2021 Faculty

Meet the team. Below you will find the amazing faculty who teach the classes at Southampton Arts this year.

Morag Budgeon & Alan McIntosh

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Morag Budgeon & Alan McIntosh
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Morag is a silversmith who developed her loyal clientele through markets and shows in Ontario. She is a past manager of the Owen Sound Artists Co - Op, created and managed the Fine Art & Craft Christmas Craft Sale held annually in Owen Sound and is currently the manager of the Owen Sound Farmer’s Market.

Alan McIntosh began Acme Anvil in 1994, travelling Canada selling his distinctive stainless steel steels utensils, blending form, fashion and function into everyday objects.

Together. Alan and Morag are the creative force between the new Georgian Bay Centre for the Arts. Located in Downtown Owen Sound, the Centre hosts workshops and classes in its generously appointed, professional studios while also being home to The Palette Cafe.

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Chelsea Campbell

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Chelsea Campbell
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Chelsea Campbell is an artist and arts educator who had been instructing youth art classes for more than 10 years. Preferring an 'undisciplined', multi media, cross disciplinary exploration fo the visual arts, she has had the opportunity to work with a number of professional artists and gain skills in various mediums. During her years working at the Elora Centre for the Arts, along with art instruction, Chelsea assisted in leading the Youth Arts and Entertainment Council, the Rural Youth Artists Project, and the Tutu in You program for young sewers. Chelsea studied at Algonquin College and has received an Online Certificate in Youth Engagement from MoMa (Museum of Modern Art - NYC).

Kate Civiero

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Kate Civiero
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Kate is a graduate of the Glass Program at the Sheridan College School of Craft and Design. She has exhibited her work in galleries in Canada and the USA, operates a thriving home studio gallery, online shop, wholesales and teaches classes in glassblowing and metalsmithing. Kate’s love of the handmade world has extended to celebrating rural makers through her book “backroad craft”, written with Becky Comber as well as website and branding design for craft shows, arts organizations and artists/artisans. Kate has experience with accessing business and government supports top start, grow and pivot your handmade business.
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Chantal Rousseau

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Chantal Rousseau
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Chantal Rousseau’s practice brings together popular culture, sex, death, and technology. Playing off fleeting internet obsessions and subcultures, she intertwines humour and the macabre and makes feminism sexy.

Her work has been exhibited across Canada and internationally, including Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Centre, Buffalo; the wrong biennale; Canadian Cultural Centre, Paris; Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston; The New Gallery, Calgary; Latitude 53, Edmonton; Mercer Union, Toronto; and La Centrale, Montreal.

Her videos have been screened in numerous venues and festivals including the Festival Polyphonix, Bologna, Italy. Her work was featured as GIF of the Day on Art F City in 2014.

Rousseau currently has a temporary public artwork on display in Erindale Park in Mississauga, Ontario. The project We are all here is administered by Mississauga Culture Division in partnership with Mississauga Parks, Forestry, and Environment Division. The series of flags features species found in the Credit River Watershed, and will be exhibited until October 2021. She also recently completed a series of billboards for the City of Kingston’s Paved Paradise temporary public art series, that were on display from July to December 2020. In the fall of 2020 she had a solo show at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Tap Dancing Seagull and Other Stories, which featured a series of animated GIFs.

Chantal Rousseau has been involved in multiple artist collectives. She was a member of Agitated Plover Salon, a group of six Kingston-based artists, who exhibited from 2013 to 2014. She was also a member of Toronto-based Personal Volare, eleven artists who exhibited together from 2000 to 2009.

She is a graduate of the University of Guelph (MFA), and Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design (BFA).

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Heather Travis

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Heather Travis is a communications strategist, brand builder, and lover of all things creative. Heather works with small businesses and entrepreneurs in crafting their brand story, coaching them on building their business both online and off using strategic marketing tactics unified under their core brand values and business goals.Heather is also actively working as an artist and muralist selling her large scale, colourful abstracts, as well as creating unique murals for businesses and happy homes.

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