S. (2014). Social practice as gallery programming: An interview with Sarah Febbraro. Muséologies: Les cahiers d’études supérieures, 7(1), 159-166.

 

Noël Smith, B. L., Becker, K. L., Miller, L. R., Reid, N. S., & Sorenson, M. D. (2014). Introduction: Our gracious nod to New Orleans. In B. L. Noël Smith, K. L. Becker, L. R., Miller, N. S. Reid, & M.D. Sorenson (Eds.). Collective unravelings of the hegemonic web. (pp. xvii-xxi). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Press.

 

Reid, N. (2012). Current realities of multicultural education in contemporary art museums: Stories from art museum educators of colour. Museum Education Monitor. (May), 2.

 

Reid, N. (2010). The contemporary identities of art museum educators as expressed through their life histories. Museum Education Monitor. (November), 2.

 

Reid, N. (2010). [Review of the book Essays on aesthetic education for the 21st Century]. Canadian Review of Art Education, 37, 96-102.

 

Reid, N. (2009). [Review of the book Canadian art/works: A resource for primary, junior, intermediate & senior teachers]. Canadian Review of Art Education, 36, 119-124.

 

Reid, N. (2008). FOFA Gallery Education Policy. Document developed for the FOFA Gallery at Concordia University.

 

Reid, N. (2007). Developing Gallery Outreach Policy: A Collaborative Process, Unpublished Thesis and Professional Document for La Centrale Galerie Powerhouse, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

 

Reid, N. (2005). Connecting with Visitors: Methods for Increasing Visitors’ Comfort Levels in Guided Museum Tours. Document developed for the Canadian Centre for Architecture.

 

Professional Activities

 

Editorial Roles

 

Co-Editor ~ Lachapelle, R., & Reid, N. S. (2016). Museum education and cultural mediation [Special Issue]. Canadian Review of Art Education, 43(1).

 

Co-Editor ~ Reid, N. S., & Giguère, A. (2014). Dialogue in contemporary art museums: Education, documentation, and exhibitions [Special Issue]. Muséologies: Les cahiers d’études supérieures, 7(1).

 

Editorial Assistant ~ Canadian Review of Art Education (CRAE). 2008 – 2010.

 

Manuscript Reviews

 

Art Education Journal. Total reviews: 16.

 

Canadian Review of Art Education (CRAE). Total reviews: 3.

 

Girlhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal. Total reviews: 1.

 

International Journal of Education and the Arts. Total reviews: 1.

 

International Journal of the Inclusive Museum. Total reviews: 3. 

 

Journal of Culture Research in Art Education. Total reviews: 5.

 

Journal of Curriculum & Pedagogy. Total reviews: 3. 

 

Journal on Social Theory in Art Education. Total reveiws: 10.

 

Multicultural Perspectives. Total reviews: 1. 

 

Muséologies: Les cahiers d’études supérieures. Total reviews : 2. 

 

Book Proposal Reviews

 

University of British Columbia Press. Total reviews: 1. 

 

Book Reviews

 

Reid, N. S. (2015). [Review of the book Teaching and learning in a diverse world]. Teachers College Record.

 

Reid, N. (2010). [Review of the book Essays on aesthetic education for the 21st Century]. Canadian Review of Art Education, 37, 96-102.

 

Reid, N. (2009). [Review of the book Canadian art/works: A resource for primary, junior, intermediate & senior teachers]. Canadian Review of Art Education, 36, 119-124.

 

Reid, N. (2008). [Review of the book From periphery to center: Art museum education in the 21st Century]. Canadian Review of Art Education, 35, 99-102.

 

Award Reviews

 

National Art Education Association

November – December 2013 ~ Elliot Eisner Doctoral Research Award in Art Education Review Committee

 

Workshops and Invited Community and Course Presentations

 

Beavis, L, Ezcurra, L, Reid, N. S., Shariff, S. (June 2019). In/Visible: Body as Reflective Site Curators’ and IMPACTS Director Talk. Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, QC.

 

Reid, N. S. (May 2018). Artists Reaching Out. Art and Ideas talk, Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, QC.

 

Reid, N. S. (January 2016). Invited guest speaker for docents at the Jewish History Museum, Tucson, AZ.

 

Reid, N. S. (March 2015). Invited guest speaker for Dr. Elizabeth Garber’s Research Methods in Art and Visual Culture Education (ARE530) course, School of Art, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

 

Reid, N. S. (January 2015). Invited guest speaker for the Center for Creative Photography’s Moroccan Project, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

 

Reid, N. S. (February 2014). Invited guest speaker for Dr. Sarah Moore’s Topics in Museum Studies (ARH400/500) course, School of Art, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

 

Reid, N. S. (February 2014). Invited guest speaker for Dr. Sarah Moore’s Topics in Museum Studies (ARH400/500) course, School of Art, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

 

Griner, D., & Reid, N. S. (August 2014). 2D Graduate Teaching Workshop, School of Art, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

 

Reid, N. S. (October 2014). Invited guest speaker for the University of Arizona’s docent program, University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ.

 

Reid, N. S. (October 2013). Invited guest speaker for Dr. Elizabeth Garber’s Research Methods in Art and Visual Culture Education (ARE530) course, School of Art, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

 

Reid, N. S. (October 2013). Invited guest speaker for the College of Fine Arts Advisory Board, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

 

Reid, N. S. (September 2013). Invited guest speaker for the University of Arizona’s docent program, University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ.

 

Reid, N. S. (June 2013). Workshop Creator and Leader for Summer Teacher Institute. Corcoran Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.

 

Reid, N. (November 2012). Invited guest speaker on Ethics in Museum Research: Two Case-Studies. Dr. Jennifer Carter’s Séminaire de synthèse, Département d’histoire de l’art, Université de Québec à Montréal, Montreal, QC.

 

Reid, N. (July 2011). Art Stories: Creation Spaces & Memories. Recto/Verso, FOFA Gallery, Montreal, QC.

 

Reid, N. (July 2011). Contemporary Issues in Art Museum Education. Visual & Performing Arts in Canada Course, Concordia University, Montreal, QC.  

       

Reid, N. (November 2008). Contemporary Museum Education Practices. Dr. Alice Ming Wai Jim’s Aspects of Curatorial Practice course, Concordia University, Montreal, Qc. 

 

Presentation and Panel Moderation

 

Moderator for Artful Action: Art for Addressing and Preventing Sexualized Violence Panel (November 2022). Office of Equity and Human Rights’ 5 Days of Action, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC.

 

Moderator for over 30 conferences and artist talks at the McClure Gallery (January 2017-2021). Visual Arts Centre, Montreal, QC.

 

 Moderator for the Identity Part 2 session of the Art Education Graduate Student Symposium (March 2012). Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.

 

Moderator for the Keynote Artist Conversation with Lisa Gasior, Peter Gibson (aka Roadsworth), & Devora Neumark. Art Education Graduate Student Symposium (March 2011). Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.

 

Curated Art Exhibitions

 

Reid, N. S. (April – June 2022). Breaking the Mold. Downtown Legacy Art Gallery, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC.

 

Beavis, L., Ezcurra, M., & Reid, N. S. (June 2019). In/Visible: Body as Reflective Site. McClure Gallery, Montreal, QC. https://www.visualartscentre.ca/mcclure-gallery/exhibitions/archives-index/season-2018-2019/#invisible

 

Group and Duo Art Exhibitions

 

Boileau, C., & Reid, N. S. (March 2023) playing WITH – playing OUT, arc.hive, Victoria, BC.

 

Boileau, C., & Reid, N. S. (July - August 2023) playing WITH – playing OUT, BC Ministry of Education Gallery, Victoria, BC.

 

Boileau, C., & Reid, N. S. (November 2023) playing WITH – playing OUT, A. Wilfrid Johns Gallery, Victoria, BC.

 

Faculty Members from the Art Education Program. (April – June 2022). Breaking the Mold: UVic Art Education Faculty Exhibition, Downtown Legacy Art Gallery, University of Victoria, BC.

 

Faculty Members from the School of Art. (September 2013). University of Arizona School of Art Faculty Exhibition, University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ.

 

8.     Teaching Duties at the University of Victoria

 

Year(s)

Course

Hours/Week

Term

No. of Students

2023

AE314

3

Spring

24

2022

EDCI 510

10

Summer

13

 

AE 314

3

Spring

19

 

EDCI 307A

3

Spring

33

 

Directed Studies

 

Year(s)

Course

Hours/Week

Term

Student Name(s)

 

 

 

 

 

2023

EDCI 690

3

Spring

Faraz Parast and Yi Qian

2022

EDCI 590

3

Spring

Sophie Ladd

 

Graduate Students

 

Supervisor

Name

Date

Role

Details

 

 

 

 

Yi Qian

In-Progress

Co-Supervisor

  PhD

Arantxa Ledda

In-Progress

Supervisor

  M.Ed.

MyraJean Marshall

In-Progress

Supervisor

  M.Ed.

Jo Roueche

In-Progress

Supervisor

  M.Ed.

 

Committee Member

Name

Date

Role

Details

 

 

 

 

Leona Fabien

Nov. 22, 2022

External Reviewer

MA Defense (UWI)

Elsa Carrington Clark

Mar. 13, 2020

External Member of Committee

PhD Proposal Defense (UWI)

 

9.     Administrative Service: Committee and Service Activities

 

Department/School Committees and Responsibilities

2022-Present

Co-Chair, EDCI Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Decolonization Committee (UVic)

2022-Present

Member, Centre for Outreach Education (CORE) Committee (UVic)

2022-Present

Member, Faculty of Education, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Decolonization Committee (UVic)

2002-Present

Coordinator, A. Wilfrid Johns Gallery (UVic)

2022-Present

Member, Faculty of Education Undergraduate Awards Committee (UVic)

2022

Member, EDCI Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Decolonization Committee (UVic)