Heather Huston

Associate Professor, Print Media

Heather Huston holds an MFA from the University of Alberta and is the current president of Alberta Printmakers. Her work is based on the everyday, trying to find interesting structures in cookie-cutter neighbourhoods and the body’s resiliency and failure in the face of chronic illness.


MFA, University of Alberta.

BFA with distinction, University of Calgary.

Selected Professional Activity

Recent Solo Exhibitions

Dream City Dreams, Prodajna galerija “Beograd”, Belgrade, Serbia, 2015

Shift, SNAP, Edmonton, Alberta, 2014

Uncanny Flux, Atelier Presse Papier, Trois Rivieres, Quebec, 2014

The Imaginary Past, Stride Project Room, Calgary, 2013 

Recent Major Group Exhibitions

Okanagan Print Triennial 2015, Vernon Public Art Gallery, BC, 2015

Printed in Canada/Taiwan, Zhongshan National Gallery of the Sun, Yat-sen Memorial Hall, Taipei, Taiwan, 2014 

Selected Publications


On Small Prints, SNAPLINE, snapartists.ca, Web, March 2015

Trois Rivieres Surveyprinteresting.org, Web, July 5 2013

Recent Collections

Purdue University Galleries, 2014

City of Burnaby Permanent Art Collection, 2014

About my work

There Is No Time In Heather Hustons Shift, Erin Doblanko, inthemiddledistance.wordpress.com, web, May 30 2014

Maybe How To Remember a House, Kristofer Kelly, exhibition essay for The Imagined Past, Stride, 2013 

Selected Awards

Recent Awards

Brackett-Krennerich & Associates Architects Purchase Award,Delta National Small Print Exhibition, 2012

APS Purchase Award, Atlanta Print Biennial, 2011

Best in Show, Swimming Upstream, 2011 


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