Traditional Galleries: SPEAKER

Andrea Jackman

Jelena Jankovik

ANDREA JACKMAN has held the position of Curator at Earls Court Gallery, Hamilton since 2009, following the completion of her Masters in Art History at Western University in London, Ontario. Jackman also holds a Bachelors of Studio Arts from the University of Waterloo. 
At Earls Court Gallery, Jackman oversees all aspects of the gallery, which includes client relations, appraisals, and liaison with artists. Jackman is a good standing member of the Canadian Personal Property Association Group (CPPA). 
In addition to exhibits at Earls Court Gallery, Jackman has curated exhibitions at Redeemer Collage University, CNE Toronto, Hamilton Public Library, and THEMUSEUM, Kitchener. She has imbedded herself in the art community through volunteer services such as juror, guest speaker, BIA representative, and as an arts contributor writer. 
Jackman has been a juror for the Women’s Arts Association of Hamilton, Dundas Valley School of Art, McMaster University, City of Hamilton Arts Awards, and Centre[3]. She has been involved in creating educational programs for numerous organizations such as Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery in Waterloo, Glenhyrst Art Gallery in Brantford, Stoney Creek School of Art in Hamilton, and Redeemer Collage University in Ancaster. Andrea Jackman resides in Hamilton, ON.