Lois Klassen is a Vancouver-based artist and writer whose collaborative and participatory works have appeared galleries, museums and schools in Canada and abroad. Her texts have explored the impact of performance art on street audiences, the relevance of art coming out of “nowhere,” and the declarations of current feminist practices. Lois Klassen holds a Master of Applied Art degree from Emily Carr University in Vancouver, Canada, a Diploma in Art History from University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, textile arts training from Capilano University in North Vancouver, Canada, and a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation in Occupational Therapy from the University of Manitoba. She is currently a Cultural Studies PhD student at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada.
Immigration / Emigration 2015/2016
Vancouver, BC Canada