Melinda Mollineaux


Melinda Mollineaux was born in London, England to parents from the Caribbean, and also lived in Trinidad before moving to Lethbridge, Alberta in 1981. Her practice explores the invisible qualities of an identity formed in the Black diaspora. She is also interested in the relationships between pinhole photography and pottery as media of time and presence. As an artist, Mollineaux was active in the Or Gallery, Artspeak Gallery and Boo Magazine. Since 1999, she has worked at the Canada Council for the Arts as a Program Officer, Equity Coordinator, and now as a Policy and Planning Officer.

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