Project: Rethinking Anthem
Nadia Myre is a multi-disciplinary visual artist from Montreal (Quebec), whose work is gaining critical acclaim. For over a decade she has explored notions of longing and loss, as well as the incessant human drive to reconcile the two. Nadia Myre is a graduate from Concordia University, Montreal (MFA, 2002), and the Emily Carr School of Art, Vancouver (Associate degree, 1997). Myre is the recipient of numerous grants and awards–notably the Quebec Arts Council: Prix la création artistique pour la region des Laurentides (2009), and a Fellowship from the Eiteljorg Museum (2004). Nadia’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in such places as New York, London, France, Shanghai, and Australia. Recent solo exhibitions include Scar Tissue, Smithsonian Institute National Museum of American Indian, New York (2010), Landscape of Sorrow and Other New Work, Art Mûr, Montreal (2009), and Cont[r]act, Gallery Oboro, Montreal (2002). She has received accolades from the New York Times and Le Devoir, as well as features in ARTnews, American Craft Magazine, Parachute, Canadian Art, C Magazine and Monopol. Her work is found in numerous collections including: Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, Canada Council Art Bank, Canadian Museum of Civilization, City of Ottawa, Eiteljorg Museum, Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain (FRAC) de Lorraine, Loto-Quebec, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Montreal Museum of Archeology and History, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec, National Gallery of Canada, and Smithsonian Institute National Museum of American Indian.