Emily Carr: 150 Years
Do you miss visiting art galleries and museums? The February CALL Café Online will bring the art to you. To mark 150 years since the birth of Emily Carr, Ryan Green will discuss the life, art, and lasting legacy of this extraordinary Canadian artist.
Ryan Green is the president and owner of Masters Gallery Ltd. He has over 20 years of experience as a dealer of Canadian historical, post war and contemporary art with a speciality in Group of Seven and mid-century Quebec Abstraction. He received an MA in the History of Art from the University College London, England specializing in late 15th century Florentine Sculpture and a BA in Art History with honours from the University of Calgary. Creating and teaching the curriculum for the University of Calgary's Continuing Education inaugural course on Canadian Art History and Appreciation, he has also taught on European art and art history, lectured at University College London and the Courtauld Institute. He is also the founder of Young Masters, a collaborative initiative with Masters Gallery and the Calgary Public School Board to introduce elementary school students to Canadian art, artists and art appreciation. Ryan sits on the board of the Glenbow Museum, he is a Canadian friend of the Dulwich Picture Gallery, an Honorary Associate member of the Alberta Society of Artists, and a distinguished patron of the National Gallery of Canada.