Art and Creativity (Art History)
Jeremy Todd is an interdisciplinary artist, teacher, writer, and curator living and working in Vancouver, British Columbia. His work often focuses on the construction of cultural memory and its socio-political effects. With a BFA from York University and an MFA from UBC, Jeremy has taught undergraduate studio, art history, and critical theory courses at UBC, Emily Carr University, and North Island College before taking a regular position within Vancouver Film School's Foundation Visual Art & Design program.
Jeremy was the Director/Curator for the Helen Pitt Gallery Artist-Run Centre (2003-5), interim Director/Curator for the Richmond Art Gallery (2007), and Programming Coordinator for Grunt Gallery Artist-Run Centre (2008). He maintains an ongoing art practice involving online projects, digital film, painting, and performance, and also records and performs for fun in the Vancouver-based new music group Payday Millionaire. Jeremy's writings about art, culture and ideas are published regularly in local, national, and international journals, magazines, and exhibition catalogues.