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Richard Holden – Curriculum Vitae ( Arts )



Aldershot, Hampshire, England. Lives and works in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.


B.A. with majors in Art History & English
University of Saskatchewan


An independent artist writer and professional cultural worker with experience in arts practice, strategic
planning, development, program research, analysis, design, budgeting, implementation and evaluation, for
thirteen years with the Canada Council for the Arts and for three and one half years with the Manitoba Arts


English and French – Spoken and Written

Work Related History

Positions Held:

Self-employed, professional artist & writer 2002 – 2013

Program Officer – Visual Arts 1999 – 2002
Manitoba Arts Council (Term Position)

Self-employed, professional artist 1997 – 1999

Development Coordinator 1995 – 1997
Strategic Initiatives Unit
Canada Council

Head, Transition Team 1995
Canada Council Explorations Program

Program Officer 1992 – 1995
Canada Council Explorations Program
B.C. and Northern Regions

Program Officer 1983 – 1992
Canada Council Explorations Program
Prairie and B.C. Regions

Director 1981 – 1983
Audio Visual Department
Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan

Writer, Educational Media Producer 1972 – 1981
Division of Audio Visual Services
University of Saskatchewan

Selected Solo and 2-Person Exhibitions:

2009 – (March) Ken Segal Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba

2007 – Platform: Centre for Photographic and Digital Arts, Winnipeg, Manitoba (2 person, with Maeghan Hill-Carroll, curated by Petra Halkes)

2006 – Ken Segal Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba

2004 – <SITE>Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba

1999 – Eastern Edge Gallery, St. John’s Newfoundland (2 person, with Marlene Creates)

1999 – The Photographers Gallery, Saskatoon

1997 – Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario

1988 – Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario

1987 – Biblioteque Municipale, Mont Joli, P.Q.

1986 – Saskatchewan Western Development Museum, Saskatoon

1985 – Gallery 101, Ottawa

1985 – Northern Life and Northern Exhibition Centre, Fort Smith, N.W.T.

1985 – Museum of Northern British Columbia, Prince Rupert, B.C.

1984 – The Photographers Gallery, Saskatoon

1984 – Niagara Artists Centre, Niagara

1982 – The Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina

1982 – Open Space Gallery, Victoria

1982 – Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto

1980 – The Photographers Gallery, Saskatoon

1978 – The Photographers Gallery, Saskatoon

1977 – Prairie Light Gallery, Saskatoon

1976 – The Photographers Gallery, Saskatoon

1974 – The Photographers Gallery, Saskatoon


Selected Group Exhibitions:

2008 – Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba ( “Subconscious City” )

2005 – Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa, Ont.

2005 – Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa, Ont.

2005 – Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, Alberta

2001 – Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster, England

1996 – Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa, Ont.

1994 – The Photographers Gallery, Saskatoon

1990 – McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ont.

1989 – The Photographers Gallery, Saskatoon

1986 – Coburg Gallery, Vancouver, B.C.

1984 – Alberta College of Art Gallery, Calgary, Alta.

1984 – SAW Gallery, Ottawa, Ont.

1982 – The Photography Gallery, La Jolla, Ca., U.S.A

1982 – Canadian Film Centre, Toronto, Ont.

1982 – Shell Canada Gallery, Calgary, Alta.

1980 – Toronto Photographers Workshop, Toronto, Ont.

1978 – Neikrug Galleries, New York, N.Y., U.S.A.

1976 – University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alta.

1976 – Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Sk.

1975 – Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ont.


Selected Publications And Papers:

2012 – A Moon or a Button: Michael Dumontier. Border Crossings – A magazine of the Arts, Issue No. 122 Vol. 31, No. 2. Winnipeg Manitoba.

2011 – after dusk – Anna von Gwinner & Markus Schädel. Border Crossings – A magazine of the Arts, Issue No. 119 Vol. 30, No. 3. Winnipeg Manitoba.

2010 – David Wityk. Border Crossings – A magazine of the Arts, Issue No. 116 Vol. 29, No. 4. Winnipeg Manitoba.

2009 – Agrarian Worlds: Colette Balcaen and Tim Schouten. Border Crossings – A magazine of the Arts, Issue No. 111, Vol. 28, No. 3. Winnipeg Manitoba.

2008 – I Am My Family: Photographic Memories and Fictions, by Rafael Goldchain. Border Crossings – A magazine of the Arts, Issue No. 108, Vol. 27, No. 4. Winnipeg Manitoba.

2007 – Gardening the Planet – paper, presented at Global Photographies, a conference at Institute of Arts & Design Technology, Dublin, Ireland.

2007 – Lisa Stinner. Border Crossings – A magazine of the Arts, Issue No. 103, Vol. 26, No. 3. Winnipeg Manitoba.

2007 – Peter MacCallum. Border Crossings – A magazine of the Arts, Issue No. 102, Vol. 26, No. 2. Winnipeg Manitoba

2006 – Saskatchewan: Uncommon Views . Border Crossings – A magazine of the Arts, Issue No. 99, Vol. 25, No. 3. Winnipeg Manitoba.

2001 – Local Histories – paper & exhibition presented at Between Nature, a conference at Lancaster University, England.

1994 – Pearyland, by Barry Lopez with photography by Richard Holden. Outside Outside Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico, U.S.A..

1989 – Landscape: 150 Years After. Blackflash Vol. 7, No. 1, Spring, 1989. P.G. Press Inc.. Saskatoon, Sask. Canada.

1984 – Tourist. Blackflash, Vol. 2, No. 2, Summer, 1984. P.G. Press Inc., Saskatoon, Sask. Canada.



C.B.C., Radio Canada Building, Regina Saskatchewan.

The Canadian Development Bank, Montréal.


Public Collections:

The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

The Canadian Museum Of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa

The Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa

The Department of External Affairs, Government of Canada, Ottawa

The National Archives of Canada, Ottawa

The Regional Municipality of Ottawa Carleton, Ottawa

Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa

The Photographers Gallery, Saskatoon

The Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon

The Norman MacKenzie Gallery, Regina

The Saskatchewan Arts Board, Regina

The Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton

Air Canada Collection, Montreal

Collection of The Canadian Development Bank, Montreal

The Museum of Modern Art, Stockholm, Sweden


Awards and Grants:

2008 – Winnipeg Arts Council – Individual Artist Grant

2006 – Winnipeg Arts Council – Individual Artist Grant

2004 – Manitoba Arts Council – Creation/Production

2003 – Canada Council for the Arts – Creation/Production

1998 – Canada Council for the Arts – Creation/Production

1998 – Regional Municipality of Ottawa Carleton

1989 – Ontario Arts Council Senior Artist Grant

1980 – Canada Council Grant, Project Cost

1976 – Canada Council Grant, Type ‘B’


Selected Bibliography:

2007 – Framing/Unframing: Landscapes by Maegan Hill-Carroll + Richard Holden by Petra Halkes. Curatorial essay. Platform Centre for Photographic + Digital Arts

2007 – Richard Holden by Cristabel Wiebe. Border Crossings – A magazine of the Arts Issue No. 102, Vol. 26, No. 2. Winnipeg Manitoba.

2004 – Richard Holden by Cliff Eyland. Border Crossings – A magazine of the Arts Issue No. 90, Vol. 23, No. 1. Winnipeg Manitoba.

1999 – A Response to Continental Edge, by John Conway. Interplay, A Forum for Critical Dialogue, Vol. 2. No.1. The Photographers Gallery, Saskatoon, Sask.

1990 – The Landscape: Eight Canadian Photographers, by David Barbour. Catalogue of an exhibition organized by The McMichael Canadian Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario, Canada.

1982 – Richard Holden: Arctic Photographs, by Michael Parke-Taylor. Catalogue of an exhibition organized by the Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.



Platform: Centre for Photographic & Digital Arts

Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery

Manitoba Printmakers Association


Education Facilitation:

2013 – Lecturer, School of Art, University of Manitoba


Related Activities:

Public Presentations:

1971- Founding member of The Photographers Gallery, Saskatoon ( Now re-named PAVED )

1976 to 2006

– On television, radio and at public receptions, numerous presentations on the arts and arts-related issues.

– Guest lectures at the Universities of Saskatchewan, Ottawa, Manitoba and Lancaster, U.K.


International Experience:

Work exhibited in Spain, England, Sweden and the U.S.A.

Project work carried out in the U.S.A., Germany, France, Spain, the U. K. and the Republic of Eire.