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Tim Moore

Tim Moore is a Métis artist whose work revolves around identity within Canadian post-colonial constructs.  His artistic practice copes primarily with the stigma of being from a mixed Canadian heritage.  Moore’s professional work wrestles with human social anxiety and how this shapes our individual and collective identities.

Moore’s work focuses on the Métis identity as well as contemporary Indigenous issues.  His work shows in both solo and group exhibitions throughout Saskatchewan and across the country. In 2009 his work was included in the exhibition Mind the Gap. Organized by the Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina. This exposure led to his inclusion in The Painting Project. A survey of new painting trends in Canada organized by Les Galerie L’UQAM, Montréal and featured on the Virtual Museum of Canada website. Tim is also the chairperson for IPAC, the Indigenous Peoples Artists Collective of Prince Albert Inc. 
Moore has been shortlisted for numerous public art commissions and is currently represented by Galerie 3, Québec City, Québec.


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2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Edmonton, Alberta
Canada T5J 2C1