The collaborative and interdisciplinary artworks and writings of Lois Klassen continually combine materialist and social art practices.
Writing & presentations: Fillip 20, Public 45, UAAC/AAUC conference, LIVE International Performance Art Biennale, Textile Society of America, and more.
Exhibitions: Charles H. Scott Gallery in Vancouver, Canada; HubM3 in Salford, UK; Richmond Art Gallery in Richmond, Canada; The Glenbow Museum in Calgary Canada; The Reach Gallery Museum in Abbotsford, Canada; Western Front in Vancouver, Canada; Centre A in Vancouver, Canada; aceArtinc in Winnipeg, Canada; Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba in Brandon, Canada.
Residencies: Plug In ICA 2014 Summer Institute, Winnipeg; SOMA Summer 2012, Mexico City; MOPARRC in Vancouver, Canada; Banff New Media Institute 2009 at the Banff Centre in Canada; The Hammock Residency in Vancouver, Canada.
Festivals: Family Fuse at Vancouver Art Gallery, Stone Soup Festival, Transportale Berlin.
Lois Klassen is a past Board Director and President of VIVO Media Arts Centre in Vancouver, Canada. She is currently working part-time as the coordinator of the Emily Carr University Research Ethics Board. She has been educated in Visual Art (MAA, Emily Carr University), Textile Arts (Capilano University), Art History (DipAH, University of British Columbia), and Occupational Therapy (BMR, University of Manitoba). Lois Klassen was born and raised in rural Manitoba. She is currently living in Vancouver, Canada.