JOE FAFARD

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Joseph Yvon Fafard was born September 2, 1942, in Ste. Marthe, Saskatchewan. He attended the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg (B.F.A. 1966); Pennsylvania State University (M.F.A. 1968). He was an instructor in sculpture at the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus from 1968 to 1974 and a visiting lecturer in sculpture, University of California at Davis, winter semester 1980-81.
He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Saskatchewan Order of Merit in 2002, and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Award in 1987. In 1981, he was awarded the designation of Officer to the Order of Canada, denoting an achievement of outstanding citizenship and service to both Canada and to the international community. From 1971 to 1984, Fafard lived in Pense, Saskatchewan, moving thereafter to Regina to continue his work. In 1985, he opened the foundry Julienne Atelier Inc. in Pense (named after his mother). Since 1999, Joe has made his home on an acreage outside Regina, where he has also built his studio. His work is exhibited and extensively collected throughout Canada, the United States and abroad.

Information

Born on 1942 in St. Marthe, Saskatchewan. Nationality is Canadian

Awards

AWARDS AND MEMBERSHIPS

2007 Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws from the University of Manitoba
Saskatchewan Arts Board Lifetime Achievement Award
2006 Named CTV Citizen of the Year
2005 Lieutenant Governor’s Saskatchewan Centennial Medal for the Arts
2003 National Prix Montfort
1989 Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws from the University of Regina, SK
1987 Architectural Institute of Canada Allied Arts Award
1981 Awarded the designation of Officer to the Order of Canada

Collections

Agnes Etherington Art Center; Kingston, ON
Art Gallery of Alberta; Edmonton, AB
Art Gallery of Hamilton; Hamilton, ON
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia; Halifax, NS
Austeville Properties; Vancouver, BC
Burlington Art Center; Burlington, ON
Cameco Corporation; Saskatoon, SK
Canada Council Art Bank, Ottawa, ON
Candarel; Montreal, QC
Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, ON
CBC Canadian Broadcasting Corporation; Regina, SK
CIBC Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce; Toronto, ON
Cineplex-Odeon; Toronto, ON
City of Vancouver (Broadway Station)
Co-operative Life Insurance Company Building, Regina, SK
Department of External Affairs; Ottawa, ON
DIA Holdings, Edmonton, AB
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Diamond; Vancouver, BC
Division Scolaire Francophone no. 310 de la Saskatchewan; Regina, SK (Ecole Monseigneur de Laval school)
Duck Lake, SK
The Duke and Duchess of York
Dunlop Art Gallery; Regina, SK
Glenbow Museum; Calgary, AB
Hart House, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Heffel Gallery
Imperial Oil; Toronto, ON
Japan Cow Museum, Maesawa, Japan
Laurentian University Museum and Art Center; Sudbury, ON
London Free Press; London, ON
London Life; London, ON
MacKenzie Art Gallery; Regina, SK
MacLaren Art Centre, Barrie, ON
McDonald Stewart Art Center; Guelph, ON
MDC Corporation
Mendel Art Gallery; Saskatoon, SK
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts/Musee de beaux arts; Montreal, QC
National Gallery of Canada; Ottawa, ON
Northern Corporation; Calgary, AB
Novartis Pharmaceuticals Canada Inc.; Toronto, ON
PCL Construction/Centennial Learning Center; Edmonton, AB
Polar Capital; Toronto, ON
Regina Market Square, Regina, SK
Royal Bank of Canada; Toronto, ON
Saskatchewan Arts Board, Regina, SK
Schneider Corporation: Toronto, ON
Scotiabank Group Fine Arts Collection; Toronto, ON
Shaw Communications Inc.; Calgary, AB
Shell Oil Collection; Calgary, AB
Simkin/Gallagher; Winnipeg, MB
Sunquest Vacations; Toronto, ON
TD Toronto Dominion Bank; Toronto, ON
UBS Bank (Canada); Toronto, ON
University of Regina; Regina, SK
University of Saskatchewan; Saskatoon, SK
University of Toronto – Hart House; Toronto, ON
Vancouver Art Gallery; Vancouver, BC
Wascana Energy, Inc., Regina, SK
West Coast Reductions; Vancouver, BC
Winnipeg Art Gallery; Winnipeg, MB
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Education

1969 Diploma of Applied Arts, Alberta College of Art
1976 Master of Visual Arts, University of Albert
2002 Designation Royal Canadian Academy of Arts

Exhibitions

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2010 “Joe Fafard” Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver, BC
“Joe Fafard” Darrell Bell Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
2009 “Joe Fafard: New Work, Lasers”, Udell Contemporary, Calgary, AB
“Joe Fafard: Sculptures”, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON
2008 “Joe Fafard: The ABC’s of Perception”, Udell Contemporary, Calgary, AB
“New Works", Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, QC
2007-09 “Joe Fafard: Retrospective” (touring), MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON; McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, ON; Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, NS; Glenbow Museum, Calgary, AB; Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MN
2007 “Celebrating 30 years in Edmonton”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
“New Work”, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON
“Does Size Matter?”, Nouveau Gallery, Regina, SK
“Running Horses”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
“The Pasture”, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto ON
2006 “Figures and other work”, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, QC
2005 “Bronze Age: The Sculpture of Joe Fafard”, Mayberry Fine Arts; Winnipeg, MN
2004 “New Work”, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, QC
“Farmyard Animals”, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON
2003 “New Work”, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
“New Work”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver, BC
“New Work”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
2002 “New Work”, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
“Valentina”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver, BC
“Valentina”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
2001 Galerie de Bellefeuille; Montreal, QC
2000 Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
Bronzes Big and Small”, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON
1999 “Artists and Animals”, Artists for Kids Gallery, Vancouver, BC
“New Work”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver, BC
1998 “Bronze Tables and Drawings”, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON
“New Exhibition”, Trepanier Baer Gallery, Calgary, AB
Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
1997 “Joe Fafard 20th Anniversary”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
1996 “Sculpture in the Park”, Waterton Park Museum of Natural History; Waterton, AB
Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver, BC
“Plus: New Works”, Trepanier Baer Gallery, Calgary, AB
“Joe Fafard: Celebrating the Retrospective”, Mira Godard Gallery; Toronto, ON
“Joe Fafard: The Bronze Years”, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts; Montreal, QC
1995 “From the Domestic to the Majestic”, Susan Whitney Gallery; Regina, SK
1994 “New Work”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
“The Horse Show”, Trepanier Baer Gallery, Calgary, AB
1993 Susan Whitney Gallery; Regina, SK
Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON
1992 “New Work”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver, BC
1991 Woltjen/ Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON
Susan Whitney Gallery; Regina, SK
1990 “Recent Bronze Sculpture”, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON
Woltjen/Udell Gallery; Vancouver, BC
1989 Woltjen/ Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
1988 Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON
1987 Woltjen/ Udell Gallery, Vancouver, BC
“Cows and other Luminaries”, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK
“Cows and other Luminaries”, Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
1986 “Drawing in Sand”, Joe Moran Gallery, Regina, SK
Gallery Moos, Toronto, ON
“New Bronze Cows”, Woltjen/ Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
1985 “A Survey”, Diane Ferris Gallery, Vancouver, BC
1984 Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
1983 “Paintings”, Brian Melnychenko Gallery, Winnipeg, MB
“Open Secrets”, Woltjen/ Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
R.C. Dahl National Exhibition Center; Swift Current, SK
1982 Galerie Don Stewart; Montreal, Quebec
Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MB
1981 Gallery Moos, Toronto, ON
1980 Downstairs Gallery, Edmonton, AB
Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
1979 Edmonton Art Gallery, traveling show, Edmonton, AB
Downstairs Gallery, Edmonton, AB
Kesik Gallery, Regina, SK
1977 Downstairs Gallery, Edmonton, AB
Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, MB
1975 Escape 5, Montreal, QC
Town Hall, Pense, SK
1974 Sheridan Gallery, Sheridan College School of Design, Mississauga, ON
1973 University of AB Art Gallery and Museum, Edmonton, AB
“A Souvenir Album of Joe Fafard’s Pensees”, The Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MN
“A Souvenir Album of Joe Fafard’s Pensees”, The Glenbow – AB Gallery, Calgary, AB
“A Souvenir Album of Joe Fafard’s Pensees”, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC
“A Souvenir Album of Joe Fafard’s Pensees”, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK
1972 “Ceramic Pictures”, Alberta College of Art, Calgary, AB
1970 Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK

INTERNATIONAL SOLO EXHIBITIONS

1992 49th Parallel, Gallery For Contemporary Canadian Art, New York, NY
1990 “Recent Bronze Sculpture”, Neville-Sargent Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
1980 Candy Store Gallery, Folsom, California
1971 Davis Art Center, Davis, California

SELECTED GROUP AND INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITIONS

2009 “Heavy Medal: The Order of Canada Exhibition”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
“Fall Show”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB; Vancouver, BC
2008 “Hot Stuff”, Nouveau Gallery
2007 “Art 2007”, Galerie del Bellefeuille, Montreal, QC
2006 “Fall Show”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB; Vancouver, BC
“International”, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montreal, QC
2005-08 Toronto International Art Fair
2005 “Regina Clay: Worlds in the Making”, touring show, McKenzie Art Gallery, London Museum, Burlington Art Center, Kelowna Art Gallery (March 5, 2005-June 10, 2006)
Nouveau Gallery opening (formerly Susan Whitney Gallery), Regina, SK
“Chasing Amnesia”, McKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK
Galerie de Bellefeuille, Chicago Art Fair, Chicago, Illinois, USA
2004 “Noah’s Ark”, National Gallery of Canada, Shawinigan, PQ
“Visage: Self Portraits”, Rosemont Art Gallery, Neil Balkwell, Regina, SK
“Zoo Arts Festival”, Toronto Zoo, Toronto, ON
2003 “Extended Traditions”, Center cultural franco-manitobain, St. Boniface, MN
“Fire and Earth”, virtual exhibition & museum, Burlington Art Center, ON
“Forever Blue”, Musee de la civilization, Quebec, QC
“Poetics of Clay: An International Perspective”, Houston Center for Contemporary Art Houston, TX
2002 “Poetics of Clay: An International Perspective”, Museum of Art & Design, Helsinki, Finland
“Joe Fafard: Deep Prairie”, Susan Whitney Gallery in cooperation with Lyons Wier Gallery, New York, NY
2001 “Poetics of Clay: An International Perspective”, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PN
1999 “Spring Show”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
1998 “The Figure Show”, Mira Godard Gallery, Toronto, ON
“Prairie Region Exhibition”, The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in conjunction with the McKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK
1997 “Prairie Region Exhibition”, The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in conjunction with the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, MB
1995 “Skultura”, Vieux Port de Montreal, QC
1994 Susan Whitney Gallery, Seattle Art Fair, Seattle, WA
Susan Whitney Gallery, Annual American Art Exhibition, San Francisco, CA
1993 “Auto Body Parts”, Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
Los Angeles International Art Fair, Los Angeles, CA
“Choice 93”, Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, AB
1992 Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
Los Angeles International Art Fair, Los Angeles, CA
Chicago International Art Forms Exposition, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL
“Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop Artists”, The Gallery Building, Regina, SK
1991 Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
Los Angeles International Art Fair, Los Angeles, CA
1990 Chicago International Art Forms Exposition, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL
Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
1989 Chicago International Art Forms Exposition, navy Pier, Chicago, IL
1988 San Francisco State University Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Chicago International Art Forms Exposition, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL
1987 University of the Pacific gallery, Stockton, CA
Galerie Barbara Silverberg Contemporary Ceramics, Montreal, PQ
1986 Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
“Human touch, A Touch of Fever”, Brussels, Belgium
Rosemont Art Gallery, Regina, SK
1985 Rosemont Art Gallery, Regina, SK
Susan Whitney Gallery, Regina, SK
Toronto Dominion Bank Tower, Toronto, ON
Legislature Building, Regina, SK
Chicago International Art Exposition, Chicago, IL
1984 Alberta College of Art Gallery, Calgary, AB
1983 Canada House, London, England
1982 London Regional Art College, London, ON
1981 Student Union Art Gallery, university of AB, Edmonton, AB
Candy Store Gallery, Folsom, CA
1980 Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina, Regina, SK
The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON
1979 University of Alberta Art Gallery and Museum, Edmonton, AB
The Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, AB
Glenbow-AB Institute, Calgary, AB
Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
Art gallery of Windsor, Windsor, ON
1978 Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK
Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK
The SK Arts Board’s Collection
1976 Glenbow-AB Institute, Calgary, AB
Dalhousie University Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia
1974 The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, BC
National Exhibition Center, Swift Current, SK
Escape 5, Montreal, QC
1973 ON Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, ON
The Sensible Cup International Exhibition, Kanazawa City, Japan
Peter Whyte Gallery, Banff, AB
Art Gallery of ON, Toronto, ON
New York Cultural Center, New York, NY
Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France
1972 Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
David Stuart Galleries, Los Angeles, CA
Agnes Etherington Art Center, Kingston, ON
ACA Gallery, Calgary, AB
1971 Mendel Art Galleries, Los Angeles, CA
Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK
Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Regina, SK
1970 Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, SK
Moose Jaw Art Gallery, Moose Jaw, SK
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, QC
Art Gallery of ON, Toronto, ON
1969 Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina, Regina, SK

Publications



2009 The Canadian Encyclopedia. “Joe Fafard” by Burnett, Marilyn. (Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers)
Mayes, Alison. “His Cows are Beau-Vines”. The Winnipeg Free Press. June 25, D2.
2008 “Joe Fafard’s Running Horses Sculpture Inspires Patrons’ $650,000 Gift to National Gallery of Canada Foundation” (NGC Press Releases, May 2)
Alfoldy, Sandra. “NeoCraft: Modernity and the Crafts”
2007 Heath, Terrence. “Joe Fafard”.
Bouchard, Gilbert. “Iconic Sculptor’s 30th”, Where, Nov/Dec, p. 23
Corbett, Linda. “Fafard: Field Horse” [video recording]. Produced in association with MacKenzie Art Gallery and Centre for Contemporary Canadian Art.
Robertson, Patricia. “Joe Fafard”. Galleries West, Fall/Winter, p. 38.
2006 Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan. “Joe Fafard” by Long, Timothy.
Greenberg, Clemens, de Waal and Dewald. ”Ceramic Millennium”, p.30.
Heath, Terrence. “Joe Fafard”, Exh. Cat. for Galerie Bellefeuille, 28 p.
Marck, Paul. “PCL: 100 years in the building”. Edmonton Journal, Friday, June 2, p. D1, D3
“Edmonton’s Public Art: Van Gogh in Bronze”, Where, Jul/Aug, p. 82.
2005 Alfoldy, Sandra. “Crafting Identity: The Development of Professional Fine Craft in Canada”.
Walker, Morley. “Singer Stomps on Sculptor’s Bronze Tribute”, Winnipeg Free Press, Dec. 3, C3.
Maclean, Mairi. “Bloomin’ Concrete: Retailers Brighten Locales With Civic Gifts Of Roses, Poppies And Hollyhocks”. Edmonton Journal, July 21
Munroe, Donna Rae, “Fafard Donates $800,000 Sculpture To University”, The Leader Post [Regina], June 22, B1
2004 Roukes, Nicholas. “Artful Jesters: Innovators of Visual Wit and Humor”.
“Say Neigh!” The Edmonton Sun, Dec. 24, 2004
“High Horse” Edmonton Journal, Dec. 24, D10
Milroy, Sarah. “Animal Magnetism”, The Globe & Mail, June 26, p.R5
“The Great Names: Joe Fafard”, culture.ca
“Joe Fafard: Shaping art” Montreal: Cinema 3180, 2004. [video recording]
2003 Belanger, Lorian (dir) “Sculpter les Origines” [video recording]
2002 Belanger, Lorian (dir) “Joe Fafard: L’homme Artiste” [video recording], with the Canadian Television Fund
Fafard, Joe. “Some Notes and Observations on V (Nov ‘01-Apr ’02, Boggy Creek Saskatchewan)”. Catalogue for Douglas Udell Gallery
MacLeod, Jennifer, “Joe Fafard’s Visceral Art”, Galleries West, Fall, p. 10.
Kellogg, Alan. “A Little Horse Named Val: Sculptor Joe Fafard Returns to the Barnyard for His Latest Bronzes”, Edmonton Journal, June 8, p. E1
Dlouhy, Brendon. “That’s A Lot of Bull!” Edmonton Sun, July 23, p.48
2001 Brigstocke, Hugh. “The Oxford Companion to Western Art”.
2000 Newlands, Anne. “Canadian Art: From Its Beginnings to 2000”.
Caughlin, Mark, “Joe Fafard: Well Known Artist Continues His Artistic Love Affair With The Cow And The Horse”. July 2000, p. 18-29
1997 Enright, Robert. “Figures of Mettle and Feats of Clay”, Border Crossings, v.16, n.1, Feb., p. 20-29
1996 “Joe Fafard: Les Annees de Bronze”, Musee des Beaux Arts de Montreal.
Ylitalo, Katherine, “Joe Fafard/Plus: New Works” Exh. Cat for Trepanier Baer Gallery, 4p.
1995 Rosshandler, Leo, “Skulptura Montreal 95”, Catalogue for Vieux-Port de Montreal, P. 36-37.
1990 Heath, Terrence. “The Accessible Innovator”, Border Crossing, v.9, n.3, July, p. 25-26
1988 “Artists in Canada”; National Gallery of Canada Library.
Enright, Robert. “Working in the Flatland: An Interview with Joe Fafard”, Border Crossings, vol.7, n.2, Jan., p. 10-20.
Tousley, Nancy, “Community Spirit”, Canadian Art, v.5 n.1 (Spr/Mar ’88), p. 56-61.
1987 Teitelbaum, Matthew and White, Peter. “Joe Fafard: Cows and other Luminaries, 1977-87”. Catalogue For Mendel Art Gallery. 59 p.
1986 Perry, Meta. “Fafard Casts His Own”, The Leader Post [Regina], Mar. 4 ’86. p.B13
Henker, Barbara. “How Now, Bronze Cow?” Alberta Report, v.13, n.10 (Feb. 24, ’86, p. 52-53)
1985 Borsa, Joan. “Joe Fafard”, Vanguard, v.14 n.1 (Feb. ’85), p.32
Fafard, Joe. “The Pasture: A Proposal to Bring Cows to Downtown Toronto”, Brick, n. 25 (Fall)
Heath, Terrence. “The Figure of Fafard”, Brick, n. 25 (Fall), p. 26-27
Mays, John Bentley. “Things are Looking Up for Public Art”, The Globe and Mail [Toronto], Nov. 23, D17
1983 Butula, Sharon. “Joe Fafard Sets Up His Own Exhibition”, The Regina Leader-Post, Feb.10, C4
Bringhurst, R.; James, G.; Keziere, R., and Shadbolt, D. “Visions: Contemporary Art in Canada”.
1982 Campbell, Anne. “Recent Work By Joe Fafard” The Regina Leader-Post Nov.12, ’82, A16
1981 Ball, Denise. “Joe Fafard: Home-Grown Celebrity In Culture Circles”. The Regina Leader-Post, Jan. 15, p.23.
1980 National Gallery of Canada, “Pluralities 1980” Catalogue
Fudge, Paul. “Twists, Surprises at Whitney Show”. The Regina Leader-Post., Nov. 21, p. 52
Gilchrist, Mary. “Fafard Gives Shape to Subject’s Spirit”. Western People. No. 39, Jan. 24, p.2-3
Mays, John Bentley. “NGC Show Doesn’t Merit The Barbs”, The Globe & Mail, Nov. 23, E11
1979 Mandel, Eli. “A Comprehensible World: The work of Cicansky, Thauberger, Yuristy and Fafard”, ArtsCanada, v.36, n.3 (Oct/Nov)
Harrison, May “Art for Life’s Sake” Chimo! V.2, n.3, (May, p. 23-26)
McConnathy, Dale. “Artist’s Image of Himself”, ArtsCanada, v.32, n.3 (Autumn, p. 50-54)
Russell, Nancy. “Famous Folks Visit Mendel.” The Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, Dec. 22, F16
1978 Jonson, Andrew. “The Down-To-Earth Art Of Joe Fafard”, Reader’s Digest. V.112, n.673, May 1, p. 169-74)
1977 Zwarun, Suzanne. “That Artist Fella”, Maclean’s v.90, n.15, 25 July, p. 22-28
1976 Caron, Louis. “Mon ami Joe Fafard et ses estranges sculptures.” La Presse, Feb. 7, ‘76
1975 Bodolai, Joe. “Masters of Naïve Art. Joe Fafard: One Man’s Private Prairie Album”. Saturday Night, vol 90, n.6, Nov, p.30-31
McConathy, Dale. “The Artist’s Image of Himself”, ArtsCanada, v.32, n.3, Fall, p. 50-54.
Heath, Terrence. “Pensive Turtle”. ArtsCanada, v.32, n.2 (Autumn), p. 74-75
Ursell, Geoffrey. “Joe Fafard.” Emerging Arts West, v.1, n.1, Oct, p. 30-35
1974 “Nugent Disappointed”, The Leader-Post [Regina], Feb. 15, p. 7
1973 McKennirey, Michael. “I Don’t Have to Work That Big” [video recording], National Film Board. ]
Heath, Terrence. “The Regina Ceramists.” ArtsCanada, v.30, n.2, May, p. 68.
Shuebrook, Ron. “Regina Funk”, Art and Artists, v.8, n.5., Aug, p.38-41
Fafard, Joe “A Souvenir Album of Joe Fafard’s Pensees”, Catalogue for Winnipeg Art Gallery. 16p.
Lowndes, Joan. “The Canadian Presence in Paris.” ArtsCanada, v.30, n.4, Oct., p.73-80
1972 Eberhard Otto (photographer) “Joe Fafard”, ArtsCanada, v.29, n. 2 (Spring)
1971 Zack, David. “Fafard: Critique deguise en artiste”, Vie des Arts, n.64, Fall, p. 42-45.
Zack, David. “Letter From Regina.” Craft Horizons. V.31, n.3, June, p. 62.
1970 McConnell, Clyde S. “Some Thoughts – Theoretical and Practical – On the Gifts Artists Make…”, ArtsCanada, v.27, n.6, Dec ‘70/Jan ’71, p.36-40.
McConnell, Clyde S. “Two Regina Artists: Fafard and Lambert-Kelly”, ArtsCanada, v.27, n.5, Oct/Nov, p.79-80.

Teaching

TEACHING

1975 -1976 Teaching Assistant, University of Alberta, Department of Art & Design
1976-1982 Sessional Lecturer, University of Alberta, Department of Art & Design.
1991 University of Alberta, Department of Art and Design, Spring Term (painting)

WORKSHOPS

1973 Michael Steiner Workshop, Edmonton Art Galle
1982 Triangle Artist's Workshop, Pine Plains, NY, Inaugural year
Participated in “Collaborations in Clay”, The Works, Edmonton, (Invitational)
1987 Guest of the City of Barcelona: Triangle Artist's Workshop, Barcelona, Spain, (Invitational workshop for international artists).
1990 Guest of the Triangle Artists Workshop, Pine Plains,Y
1990 Workshop Leader, Thurpelo Workshop, Johannesburg, South Africa,
(Invitational workshop that included artists from many African Countries, most of the artists were underprivileged).
1991 Mashomack Workshop, Pine Plains, NY (International, invitational).
1996 Workshop Leader, Thupelo Workshop, Cape Town, South Africa (Invitational workshop)
2014 Guest at Invitational International Workshop, Medana, Slovenie. Received a Cultural Relations Project Grant through Alberta Foundation for the Arts (Travel) to attend this workshop.

RESIDENCY PROGRAMS

Sept. - Oct., 1994 Hardingham Sculpture Workshop, International Artists' Residency Program,
England
Oct.15 - Nov. 15, 1994 La Rectoria St. Pedro de Villamajor Valles, Oriental, Barcelona, Spain

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