MARLENE  CREATES

 

Born in Montreal, 1952 / Née à Montréal en 1952.

 
EDUCATION / ÉTUDES

Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Bachelor of Art Education (Hons.), 1970-74.

Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, English 4911, Advanced Creative Writing in Poetry, 2006

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS / EXPOSITIONS INDIVIDUELLES 

                    A Newfoundland Treasury of Terms for Ice and Snow
2015            Paul Petro Contemporary Art, Toronto, a Featured Exhibition of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
                  
  Tent Gallery, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, Scotland.


                    Marlene Creates: selected works from 30 years, 1982-2012

2013            Paul Petro Contemporary Art, Toronto, a Featured Exhibition of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

                    Marlene Creates: Signs of Our Time

2009            McIntosh Gallery, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario.
2007            Cambridge Galleries, Cambridge, Ontario
2006            Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, Ontario
2005            The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery, St. John’s, Newfoundland
2005
           Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

                    Echoes of Grace

2007            A Space Gallery, Toronto.

 

     Water Flowing to the Sea Captured at the Speed of Light, Blast Hole Pond River,
       Newfoundland 2002-2003

2005            Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

2004            Eastern Edge Gallery, St. John’s, Newfoundland, invitational exhibition for the 20th anniversary of Eastern Edge.

 

                    Language and Land Use, Newfoundland 1994

2003            Paved Art + New Media, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2001            University of New Brunswick Art Centre, Fredericton, New Brunswick.

 

                    Dwelling and Transience

2001            Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia.

 

                    Orientation

2001            Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.

 

                    Questions about the Place, Nova Scotia 1998

2000            Acadia University Art Gallery, Wolfville, Nova Scotia.

 

                    Language and Land Use, Alberta 1993

2000            Medicine Hat Museum and Art Gallery, Alberta.

 

                    Places of Presence and other works
1999            Watershed Media Centre, Bristol, England.

 

                    Intersections: Places, General Regulations, and Memories,
                    Mount Saint Vincent, Halifax 1998

1998            installed on the grounds of Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax,
                    a project of MSVU Art Gallery for the Mount's 125th anniversary.

 

                    Limites municipales, Québec 1997

1997            Vu, Québec, Québec, for Trois fois Trois Paysages.

 

                    The Colour of My Voice, the Colour of the Land, Newfoundland 1996 and Selected Works

1997            McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario.

 

                    Language and Land Use, Newfoundland 1994

1998            Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia

1997            Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

1996            Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, Ontario

1996            Timmins Museum, Timmins, Ontario

1996            Emma Ciotti Gallery, Iroquois Falls, Ontario

1995            Collins Gallery, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, for Fotofeis International
                        Festival of Photography

1995            Eastern Edge Rogue Gallery, St. John's, Newfoundland.

 

                    Marlene Creates: Narratives of Place 1988-1994 / Contes mémographiques 1988-1994

1996            Stewart Hall Art Gallery, Pointe Claire, Quebec.

 

                    Persistance de la géographie

1995            La Chambre blanche, Québec, Québec.

 

                    Marlene Creates: Landworks 1979-1991

1993            Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland, and tour:

1993            Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontar
1993            Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta

1994            Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

1994            Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba

1995            Dalhousie University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

                    Language and Land Use, Alberta 1993

1993            Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta, and tour:

1995            Cherry Coulee Christian Academy, Bow Island, Alberta

1995            Medicine Hat Community College, Alberta.

 

                    Places of Presence: Newfoundland kin and ancestral land, Newfoundland 1989-1991

1994            Southern Newfoundland Seamen’s Museum, Grand Bank, Newfoundland

1994            Mary March Regional Museum, Grand Falls, Newfoundland

1993            Gallery 44, Toronto, Ontario.

 

                    Marlene Creates
1993            SAW Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario, invitational exhibition for the 20th anniversary of SAW Gallery.

 

                    A River, an Island, a City: the Persistence of Geography, Montreal 1992 /

                    Un fleuve, une île, une ville: persistance de la géographie, Montréal 1992

1992            Sun Life Building, Montreal, Quebec.

 

                    The Distance Between Two Points is Measured in Memories, Labrador 1988

1991            Forest City Gallery, London, Ontario

1991            Vik Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, for The Works Festival

1991            Gallery Connexion, Fredericton, New Brunswick

1990            Ufundi Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario

1990            Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver, British Columbia

1989            14th Labrador Creative Arts Festival, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador

1989            Sir Wilfred Grenfell College Art Gallery, Corner Brook, Newfoundland

1989            Eastern Edge, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    The Distance Between Two Points is Measured in Memories

1987            Gallery 101, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Landworks 1979-1985

1987            Northern Life Museum and National Exhibition Centre, Fort Smith, NWT.

 

                    Marlene Creates (Art Gallery of Ontario, Extension Services)

1986            White Water Gallery, North Bay, Ontario

1984            Artcite, Windsor, Ontario

1983            National Exhibition Centre, Thunder Bay, Ontario

1982            Confederation College, Kenora, Ontario.

 

                    Landworks: Baffin Island 1985

1986            Labrador Institute of Northern Studies, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador.

 

                    Landworks: Newfoundland 1982

1986            Arts and Culture Centres, Newfoundland, provincial tour.

 

                    Places, Paths, Memories

1986            Stewart Hall Art Gallery, Pointe Claire, Quebec.

 

                    Des lieux, des sentiers, des souvenirs

1985            Vu, Québec, Québec.

 

                    A Pothole and a Petroglyph, Vancouver Island 1984

1985            Avenue Bookshop, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Paper, Stones and Water

1984-88       Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography touring exhibition:

                    The Station Gallery, Whitby, Ontario

                    National Film Board of Canada, Halifax, Nova Scotia

                    Centre d’exposition de St-Hyacinthe, Québec

                    Temiskaming Art Gallery, Haileybury, Ontario

                    Photo Union Gallery, Hamilton, Ontario

                    W.B. Lewis Library, Deep River, Ontario

                    Bibliothèque de Brossard, Brossard, Québec

                    Musée Minéralogique et d’Histoire Minière, Asbestos, Québec

                    Edmonton Public Library, Edmonton, Alberta.

 

                    Paper and Place

1983            Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan

1983            Centre Eye Gallery, Calgary, Alberta.

 

                    Pierres et Papier

1983            L’Imagier centre d’exposition, Aylmer, Québec.

 

                    On Site

1982            Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    Paper, Stones and Water: Ireland 1981

1981            Algonquin College Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Paper, Stones and Water

1981            Art and Research Exchange, Belfast, Northern Ireland

1981            Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ontario

1981            Artspace, Peterborough, Ontario

1980            SAW Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Two Stories to Every Side

1979            Galerie Sans Nom, Moncton, New Brunswick

1978            SAW Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.


LIVE-ART EVENTS / PERFORMANCES

         The Boreal Poetry Garden, in situ performances:
2016    Breezes, Breath, and Bellows with Christine Carter, clarinet and moose horn; Florian Hoefner, accordion; and Don McKay, poetry and moose horn.  
            St. Bonaventure's College, St. John's, Grade 12 English class.
2015    Earth as planet; earth as soil with poet Don McKay, mycologist Faye Murrin, and botanist Peter Scott,
                in conjunction with the UN International Year of Soils.
2014    Sound Symposium XVII, Boreal Breaths and Steps with Nicola Hawkins, dance; Don McKay, poetry; and Louise Moyes, dance.
             Festival of New Dance, Boreal Breaths and Steps part 2 with Susanna Hood, dance, and Scott Thomson, trombone.

            ‘open mic’ event at The Boreal Poetry Garden in conjunction with 100 Thousand Poets and Musicians for Change.
2013    Musicians in Concert with The Boreal Poetry Garden with Rob Power, percussion; Rozalind MacPhail, flute; & Ilia Nicoll, viola.
            Memorial University of Newfoundland, Department of English, Writing With Pictures.
            ‘open mic’ event at The Boreal Poetry Garden in conjunction with 100 Thousand Poets and Musicians for Change.
2012    The Garden, The Field, The Boreal & Its Understory with conservation biologist Luise Hermanutz and guest poet Liz Zetlin.
            Birds and Beasts and Other Creatures with cognitive and behavioral ecologist Bill Montevecchi and guest poet Monica Kidd.
            Tuff Love: Ancient Volcanic Rock on the Northeast Avalon with geologist Paul Dean and guest poet Don McKay.
            Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Annual General Assembly.
            Memorial University Department of Education, Environmental Education Across the Curriculum.
2011    The UN International Year of Forests 2011 and Canada’s first National Tree Day, with guest poets Mary Dalton, Tom Dawe,
                    Danielle Devereaux, and Don McKay.
2010    The Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland & Labrador.
2009    Eastern Edge Gallery, fund-raising event.
2008    The League of Canadian Poets, Poetry Festival and Conference.
2008    Sound Symposium XIV.


INTERNET PROJECT / PROJET INTERNET

2010         A Virtual Walk of The Boreal Poetry Garden, in collaboration with Elizabeth Zetlin and Jed Baker.

VIDEO SCREENINGS

2016      Wessex Society of Newfoundland, Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University, St. John’s.

               Canadian High Commission, Canada House, London, England.

               Schumacher College, Dartington Hall Estate, Totnes, Devon, England, Language, Landscape & the Sublime symposium.

               Somerset House, London, England, Walking Women symposium.

               Guemgang Nature Art Biennale, video exhibition Water, Korean Nature Artists Association YATOO, Chungnam, Republic of Korea.

               rare Charitable Research Reserve, ECO Centre, Cambridge, Ontario.

               Boreal Ecology, Biology 3610, Memorial University, St. John's.
2015      
Women Directors' International Film Festival, New Delhi, India.

                Finger Lakes Environmental Fim Festival, Ithaca College, NY.
               
Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Special Event sponsored by Cultural & Media Studies and
                        Interdisciplinary Humanities, Royal York Hotel, Toronto.
                Resource Centre for the Arts, LSPU Hall, St. John’s at the book launch for Brickle, Nish, and Knobbly: A Newfoundland
                        Treasury of Terms for Ice and Snow
, Boulder Publications.

                University of Cambridge, Green Knowledge' biennial conference of the Association for the Study of Literature and
                        Environment–UK & Ireland (ASLE–UKI), Cambridge, England.
                Voices from the Waters International Traveling Film Festival, Bangalore, India.

                University of Strathclyde, Canadian Literature Reading Group, English Department, School of Humanities and
                        Social Sciences, Glasgow, Scotland.            

               University of St Mark & St John, English and Creative Writing program, Plymouth, England.
2014        Boreal Ecology, Biology 3610, Memorial University, St. John’s.
                WADE IN,
part of Eastern Edge Gallery's 30th anniversary events, 30/30 Vision.
                St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival, St. John’s, Newfoundland.
                ViDEOTExT Festival, Bramberg, Austria.
                Society for Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture at Congress 2014 of the Humanities and Social Sciences,
                        Brock University, St. Catharine’s, Ontario.
2011        Ok.Quoi?! Contemporary Arts Festival, Video Drive-In, Sackville, New Brunswick.
2010        Planet in Focus International Environmental Film & Video Festival, “Green Market”, Toronto.
2010        St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival, St. John’s, Newfoundland.
2010        The Voice: VISIBLE VERSE Videopoetry Festival, Vancouver, BC.

2007        St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS / EXPOSITIONS COLLECTIVES                 

           The Tremendous Elusive: Emily Carr and the Canadian Imaginary
2016   Canada House Gallery, London, England.


           Landing
2015   Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Ontario.


           Nature Present in conjunction with the Future of Nature? conference and festival
2015    Rotary Arts Centre, City Hall, Corner Brook, Newfoundland.


            Incidence Report

2015    Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.


            A Mark of Effort, participatory art project and exhibition
2015    University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, Surrey, UK

             The Art of Walking
2014     The Museum in the Park, Stroud, Gloucestershire, England, UK.

              Land Reform(ed) / Le paysage (re)visité
2014      Âjagemô Gallery (Canada Council for the Arts exhibition space), Ottawa, Ontario.


               Changing Tides: Contemporary Art of Newfoundland and Labrador
2014       McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario.

               Vernal Pool: A participatory art project about place + precipitation
               by Karen Abel with Jessica Marion Barr, part of Grow Op: Exploring Landscape + Place
2014       Gladstone Hotel, Toronto.

               Artists’ Walks
2014       Art Gallery of Peterborough, Ontario.


               The Walking Encyclopaedia
2014       AirSpace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, England, UK.

                History Becomes You
2013        Paul Petro Contemporary Art, Toronto.

                Lost Horizon: Landscape by Other Means
2013        Saint Mary's University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.


                Heart of the Moment: Selections from the Permanent Collection
2013        Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa.

                 Spotlight on 40 Years: Artworks from the Canada Council Art Bank
2012         Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, Ontario.

                engram (a memory trace)
2011          MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan.


                   25 for 25: A celebration of the Provincial Art Bank Program’s 25 years of collecting
2011           Provincial Seamen’s Museum, Grand Bank, Newfoundland
2012           Mary March Provincial Museum, Grand Falls, Newfoundland

2012          The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

                  The Living City: Inclusive, Sustainable, Creative
2010           Canada Pavilion, World Expo 2010, Shanghai, China.


                   Provincial Arts and Letters Exhibition
2010           The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery, St. John's, Newfoundland.

                   Reflections on Water
2009           Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World, Haldon Forest Park,
                   Exeter, Devon, UK


                   Time After Timeline Members Exhibition for the 25th anniversary of Eastern Edge
2009           Eastern Edge Gallery, St. John's, Newfoundland.


                   Evidence: The Ottawa City Project

2008           Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                   Trace Elements: Selections from The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery

2008            Rideau Hall, Ottawa, Ontario.

                    Community Art Exhibition
2008            A1C Gallery, St. John's, Newfoundland.

                    A Century of Women and Work

2007            Toronto City Hall, Toronto, Ontario

2007            Workers Arts & Heritage Centre, Hamilton, Ontario

2007            Sheraton Centre, Toronto

2007            St. Clair Centre for the Arts, Windsor, Ontario

2007            Westin Harbour Castle Hotel, Toronto

2007             Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto

2008             Royal York, Toronto

2008             Workers Arts & Heritage Centre, Hamilton, Ontario

2009             British Columbia Government Employees Union conference, Vancouver.

                   
                    REcollections

2007            The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    A Walk in the Park

2007            Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

                    Sur la route / On the road

2006            Musée régional de Rimouski, Rimouski, Québec.

 

                    New Acquisitions

2006            Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.

 

                    Imprints

2005            Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Weathervane

2005            The Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario

2005            Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Ontario

2006            Museum London, London, Ontario

2006            La Galerie d’art de l’Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), Montréal, Québec.

 

                    Selections from the Permanent Collection, opening exhibition

2005            The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    Off Grid

2005            The Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Three Rivers: wild waters, sacred places

2004            Yukon Arts Centre Public Art Gallery, Whitehorse, Yukon, and tour:

2005            Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa, Ontario

2005            Maltwood Art Museum and Gallery, University of Victoria, British Columbia

2006            Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna, British Columbia

2006            Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Ontario

 

                    Exhibit A: Photography from Atlantic Canada

2004            Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, and tour:

2005            Sir Wilfred Grenfell College Art Gallery, Corner Brook, Newfoundland

2005            Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art, Toronto, Ontario.

 

                    Future Cities

2004            Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ontario.

 

                    The Limestone Barrens Project

2004            Sir Wilfred Grenfell College Art Gallery, Corner Brook, Newfoundland, and tour:

2004            Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, Ontario

2005            Model Arts and Niland Gallery, Sligo, Ireland

2005            The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    First View: Recent Acquisitions

2003            Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Revealing the Subject

2003            Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Ontario, and tour:

2003            WKP Kennedy Gallery, North Bay, Ontario

2004            Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Ontario

2004            The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington, Bowmanville, Ontario

2004            MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, Ontario.

 

                    The Bigger Picture: Portraits from Ottawa

2003            The Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    View Finders: Celebrating 50 Years of Collecting

2003            MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan.

 

                    Dualities: Contemporary works from the Permanent Collection

2003            Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

                    The AGNL & the RCA: A Survey

2003            Art Gallery of Newfoundland & Labrador, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    Artists in the Arctic

2003            National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Tide Line: Contemporary art from the Atlantic Provinces, part of the Atlantic Scene Festival

2003            City Hall Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Atlantic Art, part of the Atlantic Scene Festival

2003            National Arts Centre, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    A Little Bit of Funk: Recent Western and Contemporary Acquisitions

2003            Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia.

 

                    This City Light, The Annual Eastern Edge Members Exhibition

2003            St. John’s City Hall, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    North & South: tradition, invention and intervention in Labrador

2002            Art Gallery of Newfoundland & Labrador, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    An Invested Nature

2002            Dalhousie University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

                    River City

2001            The Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta.

 

                    A Hard Place: Observations on Geology in the Permanent Collection

2001            Art Gallery of Newfoundland & Labrador, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    Artists in a Floating World: the Marion McCain Atlantic Art Exhibition

2000            Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, New Brunswick, and tour:

2001            Dalhousie University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia

2001            London Regional Gallery, London, Ontario.

 

                    From the Eastern Edge

2000            I-Land Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.

 

                    Year 01

2000            Eastern Edge Gallery, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    Zone 6B: Art in the Environment

2000            The City of Hamilton and the Royal Botanical Gardens, through the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Ontario.

 

                    “Taking Inspiration from Marlene Creates, Canadian Photographer”: Exploring ‘Place’
                    within School
, Photography of Visual Arts Students from the Toronto District School Board

2000            I-Land Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.

 

                    Cultural Cross Currents: ConTexts

2000            MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan.

 

                    In Camera

2000            Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, Ontario.

 

                    Four on the Floor

2000            Eastern Edge Gallery, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    Light Proof

2000            Art Gallery of Newfoundland & Labrador, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    Love

2000            Resource Centre for the Arts, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    Marlene Creates: Questions about the Place, Nova Scotia 1998 &
                    Richard Holden: Local Histories

1999            Eastern Edge Gallery, St. John's, Newfoundland.

 

                    Land Marks

1999            National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Images of Us

1999            Resource Centre for the Arts, St. John's, Newfoundland.

 

                    Landshapes: Records of Actions, part of SIGHT/SITE: Visualizing Earth at the Millennium

1999            Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, Florida, and tour:

2000            The von Liebig Art Center, Naples, Florida

2000            The Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach, Virginia.

 

                    Ville imaginaire, ville identitaire

1998            Salle Multi de Méduse, Québec, Québec, for colloque organized by l'Université Laval and Vu.

 

                    Landscape and Place; Narrative and Photography

1998            Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

                    La Face / The Face – In Search of the Emblematic

1998            Dazibao, Montreal, Quebec.

 

                    Métronome

1998            La Chambre blanche, Québec, Québec.

 

                    Les lieux communs: Culture populaire et art contemporain

1997            Musée régional de Rimouski, Rimouski, Québec

1998            CIAC – Centre international d'art contemporain, Montréal, Québec.

 

                    Contemporary Charts

1997            Devon House Gallery, St. John's, Newfoundland.

 

                    500 Years Later: Contemporary Photography in Newfoundland & Labrador,
                    St. John's Photography Co-Op

1997            Resource Centre for the Arts, St. John's, Newfoundland.

 

                    Theatrum Mundi: the Marion McCain Atlantic Art Exhibition

1997            Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, New Brunswick, and tour:

1998            Dalhousie University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia

1998            Art Gallery of Newfoundland & Labrador, St. John's, Newfoundland

1999            Canadian Embassy, Washington, D.C.

1999            MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan.

 

                    Survey Results Show...

                    National Gallery of Canada touring exhibition:

1997            Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Ontario

1997            The Nickle Arts Museum, Calgary, Alberta

1998            Rodman Hall Arts Centre, St. Catharines, Ontario

1998            Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

 

                    Contours

1997            Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.

 

                    Manœuvres: Regional Representation in the Canada Council Art Bank

1997            The Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Selected Photographs from the City of Ottawa Collection

1997            Karsh-Masson Gallery, Ottawa City Hall, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    The Labrador Interpretation Centre, North West River, Labrador

1997            inaugural exhibition opened by HM Queen Elizabeth II.

 

                    Rethinking the Rural in Contemporary Newfoundland Art

1997            Art Gallery of Newfoundland & Labrador, St. John's, Newfoundland.

 

                    St. John's Photography Co-Op

1996            Resource Centre for the Arts, St. John's, Newfoundland.

 

                    Looking Back IV: 1991-1995

1996            Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta.

 

                    Swinging the Lead

1996            The Old Leadworks, Bristol, England, for Bristol 96, International Festival of the Sea.

 

                    Container 96 – Art Across Oceans

1996            Copenhagen, Denmark, for Copenhagen 96, Cultural Capital of Europe.

 

                    Signatures: Newfoundland Women Artists and Writers

1996            Eastern Edge Gallery, St. John's, Newfoundland.

 

                    Afterimages: Representing The Absent Body

1996            School of Architecture, Technical University of Nova Scotia, Halifax.

 

                    The Edge of Town, Second International Distinguished Artists Symposium and Exhibition

1995            Joseloff Gallery, University of Hartford, Connecticut.

 

                    Storyland: Narrative Vision and Social Space

1995            Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, Alberta.

 

                    Displaced Histories / Histoires déplacées

1995            Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Calanais

1995            An Lanntair, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland, and tour:

1995            Galerie du Faouëdic, Hôtel de Ville, Lorient, Brittany, France, for Festival Interceltique de Lorient

1996            Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

1996            Barrack Street Museum, Dundee, Scotland

1997            Maclaurin Art Gallery, Ayr, Scotland

1997            Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland

1997            Ironworks Gallery, Summerlee Heritage Park, Coatbridge, Scotland.

 

                    Land and Sea: Eight Artists from Newfoundland

1995            Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John’s (formerly Art Gallery of Memorial University)

1995            The Queen’s University of Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland

1995            The Glebe House and Gallery, Churchill, County Donegal, Ireland

1995            Monaghan County Museum Gallery, Monaghan, Ireland

1996            Model Arts Centre, Sligo, Ireland

1996            Garter Lane Arts Centre, Waterford, Ireland

1996            The Boole Library, University College, Cork, Ireland.

 

                    Anti-Slogans

1995            Cairn Gallery, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, England.

 

                    Landscapes and Portraits from City Collections

1994            Karsh-Masson Gallery, Ottawa City Hall, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    The Vocation of Storytelling: rooted in community

1994            Struts Centre, Sackville, New Brunswick.

 

                    Home Is Where The Art Is

1994            Eastern Edge, St. John’s, Newfoundland, and tour:

1994            Galerie B-312 Émergence, Montréal, Québec

1994            SAW Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario

1995            Forest City Gallery, London, Ontario

1996            Definitely Superior, Thunder Bay, Ontario

1996             Alternator Gallery, Kelowna, BC.

 

                    Anecdotes and Enigmas: the Marion McCain Atlantic Art Exhibition

1994            Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, New Brunswick, and tour:

1995            Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland

1995            Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax

1996            Hart House Art Gallery, University of Toronto, Ontario.

 

                    Margins of Memory

1993            Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario.

 

                    Earth, Air and Water

1993            Eastern Edge, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    Earthscape

1993            Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Ontario.

 

                    Telling Tales

1993            White Water Gallery, North Bay, Ontario.

 

                    Possible Maps

1993            Resource Centre for the Arts, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    Michel Campeau et/and Marlene Creates: Photo-sequences

1993            Eastern Edge, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    New Found Photographers

1993            James Baird Gallery, St. John’s and Toronto.

 

                    Pièces d'identités

1993            La Centrale, Montréal, Québec.

 

                    In Tandem: works by Marlene Creates, Har Prakash Khalsa, and Arlene Stamp
                    in collaboration with others

1992            KAAI, Kingston, Ontario.

 

                    Impact: Public Installations by Artists of Atlantic Canada /
                    Installations publiques par des artistes du Canada
atlantique

1992            Moncton, New Brunswick, through Galerie d’art de l’Université de Moncton.

 

                    Fire

1992            Eastern Edge, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    Environment

1992            The Photographers Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

 

                    Rephotographing the Land

1992            Dalhousie University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

                    No Fishing

1991            Resource Centre for the Arts, St. John’s, Newfoundland.

 

                    Location and Displacement

1991            SAW Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Wrapture

1990            Ufundi Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Some Photographic Elements

1989            Gallery 44, Toronto, Ontario.

 

                    Maskunow: A Trail, A Path

1989            Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John’s.

 

                    Notions of Environment

1989            Eastern Edge, St. John’s, Newfoundland, and tour:

1989            Great George Gallery, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

1989            Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia

1989            AKA, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

 

                    20th Anniversary Exhibition (Queen’s and St. Lawrence Fine Arts Programs)

1989            Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ontario.

 

                    Persons Award Exhibition (for the Status of Women)

1988            National Arts Centre, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    On Landscape

1988            Ufundi Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Transart

1988-           Ottawa-Carleton Transitway and Canada Council Art Bank project.

 

                    Sans Démarcation

1987            Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, through the Art Gallery of Algoma and Visual Arts Ontario.

 

                    101 at NAC

1987            Niagara Artists’ Centre, St. Catharines, Ontario.

 

                    Process to 3D

1986            The Gallery/Stratford, Stratford, Ontario (Art Gallery of Ontario, Extension Services).

 

                    The Physicality of Landscape: Christo, Paterson Ewen, Marlene Creates

1985            Artspace, Peterborough, Ontario.

 

                    Traces from the Travels of Marlene Creates and Pat Martin Bates

1985            Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

 

                    Ontario Jury Exhibition

1985            Rodman Hall, St. Catharines, Ontario.

 

                    Intervention in the Landscape

1985            Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario.

 

                    Polaroid deux

1985            Axe Néo-7, Hull, Québec.

 

                    Contemporary Canadian Photography from the Collection of the National Film Board

1984-87       national touring exhibition:

                    Musée du Québec, Québec

                    Art Gallery of Hamilton

                    Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax

                    National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

                    Winnipeg Art Gallery

                    Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver

                    Edmonton Art Gallery.

 

                    Regional Juried Exhibition

1983            Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ontario.

 

                    Photographic Sequences

1983            Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough, Ontario.

 

                    Ontario Jury Exhibition

1982            Rodman Hall, St. Catharines, Ontario.

 

                    Elements: Points of View on Nature / Éléments : points de vue sur la nature

1981            National Film Board of Canada, Photo Gallery, Ottawa.

 

                    Provincial Cultural Symposium exhibition

1981            Ottawa City Hall, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Letters to Kobe

1981            Kobe Port Island Exposition, Kobe, Japan.

 

                    Four Ottawa Artists

1978            Artspace, Peterborough, Ontario.

 

                    Visual Arts Faculty Exhibitions

1977-79       Algonquin College Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

                    Artists Who Teach

1977            York Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

 

HONOURS / DISTINCTIONS

Special Recognition Award, International Film Festival for Environment, Health, and Culture, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2015
Royal Reel Award, Canada International Film Festival, Vancouver, 2015
The Grand Jury Award, Yosemite International Film Festival, 2014
The BMW Exhibition Prize, Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, Toronto, 2013
Government of Newfoundland & Labrador Arts and Letters Award (Poetry), 2010
The CARFAC National Visual Arts Advocate Award, 2009
The Long Haul Award
, Excellence in Visual Arts (EVAs), VANL-CARFAC, 2009
Elected to the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, 2001

The 1996 Artist of the Year Award, Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council

 ‘Best of Show’, Regional Juried Exhibition, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ontario, 1983

‘1st prize, photography’, Graphic Art Horizons, Ottawa juried exhibition, 1983

 

GRANTS / BOURSES

Canada Council for the Arts

Canada/Newfoundland Agreement on Economic Renewal

Canada/Newfoundland Cooperation Agreement on Cultural Industries

Canada/Newfoundland Comprehensive Economic Development Agreement

City of St. John’s

Cultural Economic Development Program, Government of Newfoundland & Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council

Ontario Arts Council


VISITING ARTIST lectures, panels / ARTISTE INVITÉE, conférences

Acadia University Art Gallery, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, 1992, 2000

Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, 1981, 2001

AKA, Saskatoon, 1989

Algonquin College Gallery, Ottawa, 1981

ARCCO Conference, Convergence Strategies & Influences, Congress Centre, Ottawa, 2002

Art and Research Exchange, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1981

Artcite, Windsor, 1984
Art Ex: Visual Art in the Exploits Valley, artists' panel, Gordon Pinsent Centre for the Arts, Grand Falls-Windors, 2010

Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie, 1987

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, 2001

Art Gallery of Newfoundland & Labrador, St. John’s, 1999, 2001
        The City Lecture Series, 2000

Art Gallery of Peterborough, Ontario, 1993

Artspace, Peterborough, 1981, 1985

Association of Canadian Clubs: Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Lindsay, Medicine Hat, Moose Jaw, Orillia, Oshawa, 1983-84

Association for Literature, Environment, and Culture in Canada (ALECC), plenary speaker at the biennial conference,
    Space + Memory = Place, University of British Columbia Okanagan, Kelowna, B.C., 2012
The Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff, Alberta, panel: Narratives of Place and Displacement, 1995
Battle Harbour National Historic Site, Labrador, 2008

Bay St.George Community College, Stephenville, Newfoundland, 1982, 1989

Bishop Feild Elementary School, St. John's, 1998, 1999

Brock University, Department of Fine Arts, St. Catharines, 1985

Brother T. I. Murphy Learning Resource Centre, Community Youth Arts Program, St. John's, 2003, 2008
Cabot College, Textile Studies Program, St. John’s, 1994

Cambridge Galleries, Cambridge, Ontario, 2007

Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, 1987

Canadian Historical Association Annual General Meeting at Congress 2011 of the Humanities and Social Sciences, St. Thomas University,
          Fredericton, panel: Art, Memory, and Place: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the work of Marlene Creates, 2011
Canadian Museums Association national conference, St. John's, 2010
          panel: The Art and Science of People, Place and Meaning

Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa, 1995

Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, St. John’s, 2007

Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, 1993
        Department of Continuing Studies, 1987

        Department of Art History, 1992

La Centrale, Montréal, 1993

Central Junior Secondary School, Victoria, 2000

Central Newfoundland Visual Arts Society (CNVAS), Grand Falls-Windsor, 2012
Centre Eye Gallery, Calgary, 1983
Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World, Haldon Forest Park, Exeter, Devon, England, 2009

La Chambre blanche/Musée du Québec, Québec, Investir un lieu, 1995

College of the North Atlantic, Visual Arts Department, Stephenville, Newfoundland, 2000
College of the North Atlantic, Textile Studies Program, St. John's, Artists' Copyright and Intellectual Property, 2011

Collins Gallery, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, 1995

Commonwealth Foundation, Fellowship Program, St. John's, 1996
Concordia University, Montreal, Faculty of Fine Arts, 1992, 2016
        Art History Department, 1995
        Photography Programme, 1998
        Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture, Waters Lost, Waters Found Research Group, 2016

Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, 1992, 1994

Confederation College, Kenora, 1982

Crafts Council of Newfoundland & Labrador, A Public Art and Commissions Seminar, 2003

Dalhousie University Art Gallery, Halifax, 1992, 1995

Dazibao, Montréal, 1993
Deveron Arts, Huntly, Scotland, 2015

Dundas Valley School of Art, Dundas, Ontario, 1983

Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, 1983

Eastern Edge, St. John’s, 1999
        CARFAC Self-management seminar for Visual Artists, 1994

        Manufacturing a Newfoundland Culture: the Arts and the Bottom Line, 1996

        Container 96 – Art Across Oceans, Copenhagen, 1996
        The Salon Féministe, 2002
        Women with a Cause, 2008

      Art=Work, A Public Forum Regarding Arts Workers in Newfoundland & Labrador, 2013

Edmonton Art Gallery, 1993, 2001
Elemental Festival on Walking, 4elements Living Arts, Kagawong, Manitoulin Island, Ontario, 2016

Est-Nord-Est, Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Québec, 1997

Forest City Gallery, London, Ontario, 1991

Full Tilt Creative Centre, McIvers, Newfoundland, Polyglot Plot colloquium, 2012
Gallery 44, Toronto, 1993

Gallery 101, Ottawa, 1987

Gallery Connexion, Fredericton, 1991

Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland, 1994

Grant MacEwan Community College, Fine Art Program, Edmonton, 1993

Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, Connecticut,  1995

Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador, Intangible Cultural Heritage Program,
        Drawing Memory Maps workshops at the Arts & Culture Centre, St. John’s, 2012
       
and at Fishing for Folklore: An Introduction to Intangible Cultural Heritage, Petty Harbour Community Centre, 2014
Inuit Art Foundation, Nain, Labrador, 1991

Kelowna Art Gallery, BC, 2013
Labrador East Integrated School Board, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Labrador, 1989

League of Canadian Poets Annual Conference, St. John’s, panel: The Moving Image of Poetry, 2008

The Library & Gallery, Cambridge, Ontario, 1994

The Light Symposium, organized by the Philosophy & English Departments, Memorial University, and
        the Art Gallery of Newfoundland & Labrador, St. John’s, 2002

Los Parronales Writers' Retreat, El Noviciado, Chile, Re-seeing Things, 2012

MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, panel: The Relevance of Regionalism, 1999

Mary March Regional Museum, Grand Falls, Newfoundland, 1994

Marystown Central High School, Marystown, Newfoundland, 1989

McIntosh Gallery, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, 2009

McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, panel: Zone 6B: Art in the Environment, 2000

McMaster University, Art Department, Hamilton, 1983
       School of the Arts, 2016

McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario, 1997

Medicine Hat Museum and Art Gallery, Alberta, 2000

Memorial University, Corner Brook, Newfoundland, 1982
Memorial University Art Gallery, St. John’s, Newfoundland, 1982, 1987, 1990, 1993

        Extension Arts, St. John’s, 1986

        Department of Humanities, School of Graduate Studies, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001
        Faculty of Education, Between a Rock and a Great Place, Learning Vacation, 2002

      Faculty of Education, conference: Despite This Loss: Culture, Memory and Identity in Newfoundland and Labrador, 2006

        Women’s Studies Program,  2006
        Faculty of Education, Environmental Education Across the Curriculum, 2012
        Department of English, Writing With Pictures, 2013
        Writing East: Creative Writing in Atlantic Canada conference, session: “Writing, Publishing, and Beyond,” 2014
        Department of English, Explore a Boreal Forest through Poetry and Multimedia (with Derek Gladwin, U of Alberta), 2014

Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, 2003

Monaghan County Museum Gallery, Monaghan, Ireland, 1995

Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax, 1985, 1998

Musée régional de Rimouski, Rimouski, Québec, 1997

National Exhibition Centre, Thunder Bay, 1983

National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 1987, 1993, 1999

Newfoundland & Labrador Social Studies Council, conference: Celebrating Centuries of Culture;
        panel: Whither Newfoundland Culture?, 1997

North Atlantic Forum, Culture, Place & Identity at the Heart of Regional Development, international conference, St. John’s, 2011
        panel: Nature as Muse
Northeast Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Toronto, 2015
Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Halifax, 1992, 1997, 2004, 2005
        panel: Why Landscape?: Site, Image and Language, 1994

Ottawa Women’s Credit Union, Arts Committee, 1987

Paradise Elementary School, Paradise, Newfoundland, 1988

Photo Union Gallery, Hamilton, 1985
Plymouth University, School of Art and Media, Plymouth, England, 2008
        Fine Art and Photography Department, Land/Water and the Visual Arts research group, 2015

Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver, 1990

Queen’s University, Art Department, Kingston

        Geography Department, Kingston, 2001
rare Charitable Research Reserve ECO Centre, Cambridge, Ontario, 2016
Resource Centre for the Arts, St. John's,
conference: Shifting Practice; panel: Dissemination, 2002

Robert Gordon University, Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen, Scotland, 2015
Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Annual General Assembly, St. John's, panel: Genius Loci: Spirit of Place, 2012

St. Bonaventure’s College, Grade 12 English class, St. John’s, 2016
St. John's Native Friendship Centre Association, Business of the Arts Conference, 1999

St. Lawrence Elementary School, Portugal Cove, Newfoundland, 1989

Santiago Writers, Santiago, Chile, Back to the Things Themselves, 2012

Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery, Halifax, 2005
        panel: Artist/Writer?, 1992

SAW Gallery, Ottawa, 1993

Schumacher College, Dartington Hall Estate, Totnes, Devon, England, Language, Landscape & the Sublime symposium, 2016

Sheridan College, Art Department, Oakville, 1983

Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, Department of Visual Arts, Corner Brook, Newfoundland, 1989, 1990, 1996, 2000, 2006

Society for Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture (EPTC), at Congress 2014 of the Humanities and Social Sciences,
        Brock University, St. Catharine’s, Ontario, panel on the theme of weather for Back To The Things Themselves!, 2014
Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, 1993

Southern Newfoundland Seamen’s Museum, Grand Bank, 1994

Stewart Hall Art Gallery, Pointe Claire, Quebec, 1986, 1996

Stroud Valleys Artspace, Stroud, Gloucestershire, England, 2016

Struts Centre/Owens Art Gallery, Sackville, New Brunswick, 1994

Terry Fox Canadian Youth Centre, Ottawa, 1983

The Rooms, St. John’s, Newfoundland, 2005

Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound, 2004, 2006
        Words Aloud Festival
, 2008

Université d’Ottawa, Département des Arts Visuels

Université du Québec à Hull et la Maison du Citoyen, Hull, colloque: Art en Situation, 1988

Université du Québec à Montréal, Département d’arts plastiques, Montréal, 1992

Universities Art Association of Canada, Queen’s University, Kingston, panel: Nature and Art/Practice and Theory, 1991

University of British Columbia Okanagan, Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies, Kelowna, BC, 2013
University of Chichester, Departments of Fine Art and English & Creative Writing, Chichester, England, 2016
University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh College of Art, ‘Art, Space + Nature’ Masters program, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2015
University of Edinburgh, Centre of Canadian Studies, School of Social and Political Science, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2015

University of Glasgow, EcoCultures: Glasgow’s Festival of Environmental Research, Policy and Practice,
            participated on the panel: Cross-discipline engagement and the artist in society, 2015

University of Glasgow, School of Culture and Creative Arts, Theatre Studies Unit, Glasgow, Scotland, 2015
University of Kent, School of Arts and Image Studies, Canterbury, England, 1996

University of Lethbridge, Art Department, 1992, 2001
University of Ottawa, Department of Visual Arts, 2013

University of Oxford, School of Geography and the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, England, 1996

University of Regina, Department of Visual Art, 1996

University of Saskatchewan, Department of Art and Art History, Saskatoon, 1991, 2003

University of Siena, Centro Siena-Toronto, Siena, Italy, 2010
University of St Andrews, Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts, St. Andrews, Scotland, 2015

University of St Mark & St John, English and Creative Writing program, Plymouth, England, 2015
University of Strathclyde, Canadian Literature Reading Group, English Department, School of Humanities and
            Social Sciences, Glasgow, Scotland, 2015

University of Sussex, Centre for Life History Research, Brighton, England, 2009
University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management, through the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, 2003

University of Toronto, Art Department, graduate seminar on Ecological Art in Canada since the 1960s, 2011

University of Turin, Master in North American Studies, Faculty of Literature and Foreign Languages, Turin, Italy, 2010

University of Venice, Scuola di Dottorato in Lingue, Culture e Società, Venice, Italy, 2010
University of Victoria, Department of Visual Arts, 2001

University of Waterloo, Department of Fine Arts, 1994

University of the West of England, Bristol School of Art, Media and Design, Bristol, England,
        keynote presenter at the symposium: Art, Rural Life and Environmental Concern, 2008

Visual Artists Newfoundland & Labrador, St. John’s, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2004

Vu, Québec, 1985, 1997

Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, Alberta, 1995
Wasan Island, Ontario, The Wasan Dialogues on Remaking Canada's Places and Creative Place Making, 2013

Watershed Media Centre, Bristol, England, 1999

Wessex Society of Newfoundland, Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University, St. John’s, 2006, 2016

White Water Gallery, North Bay, 1986, 1993

Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, 1994

Women in Photography Fifth National Conference, Simmons College, Boston, panel: The Landscape in Question, 1997

Yukon Arts Centre Public Art Gallery, Whitehorse, Yukon, 2004

 

ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE and COMMUNITY-BASED PROJECTS / RÉSIDENCES D'ARTISTES

Eastern Comma Artist-in-Residence, rare Charitable Research Reserve, Cambridge, Ontario, September-October 2016

Elemental Festival on Walking, 4elements Living Arts, Kagawong, Manitoulin Island, Ontario, 2016
Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh, invited Academic Visitor for the Art, Space + Nature MFA program, Sept-Dec 2015
Liminus Festival
, Gros Morne Summer Music, Woody Point and Corner Brook, Newfoundland, 2015
University of British Columbia Okanagan, Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies, Kelowna, BC, 2013

                Award Ribbons for Woodhaven Nature Conservancy Expansion
W(here) Festival,
Pictou County, Nova Scotia, Award Ribbons for Places in Pictou County, 2012
                http://wherefestival.wordpress.com/award-ribbons-for-places/
Three Rivers Journey, Yukon (part of the Boreal Rendezvous), through the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, 2003

Est-Nord-Est, Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Québec, Les lieux communs: Culture populaire et art contemporain, 1997

McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario, in conjunction with the exhibition The Colour of My Voice,
    the Colour of the Land, Newfoundland 1996 and Selected Works
, 1997

Boréal Multimédia, Lac Nemiskachi, Québec, La Tête des Eaux, 1995

Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, in conjunction with Language and Land Use, Alberta 1993

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, in conjunction with the exhibition Sans Démarcation, 1987

Brock University, Ste. Catharines, Ontario, in conjunction with the exhibition Intervention in the Landscape, 1985

Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland, in conjunction with the exhibition On Site, 1982

 

TEACHING, WORKSHOPS and related activities / ENSEIGNEMENT et autres travaux

2016            University of Chichester, Departments of Fine Art and English & Creative Writing, Chichester, England

                    Elemental Festival on Walking, 4elements Living Arts, Kagawong, Manitoulin Island, Ontario
                    rare Charitable Research Reserve
ECO Centre, Cambridge, Ontario
2015            Robert Gordon University, Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen, Scotland 

2012-13       Holy Trinity Elementary, Torbay, ArtsSmarts project
2012           
Central Newfoundland Visual Arts Society (CNVAS), Grand Falls-Windsor
2011            Beachy Cove Elementary School, Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s; Virginia Park Elementary, St. John’s;
                    St. Mary’s Elementary, St. John’s; Holy Trinity Elementary, Torbay; and Topsail Elementary, ArtsSmarts projects
2010            Department of Education, Government of Newfoundland & Labrador, ArtsWork workshops for teachers in Cow Head,
                    Lewisporte, North West River, Trinity, St. John’s, Mainland/La Grand’Terre, NL
2010            VANL-CARFAC, professional development workshops for artists in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Corner Brook,
                    Gander, St. John’s, and Grand Falls-Windsor, NL
2005-10       Holy Trinity Elementary School, Torbay, Newfoundland, ArtsSmarts projects

2008            Holy Name of Mary Academy, Lawn, Newfoundland, ArtsSmarts projects
2004            Stella Maris Academy, Trepassey; Baltimore School Complex, Ferryland; Mobile Central High School, Mobile;
                    St. Kevin’s Junior High, Goulds; Prince of Wales Collegiate, St. John’s, Schools-in-Community:
                    Student Perspectives from
Newfoundland & Labrador, art project in conjunction with
                    the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), Toronto
2002            Mount Saint Vincent University, Department of Education, Extension course, St. John's

2001            Mary Queen of Peace School, St. John’s, Artists-in-the-Schools Program

1998            Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Photography Department, Halifax

                    Mount Saint Vincent University, Department of Education, Extension course, St. John's

1991            Program Director of Summer Residency, Art, Environment, and Land Use / Art, environnement et territoire,

                                Photography Program, The Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff, Alberta

1987-88       Community Arts Educator, Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland

1982-85       University of Ottawa, Visual Arts Department

1975-82       Algonquin College, Visual Arts Department, Ottawa

 

APPOINTMENTS and VOLUNTEER COMMITTEES / NOMINATIONS et COMITÉS BÉNÉVOLES

2014-present  Committee for Best Practices for Atlantic Canadian Artists in the Visual Arts, Media and Crafts c/o VANL-CARFAC
2014-2015  co-founding member of the Advisory Committee on the Environment (ACE) for the Town of Portugal Cove-
                            St. Philips, Newfoundland
2012            PLaCE (Place Location Context and Environment) International Research Centre (England), associate member
                            http://www.uwe.ac.uk/sca/research/place/

2010-2012   Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, head of the steering committee for the Annual General Assembly, St. John's
2004-2008   VANL-CARFAC (Visual Artists Newfoundland & Labrador, provincial affiliate of CARFAC),
                             Co-chair & Board member

1997-2007   Arts and Letters Committee, Government of Newfoundland & Labrador

2005            Visual Arts Special Advisory Committee, Canada Council for the Arts, Ottawa

2003-05       Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, member of the national council

2000-04       The Canada Council Art Bank Advisory Committee

1995            The Canada Council Art Bank, Transition Advisory Committee

1986-94       Eastern Edge Gallery, St. John’s, founding member and member of the Board of Directors

1979            ANNPAC (Association of National Non-Profit Artists Centres), Ontario Representative

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS and other associations / AFFILIATIONS PROFESSIONNELLES

Association for Literature, Environment, and Culture in Canada (ALECC)
Canadian Artists’ Representation Copyright Collective (CARCC)
Eastern Edge Gallery, St. John’s

EcoArt Dialogue (Ecoartnetwork.org)
Nature Newfoundland & Labrador, provincial affiliate of Nature Canada
Newfoundland & Labrador Environmental Educators
Performance and Ecology network
PLaCE (Place Location Context and Environment) International Research Centre, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK
Royal Canadian Academy of Arts
Visual Artists Newfoundland & Labrador, provincial affiliate of Canadian Artists’ Representation/
        Le front des artistes canadiens (CARFAC)
Walking Artists Network, Institute for Performing Arts Development, University of East London, UK
Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland & Labrador

COMMISSIONS / COMMANDES

Workers Arts & Heritage Centre, Hamilton, and the Ontario Federation of Labour, A Century of Women and Work, 2007

Edmonton Art Gallery, for the exhibition River City, 2001

Health Care Corporation of St. John’s, Echoes of Grace for the Women’s Health Centre, Health Sciences Centre,
            St. John’s, 2001

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Dwelling and Transience, Greater Victoria 2000, through the Canada Council for
            the Arts Millennium Fund, 2000

Art Gallery of Hamilton, for the exhibition Zone 6B: Art in the Environment, 2000

Gallery 101, Ottawa, for the gallery’s 20th anniversary publication, Bearings: Four Photographic Essays, 2000

Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, for the university's 125th anniversary, 1998

Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada, for the City of Montreal’s 350th anniversary, 1992

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS / COLLECTIONS PUBLIQUES

Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston

Air Canada, Montreal

Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie

Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria

Art Gallery of Peterborough

Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton

Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa

Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull

Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa

Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa

City of Montreal

City of Ottawa

Dalhousie University Art Gallery, Halifax

Department of Foreign Affairs, Government of Canada

Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina

Esplanade Arts and Heritage Centre, Medicine Hat

Government of Newfoundland & Labrador, Provincial Art Bank

Health Care Corporation of St. John’s

MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina

Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s

Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax

National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

Oakville Galleries, Oakville

Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa

Saint Mary's University Art Gallery, Halifax

Stewart Hall Art Gallery, Pointe Claire

The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery, St. John’s

Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound

Yukon Arts Centre Gallery, Whitehorse

 

CURATING and related activities / TRAVAUX DIVERS COMME CONSERVATRICE

1990-92       Co-ordinator, Eastern Edge, St. John’s, Newfoundland

 

1990            Small Works: In Search of a Non-Toxic Art Practice, Eastern Edge, St. John’s

 

1990            Don Wright 1931-1988: A Retrospective

                    Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John’s, and tour: Sir Wilfred Grenfell College Art Gallery,

                    Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Acadia University Art Gallery, Edmonton Art Gallery, Art Gallery of

                    Greater Victoria, Galerie d’art de l’Université de Moncton, Nickle Arts Museum, National Gallery of Canada

 

1988            City and Sea, installations by 15 Newfoundland artists in the former Newfoundland Savings Bank, St. John’s

 

1987            Memory/Souvenir, Festival of the Arts exhibition by 17 Ottawa-area artists in the former Courthouse, Ottawa

 

1987            The Diary Exhibition/Journaux intimes, diaristic artworks by 16 Canadian artists

                    Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John’s, and tour: Art Gallery of York University, Galerie d’art de

                    l’Université de Moncton, Anna Leonowens Gallery, Artspace, Art Gallery of Algoma, Robert McLaughlin Gallery,

                    Stewart Hall Art Gallery, Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery

 

1986            New Found Artists Land at Artspace/ ... at SAW Gallery/ ... at KAAI,
                    Art Gallery of Memorial University, and tour

 

1986            Works from the Eastern Edge, Galerie Sans Nom, Moncton, New Brunswick

 

1985-86       Curatorial Intern, Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland

 

1985            Co-curator, Art in situ, Festival of the Arts exhibition by 14 Ottawa-area artists
                         in the former Fire Station No.3, Ottawa

 

1979-82       Curator of the Performance Program and Assistant Director, SAW Gallery, Ottawa

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY / BIBLIOGRAPHIE

 
PUBLISHED WRITING BY THE ARTIST & ONLINE INTERVIEWS / ÉCRITS DE L'ARTISTE

2016    “Exploring Place, Memory Maps, and Language with Marlene Creates” interview with Dale Jarvis for the Heritage
              Foundation’s Intangible Cultural Heritage and CHMR Radio, Memorial University, St. John’s
                        http://doodledaddle.blogspot.ca/2016/09/exploring-place-memory-maps-and.html
2014     “The Proust Questionnaire: Marlene Creates”, National Gallery of Canada online magazine,
                        http://www.ngcmagazine.ca/artists/the-proust-questionnaire-marlene-creates
              Atlas Place: Understanding Where We Are, online interview with Glenn Bach, Mar Vista, California,
                        https://atlasplace.wordpress.com/2014/05/06/a-conversation-with-marlene-creates/

               “On Leaving Only Footprints—An Interview with Marlene Creates”, online interview with Walter Lewis, University of  Sunderland, UK,
                        http://walterlewisblog.wordpress.com/2014/09/29/on-leaving-only-footprints
             “Marlene Creates — A Newfoundland Treasury of Terms for Ice and Snow”, feature interview with the Newfoundland &
                        Labrador Arts Council, http://www.nlac.ca/feature/creates.htm
2011       "Into the Woods and Out of the Gallery," The Osprey, journal of Nature Newfoundland & Labrador,

                      vol 42 no 4, (Fall): 5-7.

2008      "Impermanence and Temporality", online interview with Leah Oates, NY Arts Magazine,
                         http://www.nyartsmagazine.com/?p=5527

2007       “Fission Bruise” with Don McKay, in Apples under the Bed: Recollections and Recipes from B.C. Writers
                     and Artists
, Hedgerow Press, Sidney, B.C.

1992        “Nature is a verb to me”, Rephotographing the Land, Dalhousie University Art Gallery, Halifax

1990        “Don Wright: the artist as a part of the whole”, Don Wright 1931-1988: A Retrospective, Art Gallery of Memorial

                      University, St. John’s

1988        City and Sea, Extension Arts and the Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John’s

1987        Memory/Souvenir, Festival of the Arts exhibition, Ottawa

                The Diary Exhibition/Journaux intimes, Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John’s

1986        New Found Artists Land at Artspace/...at SAW Gallery/...at KAAI, Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John’s

1985        Art in situ, Festival of the Arts exhibition, Ottawa


MONOGRAPHS / MONOGRAPHIES

2015         Marlene Creates. Brickle, Nish, and Knobbly: A Newfoundland Treasury of Terms for Ice and Snow, Boulder Publications,
                       Portugal Cove-St. Philips
2006       
Lucy R. Lippard. “Coming and Going / Va-et-vient”, and
                Robin Metcalfe. "Notice: Notice—Sign and signifies in the work of Marlene Creates",

         
  Marlene Creates: Signs of Our Time Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery, Halifax
2005        
Marlene Creates. The Boreal Poetry Garden, issue no.7 in the Dwelling series, Twelve Bells Press,
                    Coates, Gloucestershire, UK
               
Ted Rettig. “What the Water Sees” in Water Flowing to the Sea Captured at the Speed of Light:
                    Marlene Creates
, Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown
2004        
Gabrielle Kemp. “An Act of Commemoration (and evidence of a life lived): Marking 20 years of
                        Eastern Edge Gallery (1984-2004)” in Marlene Creates: Water Flowing to the Sea Captured
                        at the Speed of Light
, Eastern Edge Gallery, St. John’s
2001        
Lisa Baldissera. Dwelling and Transience, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria
2000        
Joanne Marion and Marlene Creates. Language and Land Use, Alberta 1993,
                        Medicine Hat Museum, Art Gallery & Archives,
Medicine Hat
1998        
Ingrid Jenkner. “Why Spoil the Look?”, Marlene Creates: Language and Land Use, Newfoundland 1994,
                        Mount Sain
t Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax
               
Janne Cleveland. Marlene Creates: Intersections: Places, General Regulations, and Memories,
                            Mount Saint Vincent, Halifax 1998
,
Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax
1997         
Joan M. Schwartz. “Constituting Places of Presence: Landscape, Identity and the Geographical Imagination”,

                  Marlene Creates: Places of Presence: Newfoundland kin and ancestral land, Newfoundland 1989-1991,
                    Killick Press, St. John's
                 
Ruth Wieder. Marlene Creates: The Colour of My Voice, the Colour of the Land, Newfoundland 1996
                        and Selected Works
,
McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg
                  Heather Webb. Cartographies of Consciousness-raising: Mapping Out a Feminist Approach in the Work of Marlene Creates,
                        MA thesis, Department of Art History, Concordia University, Montreal
                        (published online: http://spectrum.library.concordia.ca/394/1/MQ40230.pdf)
1994          
Marlene Creates: Language and Land Use, Alberta 1993, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge
1993           
Susan Gibson Garvey. “The Specificity of Place”, in Marlene Creates: Landworks 1979-1991,
                        
Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John’s

                  John Scully. Places of Presence: Newfoundland kin and ancestral land, Newfoundland 1989-1991,
                            Gallery 44, Toronto
1990          
Jacqueline Fry. Marlene Creates: The Distance Between Two Points is Measured in Memories, Labrador 1988,

                                Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver (reprinted 1998)
1989          
Colleen O’Neill. Marlene Creates: The Distance Between Two Points is Measured in Memories, Labrador 1988,

                                Sir Wilfred Grenfell College Art Gallery, Corner Brook
1983           
Linda Harvey-Rioux. Marlene Creates: Paper and Place, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina
1982            On Site, Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John’s 
1981            
Paper, Stones and Water, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston 
1979            Two Stories to Every Side, Galerie Sans Nom, Moncton


GROUP EXHIBITION CATALOGUES / CATALOGUES D'EXPOSITIONS COLLECTIVES       
2016            Lisa Baldissera. The Tremendous Elusive: Emily Carr and the Canadian Imaginary, Canada House Gallery, London (UK)

    Breathing Art, Geumgang Nature Art Biennale and Korean Nature Artists’ Association—Yatoo, Gongju-si, Republic of Korea
2014            Kel Portman. The Art of Walking, The Museum in the Park, Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK
2011            25 for 25: a touring exhibition from the Provincial Art Bank of Newfoundland and Labrador,
                            The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery, St. John’s
2008            Emily Falvey and Rob McLennan. Evidence: The Ottawa City Project, The Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa
2007           
Lynn Simmons et al. A Century of Women and Work, Workers Arts & Heritage Centre and Ontario
                            Federation of Labour
                    
Susan Gibson Garvey. A Walk in the Park, Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax
2006           
Bernard Lamarche. Sur la route / On the Road, Musée régional de Rimouski, Rimouski
2005           
Karen Love and Elizabeth May. Weathervane, The Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa and Oakville Galleries, Oakville

                    Charlotte Jones, Sean McCrum, & Stuart Reid. The Limestone Barrens Project, Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery,
Owen Sound

                    Emily Falvey and Milena Placentile. Off Grid, Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa

2004            Scott McLeod. Exhibit A: Photography from Atlantic Canada, Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery, Halifax

                    John K. Grande. Three Rivers: wild waters, sacred places, Yukon Arts Centre & Canadian Parks and
                            Wilderness Society, Whitehorse
2003            
Shirley Madill. "Marlene Creates: Hidden Histories and Invisible Stories, The Topography of Hidden Experience"

                                in Zone 6B: Art in the Environment, Hamilton Artists Inc., Hamilton

                    Susan Gibson Garvey. Dualities, Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax

                    Susan Gibson Garvey. Dalhousie Art Gallery: The Collection, Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax

                    Shannon Anderson. Revealing the Subject, Oakville Galleries, Oakville
2002           
Ian McKinnon. An Invested Nature, Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax
2001  
          François Dion. Bearings: Four Photographic Essays, Gallery 101, Ottawa
2000           
Tom Smart. Artists in a Floating World: the Marion McCain Atlantic Art Exhibition,
                            Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton

                    Temporalité, La Chambre blanche, Québec

1999            Marie Fraser, André Gilbert, Gaëtan Gosselin, Guy Sioui Durand. Trois fois Trois Paysages, Vu, Québec

                    Sarah Tanguy. Landshapes: Records of Actions, Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, Florida

1998          John K. Grande and Daniel Poulin. Tête des eaux / Headwaters, Boréal Art/Nature, L'Annonciation, Québec

                  Gaston St-Pierre. Les lieux communs: Culture populaire et art contemporain, le Centre de sculpture Est-Nord-Est,

                                Saint-Jean-Port-Joli & Musée régional de Rimouski, Rimouski

             Gaston St-Pierre. Les lieux communs: Culture populaire et art contemporain, Centre International d'Art Contemporain
                         de Montréal

                  Sylvie Parent, Jean Dumont, Luce Des Aulniers, Luc Bureau, Chantal Boulanger, Marie Fraser, Sylvain Campeau,

                        Michaël La Chance. La Face : un moment photographique / The Face: A Photographic Moment,
                         Dazibao, Montreal

1997           
Susan Gibson Garvey. Theatrum Mundi: the Marion McCain Atlantic Art Exhibition,
                            Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton
                  
Janice Seline. Survey Results Show..., National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

                    Diane Génier. Manœuvres: Regional Representation in the Canada Council Art Bank, The Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa

                    Susan Close. Selected Photographs from the City of Ottawa Collection, Karsh-Masson Gallery, Ottawa

                    Claire Christie. Contours, Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto

                    Cliff Eyland. Rethinking the Rural in Contemporary Newfoundland Art, Art Gallery of Newfoundland & Labrador,
                            St. John's

                     Gaëtan Gosselin. “Magies”, in Bulletin 22, La Chambre Blanche, Québec

1996        Container 96 – Art Across Oceans, Europaeisk Kulturby, Copenhagen, Denmark

                Swinging the Lead, International Festival of the Sea, Bristol, England

                Signatures: Newfoundland Women Artists and Writers, Killick Press, St. John's

                Gil McElroy. Afterimages: Representing the Absent Body, Faculty of Architecture,
                        Technical University of Nova Scotia, Halifax
1995        
Stephen Bann and Bob Chaplin. The Edge of Town, Joseloff Gallery, University of Hartford, Connecticut

                Fotofeis ’95 International Festival of Photography in Scotland, Fotofeis Ltd., Edinburgh

                Carol Payne. Displaced Histories / Histoires déplacées, Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa
                
Duncan Macmillan, et al. Calanais, An Lanntair, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland

                John Fairleigh and Chris Wilson. Land and Sea: Eight Artists from Newfoundland, St. John’s and Ireland
1994        Herménégilde Chiasson. Anecdotes and Enigmas, the Marion McCain Atlantic Art Exhibition,
                        Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton

                Renée Baert. Margins of Memory, Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor

                Linda Rae Dornan. The Vocation of Storytelling: rooted in community, Struts Centre, Sackville

                Lisa Moore. Home Is Where The Art Is, Eastern Edge Gallery, St. John’s
1993         Gaëtan
Gosselin et Monique Régimbald-Zeiber. Pièces d'identités, La Centrale et Dazibao, Montréal
1992        Susan Gibson Garvey. Rephotographing the Land, Dalhousie University Art Gallery, Halifax 
1991        
“À l’ouest du cinquième méridien/West of the Fifth Meridian”, La Revue Numéro 25, Montreal (artists’ bookwork)

 1989        Joan Borsa. “Whose Stories, Which Nature: Retracing Faint Paths”, and

                David Reason. “Storylands; Narrative and the Thematisation of Landscape Art”, Maskunow: A Trail, A Path,

                                Art Gallery of Memorial University, St. John’s

                Patrick Traer. Some Photographic Elements, Gallery 44, Toronto
1987        Sans Démarcation, Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault Ste. Marie and Visual Arts Ontario, Toronto      

1985        The Physicality of Landscape: Christo, Paterson Ewen, Marlene Creates, Artspace, Peterborough

                Cliff Eyland. Traces from the Travels of Marlene Creates and Pat Martin Bates, Mount Saint Vincent
                        University Art
Gallery, Halifax

1983        Photographic Sequences, Art Gallery of Peterborough, Peterborough

1981        Pierre Dessureault. Elements: Points of View on Nature / Éléments: points de vue sur la nature,
                        National Film Board of Canada, Still Photography Division, Ottawa


BOOKS and other publications / LIVRES et autres publications      

2016      Derek Gladwin. “Ecocritical and Geocritical Conjunctions in North Atlantic Environmental Multimedia and Place-Based Poetry,”
                        in Ecocriticism and Geocriticism: Overlapping Territories in Environmental and Spatial Literary Studies,
                        eds. Robert T. Tally Jr. & Christine M. Battista, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke (UK) and New York (USA).

               Jeanne Nemeth. “Constructed Territories: Identity Mapping” in Culturally Sensitive Art Education in a Global World:
                        A Handbook for Teachers, eds. Marjorie Cohee Manifold, Steve Willis, and Enid Zimmerman, National Art Education
                        Association, Alexandria, Virginia (USA)

                Luciano Benetton, Peggy Gale, and Francesca Valente. Out of the Bush Garden: Contemporary Artists from Central-Eastern
                        Canada, Imago Mundi, Antiga Edizioni, Crocetta del Montello (Italy)
2015       Robert Finley. “Marlene Creates’ Boreal Poetry Garden,” in The Good Gardener?: Nature, Humanity and the Garden,
                         eds. Annette Giesecke and Naomi Jacobs, Artifice Books, London (UK)
2012       Carmen Concilio. “Marlene Creates’s Eco-Consciousness as Land Artist, Photographer and Poet,” and “Questioning
                          Environmental Issues. An Interview with Marlene Creates,” in New Critical Patterns in Postcolonial Discourse: Historical
                          Traumas
and Environmental Issues, Trauben, Turin (Italy)
2011        Liz Wells. Land Matters: Landscape Photography, Culture and Identity, I B Tauris, London (UK)
                Patricia Grattan. City Seen: Artists’ Views of St. John’s, 1785-2010, Winter Place Projects, St. John’s

2010        James Opp and John C. Walsh, ed. Placing Memory and Remembering Place in Canada, UBC Press, Vancouver

                Ursula A. Kelly and Elizabeth Yeoman, ed., Despite This Loss: Essays on Culture, Memory and Identity in
                       Newfoundland and Labrador,
Institute of Social and Economic Research, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's      
                Pierre Dessureault et al, Nordicité, Éditions J’ai VU, Vu centre de diffusion et de production de la photographie, Québec
                Newfoundland & Labrador Studies: Selected Topics, Department of Education, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador

2009        Culture, Heritage & Identity: Experiencing the Arts (Selected Topics in Newfoundland and Labrador Studies),
                        Department of Education, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
2008       Ardra L. Cole and J. Gary Knowles, Handbook of the Arts in Qualitative Research: Perspectives, Methodologies, Examples, and
                        Issues, SAGE Publications Inc., Thousand Oaks, California
2007        Martha Langford. Scissors, Paper, Stone: Expressions of Memory in Contemporary Photographic Art,

McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal & Kingston

                John O'Brian and Peter White. Beyond Wilderness: The Group of Seven, Canadian Identity, and Contemporary Art,

McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal & Kingston
Robert Finch. The Iambics of Newfoundland, Counterpoint Press, New York

Mary Modeen, Remembered Places, Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Ballart, Australia
       

2006        Michael Winter. “A Galapagos Wave Strikes Newfoundland” in Writing Life, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto
2005        Juri Peepre, Sarah Locke et al. Three Rivers: The Yukon’s Great Boreal Wilderness,
                        Harbour Publishing, Madeira Park, BC

                Maureen Korp. “The Earthwork”, The Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, Thoemmes Continuum, London & New York

2003        Penny Cousineau-Levine. Faking Death: Canadian Art Photography and the Canadian Imagination,

                                 McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal & Kingston            

2002        Alan Morantz. Where Is Here?: Canada’s Maps and the Stories They Tell, Penguin Canada, Toronto        

                Sherrill E. Grace. Canada and the Idea of North, McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal & Kingston

2001        Rebecca Solnit. As Eve Said to the Serpent: On Landscape, Gender, and Art, University of Georgia Press,
                        Athens, Georgia, USA

                 J. Gary Knowles & Suzanne Thomas. “Insights and Inspiration from an Artist’s Work, Envisioning and
                        Portraying Lives in
Context” in Lives-in-Context: The Art of Life History Research, AltaMira Press,
                        Lanham, Maryland

2000         Who's Who in the World, Marquis, New Providence, NJ (annual editions 2000–2015)

1997         Lucy R. Lippard. The Lure of the Local: Senses of Place in a Multicentered Society, The New Press, New York

                Sherrill E. Grace. “Gendering Northern Narrative”, in Echoing Silence: Essays on Arctic Narrative, edited by John Moss,

                                University of Ottawa Press, Ottawa              

1995        Lucy Lippard. “Undertones: Nine Cultural Landscapes”, in Reframings: New American Feminist Photographies,
                            edited by Diane Neumaier, Temple University Press, Philadelphia

                Janice Helland. Marlene Creates, in North American Women Artists of the Twentieth Century, edited by
                    Jules Heller and
Nancy G. Heller, Garland Publishing, New York & London

                Canadian Who's Who, University of Toronto Press and Grey House Publishing Canada, Toronto (annual editions 1995–2017)

1991        Jody Berland. “Fire and Flame, Lightning and Landscape: Tourism and Nature in Banff, Alberta” in
                        Between Views and
Points of View, Walter Phillips Gallery, The Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff

1984        Contemporary Canadian Photography from the Collection of the National Film Board, Hurtig Publishers, Edmonton

1983        Lucy Lippard. Overlay: Contemporary Art and the Art of Prehistory, Pantheon Books, Random House Inc.,
                        New York

              
PERIODICALS, JOURNALS, and NEWSPAPERS / PÉRIODIQUES et JOURNAUX

2016    Andrew Vowles. “Poet, environmentalist Marlene Creates to hold memory mapping workshop and share film about her
                        work”, Guelph Today online publication, Guelph, Ontario, posted October 12, 2016.
            Myriam Suchet and Sarah Mekdjian. “L’hypothèse de la traduction artiviste : mise en chantier indisciplinaire”
                        (The Hypothesis of Artivism as a Form of Translation. An Indisciplinary Perspective), Itinéraires – Littérature,
                        textes, cultures, no. 2016-1, Université Paris, France, https://itineraires.revues.org/3312
2015    
Emily Urquhart. “The Unique Language of Newfoundland”, Hakai Magazine: Coastal Science and Societies, Victoria, BC, online (December 20):
                         http://www.hakaimagazine.com/article-long/unique-language-newfoundland

             Marlene Creates. “A Newfoundland Treasury of Terms for Ice and Snow”, portfolio in Billie: Undercurrents in Atlantic Canadian Visual Culture,
                    vol. 1, issue 1, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton: 6-13.
            Patricia Grattan. “Re-forming the Language – landscape in Newfoundland art”, Billie: Undercurrents in Atlantic Canadian Visual Culture,
                    vol. 1, issue 1, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton: 28-35.         
            “Poets and biologist to host poetry-infused tastings of edible, local plants and fungi”, The Overcast, #19, St. John’s (August): 12.
             Jean Graham. “Two views of the province through CFA eyes”, The Northeast Avalon Times, Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s (June): 14.
2014    "Walkers", Inventory, C Magazine #121, Toronto (Spring): 79
             Jill Glessing. “Expanding our Field with CONTACT Festival”, CV Photo 96, Montréal (Hiver/Winter): 46-53.

             Lizzy Hill. “Rugged Nonconformity: The Art of Newfoundland and Labrador”, National Gallery of Canada online magazine, February 19.
2013     Marlene Creates, portfolio in KATALOG–Journal of Photography & Video, issue no. 25.3, Museet for Fotokunst Brandts, Odense, Denmark: 46-49.
             Sarah Milroy. "Photographer Marlene Creates Honoured at CONTACT", The Globe and Mail, Toronto (May 31): L4.

             “Marlene Creates takes home $5,000 prize”, The Telegram, St. John’s (June 4).
             Fran Schechter. “Marlene Creates”, NOW Magazine, issue 1635 vol. 32 no. 38, Toronto (May 23-29): 64.

2011     Robert Finley. “Marlene Creates: Of Words and Woods”, Canadian Art on-line (September 15):
                      http://www.canadianart.ca/online/reviews/2011/09/15/marlene_creates/
             Marlene Creates. "Into the Woods and Out of the Gallery," The Osprey, journal of Nature Newfoundland & Labrador,

                      vol 42 no 4, (Fall): 5-7.
             Sue Sinclair. “A Place to Lay Your Head”, Arc Poetry Annual 2011, Ottawa: 117-119.
            Andrea Kunard. “Between Two Points”, BlackFlash, vol. 28.2, Saskatoon (winter): 20-22.
            “Local artist and poet Marlene Creates…”, The Northeast Avalon Times, no. 133, Portugal Cove (May): 8 & 12.
             Tara Bradbury. “Posies and poetry—Marlene Creates shares verse in her own backyard”, The Telegram, St. John’s (July 15):
                    A1, B1, B3.

2010    Kathryn Welbourn. “Local river gets starring role, The Northeast Avalon Times, no. 126, Portugal Cove (October): 1 & 4.
            Sue Hickey. "Art Ex-ceptional," The Advertiser, Grand Falls-Windsor (August 12).
2009    Craig Francis Power. “The 25 Greatest Works of Art Ever Made in Newfoundland and Labrador”,
                    The Scope,
vol. 4, no. 14, St. John’s (August 13-27): 7-9.
            Melissa Gruber. “CARFAC Annual General Meeting and Conference in St. John’s”, CARFAC Calendar,
                    vol. 12, no.1, Ottawa (Spring/Summer ’09): 6-7.
            Jan Allen.
“Marlene Creates: Interrogative Movement", Prefix Photo 19, Toronto (May): 62-75.
            Tess de Haan. “Signs of our time”, ArtSCAPE Magazine, London, Ontario (February): 4-6.
2008    Marian Frances White. “League of Canadian Poets’ Inaugural Conference in St. John’s a Success”, Word, vol. 19, no. 4,
                                Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John’s (Autumn): 15-16.
2007    Nathan Walsh. “Take the Sign”, Echo, Kitchener (July 5-11): 15.

            Barb Sweet. “Lessons to be taken from Yukon project: conservationist”, The Telegram, St. John’s (April 14): A4.

2005    Sarah Milroy. “Blue skies and yucky stuff”, The Globe and Mail, Toronto (November 29): R1-2.

            Jennifer Morgan. “Like landscapes”, The Express, St. John’s (September 21-27): 13.

2004    Elissa Barnard. “Of land and sea”, The Chronicle-Herald, Halifax (November 13): D1 & D9.

            Scott McLeod, Prefix Photo 10, Toronto (November): 30-31.

            Noreen Golfman. “It takes the artist to make us see”, The Independent, St. John’s (September 19): 21.

2003    Frank Clifford. “Finding Wilderness: A dozen people take a perilous journey in Canada’s vast Yukon Territory…”, Los Angeles

                                Times Magazine, Los Angeles, (November 30): 22 -27, 39-40.

            Bart Gazzola. “Outside the Frame: Marlene Creates adds extra dimension to photography”, Planet S, Saskatoon, (October 30): 17.

            “Local artist selected for northern expedition”, The Express, St. John’s (June 4-10): 19.

            Jean Edwards Stacey. “Rolling on a river”, The Telegram, St. John’s (May 30):B1.

            Wendy Welch. “Gallery Gets Gifts, Goes Ga-Ga”, Monday Magazine, Victoria (May 1–7): 17.

            Robert Amos. “Gallery strives to amass contemporary works”, Times Colonist, Victoria (April 10): D5.

            Ingrid Paulsen. “Funking up the AGGV”, Weekend Edition, Victoria (March 21): 12.

2002    Marlene Creates, portfolio, Arts Atlantic 72, vol. 19 no. 3, Halifax (Summer): 28-31.

            Stephanie Porter. “Saving Grace: Artist Marlene Creates pays tribute to the women, and memories, of the old Grace hospital”,

                                The Express, St. John’s (May 8-14): 19-20.

            “Echoes of Grace, Remembering Through Art”, The Telegram, St. John’s (May 8): A4.

2001    Marlene Creates. “The Distance Between Two Points is Measured in Memories, Labrador 1988” (portfolio), Queen’s Quarterly,

                                vol. 108, no. 4, Kingston (Winter): 538-547.

            David Garneau. “River City”, Canadian Art, vol. 18, no. 4, Toronto (Winter 2001): 82.

            Marlene Creates. “Thirst for revenge distorts biblical message”, Letter to the editor, The Telegram, St. John’s (September 18): A6.

            Gil McElroy. “Marlene Creates: Orientation”, Art On Paper, New York (July-August): 78.

            Joyce Mason. “A new landscape tradition”, Elle Canada, Montreal, no.2 (Summer): 42.
           
"Fast Forward", Canadian Art, vol. 18, no. 2, Toronto (Summer 2001): 24.

             Gil McElroy. “Spatial Orientation”, Afterimage, vol. 28, no. 6, Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY (May/June): 15.

            “Newfoundland artist joins Royal Canadian Academy”, The Telegram, St. John’s (May 16): 34.
2000    Diane Tye. “Marlene Creates. Places of Presence: Newfoundland kin and ancestral land, Newfoundland 1989-1991”, Newfoundland

                                Studies, vol. 16 no. 2, Memorial University, St. John’s (Fall): 291-292.

            Laurie Dalton. “Grid of 100 pictures is worth 1000 words”, The Athenaeum, Acadia University, Wolfville (November 28): 21.

            “Raises Questions”, The Advertiser, Kentville (December 1): 23.

            “Fast Forward”, Canadian Art, vol. 17, no. 3, Toronto (September): 20.

            Deborah Forbes. “Language and Land Use, Alberta 1993 thought provoking”, The Medicine Hat News, Medicine Hat (Aug 4): B4

            Kay Burns. “Signs that point the way: Revealing the irony of imposing systems on land”, Fast Forward Weekly, vol. 5, no. 26,

                                Calgary (June 22 -28): 3
            Alberta Views, vol. 3, no.4, Calgary (July/August): 12.

1999    Andrea Cooper. “Marlene Creates: Questions about the Place, Nova Scotia 1998”, Current, vol. 1, issue 8, St. John's (October):14.

            Mark Vaughan-Jackson. “Exhibit asks questions with pictures”, The Sunday Telegram, St. John's (Sept 5): 17.

            Gil McElroy. “Intersections: Places, General Regulations, and Memories”, Arts Atlantic 64, Charlottetown (Summer/Fall): 21.

            Roger LeBlanc. “Artist's work graces embassy walls”, The Express, vol. 9 no. 9, St. John's (July 28-August 3): 6.

            Robin Metcalfe. “Letter from Halifax”, C Magazine #62, Toronto (May-August): 48.

            Barry Dole. “Intersections”, Picaro, Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax (January 12): 10-11.

1998    Ken Roberts. “Mapping”, Descant 103, vol. 29, no.4, Toronto (Winter): 111-124.

            Robin Metcalfe. “Marlene Creates”, CVphoto, no. 43, Montréal (Summer): 15-20. (portfolio)

            “Markers Along Memory Lane Celebrate 125 years of Mount Living”, Folio Montana, Mount Saint Vincent University,

                                Halifax (Spring/Summer): 9, 13.

            Bernard Lamarche. “Vox populi, De Saint-Jean-Port-Joli à Montréal, une exposition sur les lieux communs”, Le Devoir,

                                Montréal (30-31 mai): D8-9.

            Daniel Béland. “Trois fois Trois Paysages”, CVphoto, no. 42, Montréal (Spring): 32.

            Kathryn Welbourn. “Places of Presence”, The Express, St. John's (April  8): 10.

            Kip Bonnell. “Creating with Creates”, The Muse, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, vol. 48, no. 12 (Jan. 16): 19.

1997    Elizabeth Legge. “Contours – Body Double”, Canadian Art, vol. 14, no. 4, Toronto (Winter): 72.

            Sue McCluskey. “World of wonders”, The New Brunswick Reader (December 27): 8-9.

            Christina Sabat. “Analysis: group shows vs. solo shows”, The Daily Gleaner, Fredericton (November 22): 11-12.

            Mark Vaughan-Jackson. “The art of excellence - Arts community honors its best”, The Sunday Telegram, St. John's (Sept 14): 2.

            Bernard Lamarche. “Cap sur les Studios d'été”, Le Devoir, Montréal (26 août): B7.

            Marie Deschènes. “L'art contemporain s'inspire de l'art populaire”, Le Peuple Côte-Sud, Montmagny (23 août): 5.

            Gary Michael Dault. “National Gallery surveys the scene”, The Globe and Mail, Toronto (August 14).

            Michel Bois. “Du pin sur la planche”, Voir, Québec (7-13 août).

            Betty Ann Jordan. “Toward a new art of the touch”, The Globe and Mail, Toronto (August 2): C11.

            “Le Centre Est-Nord-Est accueille l'événement «Les lieux communs»”, L'Oie blanche, Montmagny (2 août).

            “Entre la culture populaire et l'art contemporain existent Les Lieux communs”, Le Peuple Côte-Sud, Montmagny (26 juillet): 9.

            Sandra Gwyn. “A Sense of Place”, Maclean's, Toronto (June 23): 18-21.

            John Bentley Mays. “McMichael shows miss the mark”, The Globe and Mail, Toronto (February 13): A16-17.

1996    Robin Metcalfe. “Afterimages: Representing the Absent Body”, Arts Atlantic 56, Charlottetown (Fall/Winter): 6-7.

            Marlene Creates. Letter to the editors, MIX, vol. 22, no. 2, Toronto (Fall): 62.

            Linda Turk. “History, landscapes meet in art”, The Chronicle-Journal, Thunder Bay (October 24).

            Curtis Rumbolt. “Barstool prophets: Eastern Edge Gallery’s Post-Modern Salon aims to revive lost art of civilized debate”,

                                The Express, St. John’s (September  4): 18.

            Alain Demers. “La passion de Terre-Neuve reproduite en images”, La Boîte à Nouvelles, Iroquois Falls (28 août): 2.

            “Creates brings East Coast to Falls”, The Daily Press, Timmins (August 16): 3.

            Thérèse Dion. “Danish smorgasbord”, The Gazette, Montreal (August 3): G6.

            Marlene Creates. “Portfolio: Language and Land Use, Newfoundland 1994”, BlackFlash, Saskatoon (Summer): 14-17.

            Maja Swannie. “Storyland, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff”, Flash Art, Milan, Italy (May-June): 57.

            Mike Gartside. “Sea Change”, Venue, Bristol, England (May 10-24): 78.

            Mark Vaughan-Jackson. “Newfoundland Artist shares the Heart of St. John's with European audiences”, TV Scene,

                                The Evening Telegram, St. John's (May 4-10): cover & 3.

            Mark Vaughan-Jackson. “Containing the harbour's art”, The Evening Telegram, St. John's (April 28): 13.

            Mark Vaughan-Jackson. “Art as ambassador”, The Evening Telegram, St. John's (March 22): 15.

            Christine Koch. “Marlene Creates: Language and Land Use, Newfoundland 1994”, Arts Atlantic 54, Charlottetown (Winter): 6.

            Peter Gard. “Land and Sea: Eight Artists from Newfoundland”, Arts Atlantic 54, Charlottetown (Winter): 4-5.

            Curtis Rumbolt. “Art across the ocean: Local artist Marlene Creates will put St. John's on display at an international art

                                exhibit in Copenhagen this summer”, The Express, St. John's (February 7): 17.

            Roly Martin. “Newfoundlanders tell stories of home”, Remote Control, Thunder Bay, vol. 4, no. 2: 5-7.

            Elissa Barnard. “Afterimages leaves impression”, The Novascotian, Halifax (February).

            Murdo Macdonald. “Exploring myth, magic and mystery written in stone”, The Scotsman, Edinburgh (January 15): 15.

1995    Jude Schwendenwien. “Joseloff's ‘Edge of Town’ is sophisticated show”, The Hartford Courant, Hartford (November 19): G.

            Deedee Cuddihy. “Beyond the obvious”, Glasgow Herald, Glasgow, Scotland (October 18).

            “Canadian Embassy official to open Museum exhibition”, The Northern Standard, Monaghan, Ireland (October 5).

            Marlene Creates. Letter to the editors, MIX (formerly Parallélogramme), Toronto (September): 54.

            “Land and sea converge at the Glebe”, Donegal People's Press, Letterkenny, Ireland (August 30).

            Cliff Eyland. “Records of a Personal Landscape”, C Magazine #46, Toronto (Summer): 25-27.

            Alan King. “Photos may tell much less (or more) than the truth”, The Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa (June 18): B7.

            Ian Hill. “Newfoundland landscapes”, Irish Times, Dublin, Ireland (June 7).

            Gil McElroy. “Marlene Creates: Landworks 1979-1991”, Art Papers, vol. 19, no. 3, Atlanta , Georgia (May/June): 60.

            Robin Metcalfe. “Atlantic Canada in Brief”, C Magazine, Toronto (Spring): 63.

            Peter Gard. “Newfoundland art and artists getting noticed”, The Newfoundland Herald, St. John’s (March 25): 18-19.

            John Perlin. “The Irish invasion”, The Sunday Telegram, St. John’s (March 12): 17.

            Joan Sullivan. “Irish eyes focus on Land and Sea”, The Sunday Telegram, St. John’s (March 5): 17.

            Andy Pedersen. “Marlene Creates finds art where nature intended”, The Daily News, Halifax (January 21): 20.

            Elissa Barnard. “Artist celebrates love of the land”, The Chronicle-Herald, Halifax (January 19): B7.

1994    “Fast Forward”, Canadian Art, Toronto (December): 12.

            Pat Durr. “Home is where the art is”, Arts Atlantic 50, Charlottetown (Fall): 24.

            Alison Gillmor. “Emotional links to landscape explored”, Winnipeg Free Press, Winnipeg (October 22): B4.

            Lisa Moore. “Home Is Where The Art Is”, Parallelogramme, Toronto (vol. 20, no. 2, Fall): 16-25.

            Pat Durr. “Marlene Creates, Galerie SAW Video, Ottawa”, Arts Atlantic 49, Charlottetown (Spring/Summer): 17-18.

            James Wade. “A strong showing comes from home”, The Evening Telegram, St. John’s (July 24): 21.

            Peter Gard. “Home show explores women’s viewpoint”, The Newfoundland Herald, St. John’s (July 23): 18-19.

            Sue Hickey. “Marlene Creates returns to Newfoundland roots”, The Pilot, Lewisporte (May 18): 3, section A.

            Deborah Nobes. “Home is where the art is”, The Express, St. John’s (April 20): B1.

            Jennifer Couëlle. “Newfoundlanders bring something from home to city”, The Gazette, Montreal (April 2): 5, section i.

            Catherine Matthews. “Marlene Creates, Landworks: 1979-1991”, The Buzz, Charlottetown (April): 6.

            Paul Gallant. “Special places recorded in Creates exhibit”, The Journal-Pioneer, Charlottetown (March 8).

            Gary Michael Dault. “Margins of Memory”, Canadian Art, Toronto (Spring): 66-69.

            Marlene Creates. “The Distance Between Two Points is Measured in Memories”, Orion, New York (Spring): 10-11.

1993    Lisa Moore. “Marlene Creates: Landworks 1979-1991”, Arts Atlantic 47, Charlottetown (Fall): 26-28.

            Nancy Baele. “Landmark artist returns to landmark gallery”, The Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa (September 19): B6.

            Peter Gard. “Montreal Art”, The Newfoundland Herald, St. John’s (July 10): 14-15.

            "Eastern Edge", The Newfoundland Herald, St. John's (June 5): 9.
            Nancy Baele. “Landworks in time: Artist deals with passages”, The Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa (May 10): B6.

            James Wade. “Memory maps and ancestral land on show”, The Evening Telegram, St. John’s (April 4): 2.

            James Wade. “The landscapes of Marlene Creates”, The Evening Telegram, St. John’s (March 28): 21.

            "A River, an Island, a City: The Persistence of Geography", Parallelogramme, vol.18, no.4, Toronto (March): 74.
            Lisa Moore. “Creates approaches landscape in unique way”, The Newfoundland Herald, St. John’s (March 27): 12-13.

            John Murchie. “Fast Forward”, Canadian Art, Toronto (March): 12.

            “At MUN Art Gallery”, The Evening Telegram, St. John’s (February 28): 21.

            Deborah Nobes. “Creates’ Landworks”, The Express, St. John’s (February 17): 13.

            Stéphane Aquin. “Femmes d’aujourd’hui”, Voir, Montréal (21-27 janvier): 18.

            Josée Vinette. “Visions de Femmes”, Montréal Campus, Montréal (20 janvier): 12.

            Marie-Michèle Cron. “Le téléscopage du Moi et l'Autre”, Le Devoir, Montréal (16 janvier): C-14.

            Joanne Latimer. “Myself, My Art”, Montreal  Mirror, Montreal (January 14-21): 22.

1992    Denis Lavoie. “Têtes d'affiche”, La presse, Montréal (20 décembre): C8.

            “Meets artist”, The Evening Telegram, St. John’s (December 3): 24.

            “Don à la ville”, Le journal de Montréal, Montréal (21 novembre): 38.

            Gil McElroy. “Rephotographing the Land”, Arts Atlantic 44, Charlottetown (Fall 1992): 9-10.

            Peter Gard. “Exhibitions deal with water, fire, earth and air”, The Newfoundland Herald, St. John’s (September 12): 18-19.

            Dawn Rae Downton. “Artist/Writer? A Symposium”, Arts Atlantic 43, Charlottetown (Spring-Summer): 42.

            Marlene Creates. “Long Harbour incinerator has serious consequences”, Letter to the editor,

                                The Newfoundland Herald, St. John’s (June 20): 2.

            Marlene Creates. “Proposed incinerator at Long Harbour fraught with problems”, Letter to the editor, The Express, St. John’s (June 3): 8.

            Randy Burton. “Environment”, BlackFlash, The Photographers Gallery, Saskatoon (Spring): 7-12.

            Chris Pickard. “Eastern Edge Gallery: art for art’s sake”, The Evening Telegram, St. John’s (February 23): 17.

            Elissa Barnard. “Challenging Ansel Adams’ landscapes”, The Mail-Star, Halifax (January 30): C4.

            Robert Currie. “Landscape”, The Gazette, Dalhousie University, Halifax (January 23): 13.

1991    Layne Christensen. “Memories of Labrador communities part of exhibit”, East London Reporter, London (September 26): 10.

            Lisa Moore. “Canada Council displays Art Bank pieces”, The Newfoundland Herald, St. John’s (September 14): 22-23.

            Elizabeth Beauchamp. “Newfoundland artist captures love of landscape”, The Edmonton Journal, Edmonton (July 7): D2.

            Christina Sabat. “Visual Arts in Review”, The Daily Gleaner, Fredericton (June 1): 13.

            Christina Sabat. “Artist Seeks Active Encounters With The Landscape”, The Daily Gleaner, Fredericton (May 13): 22.

            Anne Lamar. “Permanent Collection is a treasure worth cherishing”, The Sunday Express, St. John’s (April 21).

            James Wade. “Celtic Art: A living continuum”, The Sunday Telegram, St. John’s (March 17): 20.

            Kathleen Winter. “Artist Marlene Creates: finding our place in the wilderness”, The Sunday Express, St. John’s (January 27): 34.

1990    John K. Grande. “Reclaiming the Soul of Modern Art”, Canadian Forum, Halifax (December): 6-9.

            Jill Pollack. “Marlene Creates, Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver”, Arts Atlantic 38, Charlottetown (Fall): 38-39.

            Sylvain Campeau. “Lieux et distances de projection”, ETC Montréal no.12, Montréal (septembre): 26-27.

            Nancy Baele. “Land art with quiet staying power”, The Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa (June 21): B10.

            Alexander Wilson. “Art, Geography and Resistance”, The Massachusetts Review, Amherst (Spring-Summer): 233-248.

            Paul Schratz. “Art enters consciousness”, The North Bay Nugget, North Bay (March 24): C20.

            Robin Laurence. “Sugimoto and Creates Display Details of Existence ”, The Georgia Straight, Vancouver (March 23-30): 22.

            Nancy Baele. “Putting a wrap around Canadian art”, The Citizen, Ottawa (February 15).

            Suzanne Joubert. “À la Galerie Ufundi: Liens pour un quatuor”, Le Droit, Ottawa-Hull (10 février): A8.

            Jacqueline Fry. “Marlene Creates, Eastern Edge Gallery, St. John’s”, Parachute no.57, Montréal (janvier): 35-36.

            Peter Gard. “Maskunow: A Trail, A Path”, Arts Atlantic 36, Charlottetown (Winter): 8-9.

1989    Mavis Penney. “Two very different exhibits”, The Labradorian, Happy Valley-Goose Bay (December 5): 15.

            Robert Stacey. “Walking in Woods: Notes on the Visitations of Hamish Fulton”, Northward Journal no.47, Kapuskasing: 16.

            Marlene Creates. “Leave the bears alone!”, Letter to the editor, The Newfoundland Herald, St. John’s (August 19): 4-5.

            Anne Lamar. “Images from the Avalon”, The Sunday Express, St. John’s (July 16).

            James Wade. “Exhibition enjoyable . . .”, The Evening Telegram, St. John’s (July 2).

            Peter Gard. “O Darkly Bright: William Brooks Cabot In Labrador”, The Newfoundland Herald, St. John’s (June 10).

            James Wade. “Map drawn from memory on tundra spawned current Creates exhibit”, The Sunday Telegram, St. John’s (April 30).

            James Wade. “Maskunow: A Trail, A Path”, The Evening Telegram, St. John’s (April 1): 24.

            Peter Gard. “Varying looks at landscapes”, The Newfoundland Herald, St. John’s (March 11): 26-27.

            Anne Lamar. “Maskunow: A Trail, A Path”, The Sunday Express, St. John’s (March 5).

            Anne Lamar. “Notions of Environment gets down to basics”, The Sunday Express, St. John’s (February 26).

            Jennie Punter. “Happy 20th Anniversary to students in the front lines of art”, The Whig-Standard, Kingston (January 28): 16-17.

            Garet Markvoort. “Student exhibition reflects talent and creativity”, The Queen’s Journal, Kingston (January 17): 16.

1988    Marie-Jeanne Musiol. “Memory/Souvenir”, Vie des Arts, Montréal (mars): 67-68.

            Jerry McGrath. “Art in the Soo - Sans Démarcation”, Vanguard, Vancouver (February/March): 10-13.

            Peter Gard. “Commission winners and losers”, The Newfoundland Herald, St. John’s (January 16): 22-23.

1987    Nancy Baele. “Leaving an imprint...”, The Citizen, Ottawa (October 15).

            Fred Gaysek. “Sans Démarcation“, Artviews, Toronto (Summer): 24-31.

            Christine Rivet. “Ottawa artist stylizes subtle changes with the landscape”, Sault This Week, Sault Ste. Marie (August 19): 10A.

            Joanne Thompson. “'Bedlam' reigns as Sault prepares for art experience”, The Sault Star, Sault Ste. Marie (June 13).

            “White Water Gallery: Art’s First Address in the Near North”, Artviews, Toronto (Spring): 16.

1986    Steven G. McLaughlin. “True strength in art” , Letter to the editor, The Nugget, North Bay (September 18).

            Mary L. Bon. “Satire on Main St.”, Letter to the editor, The Nugget, North Bay (September 13).

            Louise Middleton. “Rice on the rocks”, Canadore College, North Bay (September 12).

            “Missed opportunity”, The Nugget, North Bay (September 10).

            Gilbert McElroy. “Appallingly ignorant attitude”, Letter to the editor, The Nugget, North Bay (September 10).

            Dawn Clarke. “Gallery director says sculpture deserves acclaim, not ridicule”, The Nugget, North Bay (September 9).

            Drew McAnulty. “Footprint ‘art’ a protest”, The Nugget, North Bay (September 8): 1.

            Drew McAnulty. “Wave Patterns, Lake Nipissing, 1986”, The Nugget, North Bay (September 5).

            “Outdoor sculptor to visit North Bay waterfront”, The Near North Sun, North Bay (August 15): 9.

            “Photographs on display”, The Western Star, Corner Brook (August 4).

            Elizabeth Thompson. “Sculptor uses nature to make a statement”, The Gazette, Montreal (March 27): G7.

            David McFadden. “The Physicality of Landscape”, Canadian Art, Toronto (March): 84-85.

            Felicity Redgrave. “Traces”, Arts Atlantic 24, Charlottetown (Winter): 10-11.

1985    Martha Tancock. “Artspace and AGP host companion landscape shows”, Peterborough Examiner, Peterborough (October 23): 36.

            “Sticks, stones and art”, Peterborough Examiner, Peterborough (October 22): 22.

            Elissa Barnard. “Each leaving traces”, The Mail-Star, Halifax (June 18).

            “Exhibitions reflection of interests”, The Mail-Star, Halifax (June 5).

            Marie Delagrave. “Paysages éphémères”, Le Soleil, Québec (18 mai).

            Kevin McMahon. “Artists vs. elements at Brock”, The Standard, St. Catharines (April 8): 9.

1984    Norman Debono. “Marlene Creates”, The Windsor Star, Windsor (October 6).

            Joella Sidhu. “Artist takes Canadian Club members on tour to ancient stone circles”, The Packet, Orillia (March 20): 6.

1983    Nancy Tousley. “An artist who believes in paper work...”, Calgary Herald, Calgary (November 10): G8.

            “Artists named as winners in juried exhibition”, The Whig-Standard, Kingston (November 8).

            Linda Harvey-Rioux. “Marlene Creates, Canadian artist at the Dunlop Gallery”, Regina Sunday News, Regina (October 9): 8.

            Denise Ball. “Marlene Creates employs paper and landscape”, The Leader-Post, Regina (September 29): C1.

            Jo-Ann Mihalich. “Artist emphasizes nature’s qualities”, The Chronicle Journal, Thunder Bay (September 27): 17.

            Tom Gentles. “A temporary presence in ancient landscapes”, The Times-Herald, Moose Jaw (September 22).

            Olivier Asselin. “Dumouchel, Dickson et Creates”, Le Droit, Ottawa (23 avril): 33.

            Caroline Stone. “On Site: The Artist in the Environment - Marlene Creates”, Arts Atlantic 16, Charlottetown (Spring):3.

1982    Philip Hicks. “The new sculpture”, The Evening Telegram, St. John’s (October 23).

            “Ottawa sculptor creates cairn using Newfoundland stone, rock”, The Evening Telegram, St. John’s (September 18): 4.

            Beatrice Watson. “Marlene Creates makes her art in the landscape”, The Times News, Thunder Bay (July 24).

            Patrick Brennan. “Artist's work on display in Kenora”, Daily Miner and News, Kenora (May 21).

            “Ottawa artist conducting workshop”, Daily Miner and News, Kenora (May 14).

1981    Nancy Baele. “Photographer papers stones to sculpt scene”, The Citizen, Ottawa (November 14): 28.

            Bruce Paton. “Elements presents the question: Can photography be art?”, Ottawa Revue, Ottawa (November 12-18).

            Angela Marcus. “Marlene Creates’ bridge between natural and artificial”, Ottawa Revue, Ottawa (November 12-18): 9.

            Frank Rackow. “Beyond the limitations of the craft”, The Charlatan, Carleton University, Ottawa (October 29): 24.

            Suzanne Joubert. “Photographier l’éternité”, Le Droit, Ottawa (24 octobre): 21.

            Greg Burliuk. “Paper, Stones and Water: Nature’s Magic”, The Whig-Standard, Kingston (March 13): 19.

            E. Jane Northey. “Marlene Creates at SAW Gallery”, Artmagazine, Toronto (February-March): 59.

            Steven Leak. “Bringing nature and paper together”, Arthur Magazine, Trent University, Peterborough (February).

            Daniel Sharp. “Earth connection explored through paper and stone”, Peterborough Examiner, Peterborough (February 2): 20.

1980    Rosalie Smith McCrea. “Sculpture in photography”, The Citizen, Ottawa (October 11): 21.

1979    Kathleen Walker. “Quality exhibition”, The Citizen, Ottawa (December 7).

1978    Roger Amoroso. “Marlene Creates”, Ottawa Revue, Ottawa (May 25-31): 5.

            Kathleen Walker. “Artist plumbs depths of surface”, The Citizen, Ottawa (May 19).

BOOK COVERS and other publications with reproductions / 

COUVERTURESde livres et autres reproductions

2001        Full Circle, Newfoundland Symphony Youth Choir (CD cover)

2000        Susan Knutson. Narrative in the Feminine: Daphne Marlatt and Nicole Brossard,
                        Wilfred Laurier University Press, Waterloo (cover)

                Full Circle, Youth Choral Exchange Final Concert, Basilica of St. John the Baptist, St. John’s (concert programme)

1999        Lynn Davies. The Bridge That Carries the Road, Brick Books, London, Ontario (cover)

                Page des Librairies, no. 56 (février-mars), Paris, France (p. 30-33)

1998        International Journal of Canadian Studies, no. 18 (fall), Diaspora and Exile / La diaspora et l'exil, Ottawa (cover)

                Annuaire du Canada 1999, Statistics Canada, Ottawa  (p. 6)

1992        Canada: A Portrait, Statistics Canada, Ottawa (p. 111, 125)

 
BROADCAST MEDIA(radio interviews, tv spots & features)/ ÉMISSIONS

2016    “Exploring Place, Memory Maps, and Language with Marlene Creates” with Dale Jarvis for the Heritage Foundation’s
                    Intangible Cultural Heritage and CHMR Radio, Memorial University, St. John’s, September 22, 2016
                    http://doodledaddle.blogspot.ca/2016/09/exploring-place-memory-maps-and.html

2015    Barbara Deland. Guest Interview with Marlene Creates, VOWR Radio, St. John’s (August 30 and September 2): 28 min.
            Elizabeth Yeoman. Interviw with Marlene Creates, CHMR–FM Radio, Memorial University, St. John's (August 6): 45 min.
            Cecil Haire. CrossTalk, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (June 29): 10 min.
            Angela Antle. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (April 25): 12 min. (rebroadcast August 30)
                      https://soundcloud.com/cbc-weekend-am-nl/marlene-creates-new-book-2015-04-25t09-36-04000
2013    Angela Antle. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John's (June 15).
2012    Barbara Deland. Guest Interview with Marlene Creates, VOWR Radio, St. John’s (December 16 and 19): 28 min.
            The Nature of Inspiration
, documentary film by 291 Film Company, Regina, broadcast premier on
                    CBC Documentary Channel (August 4 & 6): 45 min.
2010    Angela Antle. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, Grand Falls-Windsor (August 8): 15 min.
            Angela Antle. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (February 6): 9 min.
            Mike Power. Labrador Morning, CBC Radio One, Goose Bay (February 2).
2009    Tom Allen. Radio Two Morning, CBC Radio Two (October 9): 3 min.
            Suzanne Woolridge. The Morning Show, CBC Radio One, St. John's (June 1).
            Mack Furlong.
Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John's (May 30): 2 min.
            The Tolt, the Droke, and the Blast Hole Pond River with Marlene Creates, by 291 Film Company, Knowledge Network – British
                                Columbia’s Educational Broadcaster (February 16): 24 min.
2008    Mack Furlong. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John's (October 18): 11 min.
            Farmyard Radio, Grizedale Arts, Lawson Park, Coniston, Cumbria, England, online webcast interview (September 26): 1 hour.

            The Tolt, the Droke, and the Blast Hole Pond River with Marlene Creates by 291 Film Company, Regina,

                                part of the series Landscape as Muse, Bravo! Canada television (April 10): 24 min. (rebroadcast March 22, 2010)

            The Morning Show, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (April 10): 2 min.

2007    Liz Zetlin and Angela Antle. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (October 20): 3 min.

            Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (September 30): 2 min.

            Angela Antle. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (July 22): 10 min.

            Anne Budgell. Radio Noon, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (April 16)

            Artspots, CBC Television, St. John’s, (January 2): 5 min.

            Angela Antle. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (February 24): 10 min.

2006    Liz Zetlin, Night Walk: Boreal Poetry Garden, documentary video: 5 min.

            Out of the Fog, Rogers TV, Cable 9, St. John’s (May 8): 1 min

            Mark Cumby. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (February 19): 5 min.

2005    Angela Antle. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (November 26): 10 min.

2004    Jeff Goodes, Fresh Air, CBC Radio, Toronto (November 28): 15 min.

            Russ Knutson, The Afternoon Show, CBC Radio One, Whitehorse (October 14).

            Katie Nicholson, The Beat on Canada Now, CBC TV, St. John’s, (September  16).

            Anne Budgell. Radio Noon, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (May 17).

            Mack Furlong. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (May 16): 16 min. (rebroadcast Saturday, September 11, 2004)

2003    Angela Antle. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (August 23).

            Regart, Rogers TV 23, Ottawa (April 25).

2002    Wanita Bates and Shelagh Rogers. This Morning, CBC Radio One, Toronto (May 28): 10 min.

2001    Jim Brown. The Morning Show, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (October 9).

            Angela Antle. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (July 28): 6 min.

            Seanna Collins. Global News Morning Edition, Global Television, Edmonton, (June 25): 3 min.

            Suzanne Woolridge. Arts Report, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (May 23).

2000    Suzanne Woolridge. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John’s (October 8, 2000): 4 min.

1999    Larry Jay. Evening News, NTV Newfoundland Television, St. John's (September 17): 2 min.

            Colleen McConnell. VOCM Radio, St. John's (July 9).

            Chris O'Neill Yates. Radio Noon, CBC Radio One, St. John's (July 8): 6 min.

            Suzanne Woolridge. Radio Noon, CBC Radio One, St. John's (January 5): 6 min.

            Suzanne Woolridge. Weekend Arts Magazine, CBC Radio One, St. John's (January 9).

1998    Suzanne Woolridge. Radio Noon, CBC Radio One, St. John's (September 8): 7 min.

1997    Laurence Boudreau. Moi, j'adore, CKIA-FM, Québec (October 29).

            The Morning Show, CBC Radio One, St. John's (October 17).

            Valerie Beauquier. CBAF Radio Canada, Halifax (September 30).

            The Newfoundland & Labrador Arts Council Annual Arts Awards, CBC Television, St. John's (September 16): 60 min.

            Suzanne Woolridge. Arts Report, CBC Radio, St. John's (September 14 & 15).

            Bill Coultas. Personal Portraits: Marlene Creates, Cable Atlantic Television, St. John's (May): 30 min.

            Lorraine Gilbert, La Tête des eaux: art/nature project by Boréal Multimédia: video.

1996    Gene Gort. The Edge of Town, Second International Distinguished Artists Symposium and Exhibition, Hartford Art  School,

                                Hartford, Connecticut: video 24 min.

1995    John Johnson. Landworks of Marlene Creates, “Sunday Arts & Entertainment”, CBC Television, Toronto: 30 min.

                                (rebroadcast Sunday, December 7, 1997).

1993    Lynda Hall. interview with Marlene Creates, “Art Snack”, CHUO (Ottawa University Radio), Ottawa (September 30).

            Anne Lamar. Marlene Creates: Landworks 1979-1991, “Weekend Arts Magazine”, CBC Radio, St. John's (March 13): 5 min.

1990    Angela Antle. interview  with Marlene Creates on Don Wright, “Weekend Arts Magazine”, CBC Radio, St. John's (September): 8 min.

1990    Angela Antle. interview with Marlene Creates, “Weekend Arts Magazine”, CBC Radio, St. John's (April 21): 8 min.

1988    Joan Borsa. Rewriting the Script: Feminism and Art in Ontario, Women’s Art Resource Centre, Toronto: video.

1987    Anne Lamar. The Diary Exhibition, “State of the Arts”, CBC Radio, national (April 19): 6 min.

1986    The White Water Gallery presents Marlene Creates, interview with Gil McElroy, Maclean Hunter Cable 12, North Bay
                            (September 4-5): 22 min 24 sec. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_awUxEMKQg

1984    Robert Fortin, Radio Canada, Windsor (October 11): 1.5 hours.